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  • OMHAKEN is the Ontario Mental Health and Addictions Knowledge Exchange Network.

  • TotallyADD.com is the accompanying website to the documentary "ADD and Loving it". ADD & Loving It?! is a refreshing, witty and inspiring documentary about adult Attention Deficit Disorder.

  • LES PROJETS PART 
    Since 1987, we have worked to support the social and professional rehabilitation of people with  mental health issues. In all, more than 800 have worked with us, that is to say by continuing their secondary studies within a framework adapted to their difficulties or by learning the rudiments from the kitchen.

  • Psychiatric Patient Advocate Office (PPAO)

  • Mental Health Commission of Canada
    People living with mental illness have the right to obtain the services and supports they need. They have the right to be treated with the same dignity and respect as we accord everyone struggling to recover from any form of illness. The goal of the Mental Health Commission of Canada is to help bring into being an integrated mental health system that places people living with mental illness at its centre.  

  • Mood Disorders Society of Canada

  • Mood Disorders Association Medicine Hat  

  • Improving Mental Health Services Through Informed Choice: A Bottom-Up Approach to Changing Provider Behaviour
    We have a vision for educating the public about mental health and mental illness, using an ‘edutainment’ (combination of education and entertainment) approach. Our objective is to promote mental health and recovery through informed consumer choice, and the adherence to best practices in treatment guidelines. Our hope is to help consumers to meet their provider’s part way in exchanging information that is evidence-based, and in a language that is easy to understand. We have developed a series of multimedia resources, including audio segments, consumer-friendly treatment guidelines, podcasts and vodcasts, to help educate consumers about mental health, mental illness, and treatment options. Please visit our website to register for an upcoming FREE teleseminar, where you will learn more about these exciting resources, and how they can help you in your search for mental health!  

  • APURQUEBEC  

  • The Icarus Project
    A non-profit community based website, support network, and underground media project created by and for people struggling with bipolar disorder and other dangerous gifts that are commonly labeled as mental illnesses. We believe that when we learn to take care of ourselves, the intertwined threads of madness and creativity can be tools of inspiration and hope in a repressed and damaged world. Our goal is to help people like ourselves feel less alienated, and to allow us—both as individuals and as a community—to tap into the true potential that lies between brilliance and madness.  

  • Mind Your Mind
    A non-profit award winning web site funded in part by the Government of Canada. MYM is dedicated to providing the necessary info, resources and skills to inspire youth to reach out, get help for themselves or give help to their friends who may be coping with stress, mental health issues, self-harming behaviours or suicide. MYM is committed to reducing the stigma often associated with reaching out for help.  

  • Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Initiative
    As twelve national organizations with a mutual interest in the mental health and well-being of Canadians, the Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Initiative are working together to enhance the relationship and improve collaboration among health care providers, consumers, families and caregivers; and to improve consumer access to prevention, health promotion, treatment/ intervention and rehabilitation services in primary health care settings.  

  • Canada Health Portal - Mental Health
    Offers information on mental health such as mood disorders, schizophrenia, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, eating disorders, and suicidal behaviour including incidence, prevention and treatment.  

  • The Chicago Consortium for Stigma Research (CCSR)
    The CCSR comprises a multi-disciplinary group of experts who are on faculty at the Evanston Northwestern Healthcare, Northwestern University, University of Illinois, Loyola University, Northern Illinois University, and the National Opinion Research Center.  

  • The National Network for Mental Health
    The National Network for Mental Health exists to advocate, educate, and provide expertise and resources for the increased health and well-being of the Canadian mental health consumer/survivor community.