Bell Let's Talk Day activities held at Cornwall Community Hospital

Pearl Mccarthy
February 2, 2019

"Safewards is an evidence-based best practice model of care with over 20 years of research behind it".

The results were encouraging as the issue seemed to strike a chord with millions of Canadians and celebrities, who opened up and shared personal struggles and support to others.

The Bell Let's Talk Community Fund provides grants from $5,000 to $25,000 to projects that improves mental health care access.

Safewards gives staff and caregivers a set of tools that help reduce conflict, develop relationships, and focus on helping the patient heal, in a safe and peaceful environment.

Aulenback said during the week leading up to Bell Let's Talk Day mental health and well-being events are hosted across campus, including the second annual Bell Let's Talk Mental Wellness Fair, which will take place on january 30 at the University Centre.

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The Canadian Olympic Committee is also trying to shed some light on the topic as they have created a short documentary on Olympic diver Francois Imbeau-Dulac and his battle with mental health as well as a write-up on Olympic soccer player Stephane Labbe.

Paige Hutchinson, from the Student Success Centre, hands a toque to Kristy Marshall, along with fellow education students Stephanie Nicholl and Aaron Jang, as they stopped to write messages of encouragement Wednesday as part of Bell Lets Talk Day at the University of Lethbridge.

The annual "Bell Let's Talk" campaign started in 2010 with an effort by Bell, a Canadian phone company, to spread mental health awareness.

Today is Bell Lets Talk Day, a day to discuss mental health issues of all manner. We are here for you when you need us. They're so much more than that.

It's Bell Let's Talk Day 2019 and you're invited to talk, text and get engaged in the conversation on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat all day long to help fight the stigma, call for action and drive Bell's donations to mental health at no cost to you. All over Twitter, Devils players and the organization were sure to promote the hashtag #BellLetsTalk in support of ending the stigma surrounding mental illness. "That's the other side of the conversation, just having a listening ear, being supportive and non-judgemental".

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