BLACK MENTAL HEALTH PROMOTION TOOLKIT IS LIVE

SELECT ONE OF TWO WAYS TO PARTICIPATE

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“Towards Positive Change to Promote the Mental Health and Wellbeing of Black Canadians” is a federally funded project which has been offering orientation sessions to Black-Led organizations from January 30, 2021, to March 14th, 2021 as part of an approved research study.

We are planning a follow-up survey on June 30th, 2021 with participating organizations.

A Toolkit was developed to help educate and promote the awareness of Black Mental Health. Click the button below to access to the Toolkit.

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Virtual Zoom Group Learning Sessions

 Access to our Virtual Zoom Group Learning Sessions will bring together researchers, students, representatives from community organizations, health, and social agencies, and government.

Please provide your contact information below if you would like to join the sessions, after which you will automatically receive a zoom link. They are free and all are welcome.

Join us online starting April 6th, 2021 at any of these times: 

Mondays – Friday, 6:30 PM- 8:30 PM

Saturdays and Sundays, 2:00 PM – 4: 00 PM and 7:00-9:00 PM

There will be:
Streamed presentations of each section of the Toolkit followed by discussion for virtual attendees. A chance to share with others in open chat sessions what your organization’s website offers, what you need support in accomplishing goals related to mental health promotion, and what is new in mental health awareness in your organizations.

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OUR MISSION

To Develop A Mental Health Toolkit For Black Canadians

FACTS & NUMBERS OF MENTAL ILLNESS

CONTACT US

We welcome all questions, comments, and feedback.

(204) 202-7197

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