News for Mental Health
A mother whose daughter was a victim of human trafficking offers advice for parents on how to protect kids.
‘My name is Karly’: Sex trafficking victim joins police on front lines in battle against exploitation
Karly Church is a human trafficking survivor who works in collaboration with the Durham Regional Police Service Human Trafficking Unit, going with them on operations to help council and support people trapped in the sex trade.
York Regional police constable wants to help first responders deal with PTSD, addiction, anxiety, depression
When Michelle Vincent received a call three years ago from a paramedic who had been on long-term disability and was contemplating suicide, she was at a loss.
“If you say those four letters — PTSD — your career is over.”
Peterborough-Kawartha MPP Dave Smith has announced more than $770,000 for mental health and addictions services for the riding.
For most of his life, Adam Pitre says he hid behind a mask, too afraid and ashamed to tell people he suffered from mental illness but in 2015, things took a very dark turn.
‘Mark Adams Day’: Home Hardware employee with Down syndrome celebrated on 25th anniversary
A new walk-in mental-health clinic for children and teens is planned for Peterborough this spring after a 10-year surge in young people arriving at the local emergency room in crisis.
NHH is making some changes to its current counselling program to increase real-time access to counselling in our community.
Michigan worker’s email exchange goes viral, brings attention to the importance of mental health in the workplace
Our Proud Partners
Please support “Our Proud Partners” by visiting their websites and patronizing their business.