mental health

A new report on the mental health of Canadian workers suggests loneliness is worse for many people than the fear of dying from COVID-19. A person stands under an umbrella while looking out at English Bay as heavy rain falls, in Vancouver, B.C., Sunday, Oct. 11, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

Loneliness taking toll on Canadian mental health in COVID era, study finds

Morneau Shepell’s overall mental health index for September was down 10.2 points from its pre-2020 benchmark

 

Ottawa giving $82.5M for Indigenous mental health support during COVID-19

New federal funding will support access to additional services

 

Young Canadians, hospitality workers bear the brunt of mental strain in 2020: report

A study by Morneau Shepell points to economic uncertainty in the pandemic as the cause for angst

 

Area teen crowned Miss Teenage Central Alberta

Sophia Lia, 15, earned the crown in her first pageant and is spreading the message of mental health

Pandemic threatens to deepen crisis in mental health care

Pandemic threatens to deepen crisis in mental health care

Troops urged to seek help as use of mental-health services hits ‘all-time low’

It’s not clear why troops are no longer calling the military’s help lines

60% of Canadian workers would take a pay cut for better mental health support: survey

Survey found 77% of workers would leave for better wellness initiatives

‘Project All In’ sees support in Ponoka

The mental health advocacy project is about first responders mental health support

Schools focus on prevention measures for mental health

Hands of Mother Teresa and Bethany Buddies are two programs intended to support well being