Posted on Nov 4, 2019

September has come and gone and it’s time for our monthly update. To start, I wanted to reflect on our progress. As of October 1st we have:

  • Engaged 47 youth in 3 provinces and 1 territory 
  • Encouraged and supported the youth in gaining 803 hours of volunteer service
  • Supported youth in securing $6500 of funding through the #RisingYouth grant
  • Co-created 7 community-specific resources to support

Posted on Sep 18, 2019

We can’t believe the summer is finally winding down, it has been a whirlwind at the mindyourmind office! We’re currently finishing up with our Windsor group, and are looking forward to putting the final touches on their mental health workbook, Border Town, and planning their launch event. If you haven’t yet, check out the quiz, (How’s It Growing) which is now also available in French and Arabic

Posted on Aug 6, 2019

This month we want to feature our most recent partner, the Mental Health Outreach workers through the Nunavut Department of Health. These workers connect with individuals and families throughout the community in order to promote cultural traditions and knowledge, enhance mental wellbeing, and connect people with appropriate services. These outreach workers were incredibly helpful during our stay,

Posted on Jul 19, 2019

This month we want to feature our third partner, Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare (HDGH). HDGH is based out of Windsor, Ontario. We worked with the team from the Regional Children’s Centre, which offers crisis services, walk in counselling, outpatient counselling and therapy, assessment and consultation, day treatment, residential treatment and in home treatment. The Centre also runs a youth council, Y

Posted on Jul 10, 2019

This month we would like to highlight two more of our amazing partners! We want to highlight the work of the HeartWood Centre for Community Youth Development and Laing House, both of Halifax, NS. We had our final webinar with the Halifax group and our work is complete, as a result we thought this would be a great time to send them a giant THANK YOU!

The HeartWood Centre for Community Youth