Show support or share ideas
Become part of the change. Share the Strategy with your organization or workplace. Share your ideas with the MHCC and with other Canadians by submitting your thoughts. Tell others what you have done, or are doing to improve your mental health or the mental health of others.
Join Partners for Mental Health
Become part of a movement dedicated to getting the message out – and help improve the lives of people living with mental health problems and illnesses and their families, in Canada.
Take a course in mental health first aid
Find out what to do if you encounter a friend, a family member or stranger who is experiencing a mental health problem or crisis. Or choose to become an instructor in Mental Health First Aid, and help others to learn.
MHCC breaks world record at Stigma Conference
At the largest conference of its kind ever held in the world, more than 670 people from 29 countries gathered in Ottawa in June to confront the stigma related to mental health problems and illnesses. Researchers, mental health professionals, policy makers and people with lived experience shared knowledge, best practices and personal stories at the international event. Co-hosted by the MHCC on June 4-6, hundreds of presentations and perspectives were shared in an effort to eliminate stigma. To view photos, videos and presentations from the conference, visit http://togetheragainststigma2012.ca/index.php/omas/tas12.
Visit the MHCC Facebook page
Become part of the discussion and post your thoughts. At the same time, find out what others think about the new Mental Health Strategy for Canada or learn what others are doing to create change.
Connect with the MHCC on Twitter
Let us know that you care about mental health in Canada. Send us a message and tell us what you’re going to do to improve mental health care in this country.
Watch MHCC videos on Youtube
Listen to Canadians talk openly about their journeys related to a mental health problem or illness. Learn about their challenges and their advice as they head down the road towards recovery.