Hosted by the Tema Conter Memorial Trust, Common Threads is an educational day focusing on the latest research, trends and innovation dealing with acute and cumulative Post Traumatic Stress and compassion fatigue experienced within emergency services and military organizations.
The Schizophrenia Society of Nova Scotia's 9th Annual Road to Recovery Walk will take place Saturday, April 29th at the Halifax Commons Pavilion.
A variety show like no other! This Foundation signature fundraiser is always a delight for the audience and performers alike.
Eating Disorders Awareness Week is a nationally recognized week designed to raise awareness of eating disorders. In Canada, it is held during the first full week in February. Eating disorders are serious, complex mental illnesses that can impact anyone.
With support and treatment, full recovery is possible.
The Mental Health For All Coffee House winter series continues! This event features live musical entertainment, refreshments and more! Free admission and all welcome!
Taylor Olsen (Co-Creator of Red Fish) is back on stage with Heavy; a drama about one father's struggle with body shaming, self loathing, eating disorders, and parenting on the journey to self love, body positivity and becoming a superhero dad.
Written and performed by Taylor Olson
We've started a conversation about mental health. Now, let’s take it one step further. Let’s work together to help increase awareness, reduce stigma, and change behaviours and attitudes about mental health issues. Let’s talk about what matters most.
For a list of organizations that may be of support to you, please visit: http://letstalk.bell.ca/en/get-help.
Does someone close to you live with a mental health problem or illness?
Education, Support, & Coping Strategies for Families and Friends. To register call Brad Rowe at Healthy Minds Cooperative, (902) 404-3504 x 201 or email: email@example.com
Kick off Mental Illness Awareness Week: Join the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia and our wonderful team of volunteers to help spread awareness about mental illness, and show support!
On Saturday September 24th 2016, humans and hounds alike will hit the trails of Uniacke Estate Museum Park in support of first responders with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in need of service dogs.
Presented by Muddy Paws Adventures and The Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia, Trails N’ Tails is a 60 minute nature hike through some of Hants County’s most picturesque trails. Participants have the option to make a donation or collect pledges with all proceeds going directly to the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia’s First Responder PTSD Service Dog Initiative.
The Northwood Foundation launched its “Brake the Stigma Car Raffle” recently to raise money to support Northwood’s mental health initiatives. Purchase your raffle tickets now! You could win a 2016 Honda Civic SE! A percentage of proceeds will also support the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia.
Join the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia as we look back on successes of 2015-2016, and forward to the 2016-2017 year!