There are many ways to support people with addiction. Creating effective policies,
healthcare initiatives and workplace support, and supporting family members are all ways we can
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We welcome the appointment of @Carolyn_Bennett as Minister of Mental Health and Addictions and hope that this brings a much-needed focus to mental health and addiction care in Canada, because investing in the mental health of Canadians is a crucial part of the health care system.
Today marks Global Peer Support Celebration Day. We would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all the peer support workers and celebrate the impact you have on your communities. We see you and we are proud of you!
Wayside House recognizes Adrienne Spafford for her amazing leadership and dedication to the addiction and mental health sector of Ontario. An amazing person who deserves nothing but the very best. We thank her for all she has done.@celliottability@MichaelTibollo@AMHOnt
This World Mental Health Day, we recognize the need to raise awareness of mental health and addiction challenges not only in Ontario but around the world, and mobilize our efforts to support all those who need it. #WMHD2021
October 3-October 9 is #MentalIllnessAwarenessWeek. It’s crucial to remember that millions of Canadians are struggling with their mental health, and wait times remain too long. Let’s work together to serve people with mental illness. #MIAW
(2/2) This day provides an opportunity for a day of quiet reflection or participation in a community event. We take this time to honour all the children who survived residential schools, as well as honour and recognize those who did not return.
(1/2) Tomorrow marks the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada. At AMHO, we are dedicated to advancing reconciliation, equity, diversity, inclusion, anti-racism and anti-oppression and strive to lead by example.