General Dallaire spoke candidly to the audience about his battle with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder as a direct result of his mission in Rwanda. He underlined about how difficult it can be to diagnose and accept a mental illness.
The Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia is very pleased to announce Let’s Keep Talking with Lieutenant-General, the Honourable Roméo Dallaire on May 3 at the Spatz Theatre in Halifax during Mental Health Week.
The 2017 JSMT Community Grant has been awarded to Friends Gathering (Connections Sackville); a community-based group for people who have severe and persistent mental illness.
The annual Pictou County Community Grant has been awarded to Music Makes Connections (Maritime Odd Fellows Home) and The Bright Smiles Project (Pictou County Mental Illness Family Support Association.)
Hosted by Mayor (Sherriff) Mike Savage, the Nashville-themed show drew a sold out crowd of over 500 guests to the World Trade & Convention Centre in Halifax.
This year’s fundraising event will take guests all the way down to Nashville to showcase some of country music’s finest.
The Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia is pleased to announce it is now accepting applications for its 2017-2018 Community Grants, Named Grants and Nova Scotia Health Authority Mental Health & Addictions, Central Zone (NSMHA) Grants.
Bell Let’s Talk Day 2017 is Wednesday, January 25 and Canada’s groundbreaking mental health initiative will offer new ways for Canadians everywhere to get engaged and drive Bell’s funding of mental health care, research, anti-stigma and workplace initiatives across Canada.