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Bell Let's Talk Day 2016


The Power of Talk



Mental Health Through the Lifespan

January 6, 2016 - On Wednesday, January 27, Canadians everywhere will talk, text, tweet and share as part of Bell Canada’s annual Bell Let’s Talk Day initiative. The purpose: to fight stigma surrounding mental illness and raise funds for mental health in Canada. 

As a leader in the field of mental health, CAMH is proud to support Bell’s efforts to raise both awareness and funds in support of such an important cause.

This page is home to stories and resources that highlight some of the CAMH initiatives surrounding Bell Let’s Talk Day. This year, our theme is Mental Health through the Lifespan, as we recognize the importance of mental health in every stage of life.

Child & Youth Mental Health

Mental Health in the Workplace

Mental Health in Older Age


 Let's Talk...


Continue the discussion about mental illness in Canada. At CAMH, we Care, Build, Learn, and Discover - to Transform Lives.


- Building Resilience
- The Art of Letting Go: My Battle with Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Raising Awareness about Autism: Some tips for clinicians
- Youth Mental Health & Spirituality
- A Primer on Cross-Cultural Issues in Mental Health
- Evidence Based Treatment of Depression


- A New Paradigm for Stigma
- Can Improved Awareness Break Through the Stigma
- Raising the Voices of South Asians in the Mental Health Community
- If You Ask Me (#IYAM)
- Strong Medicine – the Psychiatrist of Tomorrow
- Housing is a mental health issue


- Refugee Mental Health: Supporting Transitions
- CAMH Education introduces Thought Spot: the app
- A Selection of Resources on Stigma and Youth
- Get the Info: Drug Use in Sports
- Reflecting on a CAMH Education Field Placement
- Portico Network officially launches at CAMH



 Sharable Content

We've prepared some sharable images so you can let your friends know that you're supporting mental health initiatives during Bell Let's Talk Day.

Facebook Cover Photos
(Right click the image you want to download and 'Save As'. Then log in to Facebook and change your cover photo.)
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 Social Media

Don't forget to follow us online to continue the conversation around mental health and addiction.

Official CAMH Twitter Accounts

CAMH CAMH Education
​CAMH Research
CAMH Foundation
Evidence Exchange Network
​National Youth Advisory Committee ​Service Collaboratives Ontario
​Problem Gambling Institute



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 Related Links


 CAMH in the Media



- Canada AM:
Dr. David Goldbloom

Dr. Donna Ferguson 

- BNN:
Dr. Katy Kamkar

Dr. Catherine Zahn  

- CTV News Channel: Dr. David Goldbloom

- CP24:
Dr. David Goldbloom
Dr. Katy Kamkar 

- CTV Toronto: Cassandra Arthur (Part of CTV Toronto dinner broadcast with Pauline Chan)

- The Social:
Dr. Susan MacKenzie

- TVO The Agenda:
Dr. David Goldbloom



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