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CAMH well represented on Bell Let’s Talk Day 2018

This year’s roster of lived experience storytellers and ambassadors for Bell Let’s Talk Day has a distinctly CAMH flavor to it.
  An even dozen of them have a direct connection to CAMH in one form or another.

ight of them were among the 150 Canadians named as Difference Makers in the CAMH Foundation’s celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday.

Two others are former CAMH Transforming Lives award winners, one founded the Clarke Institute Foundation that ultimately led to the creation of the CAMH Foundation, and the other is a category unto himself, CAMH Senior Medical Advisor and Officer of the Order of Canada Dr. David Goldbloom.


Here is the full list of all the CAMH-connected men and women who are raising their voice for Bell Let’s Talk Day 2018, with links to their bios:


Thank you all for raising your voice for this worthwhile cause.  Now it’s your turn, Canada.  Text, post, tell your friends and family to do the same.  Repeat.


Together we can help reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness, and let the millions of Canadians who cope with it know that they are not alone.​

Published on January 30, 2018

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