Knowledge is power

The Canadian Mental Health Association

"Founded more than 100 years ago and located in more than 330 communities across Canada, the Canadian Mental Health Association has a crucial mission, advocating and providing resources for the 1 in 5 people in Canada who have a mental illness, and for all 5 in 5 of us who have mental health. Thank you for helping us provide tailored programs, services, and supports that help all Canadians thrive."

Smiles Thru Lindsey

"In September of 2015, Lindsey took her own life.

During Lindsey’s lifetime, she told her father that she wanted to start a foundation that would raise money to help children, teens and young adults who are fighting mental illness but do not have the financial support required to get the proper help needed.

Her family is committed to making her dream a reality.

Just weeks after losing Lindsey, the More’s made a promise to help others in Lindsey’s name. With the help of their family and community, they developed the Smiles Thru Lindsey Foundation. The Foundation is committed to providing mental health supports and proactive, early intervention for youth in Red Deer.

Mental Health Commission of Canada

"The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) leads the development and dissemination of innovative programs and tools to support the mental health and wellness of Canadians. Through its unique mandate from the Government of Canada, the MHCC supports federal, provincial, and territorial governments as well as organizations in the implementation of sound public policy."

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

"The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is Canada's largest mental health teaching hospital and one of the world's leading research centres in its field. CAMH is fully affiliated with the University of Toronto and is a Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization Collaborating Centre."

Crisis Services Canada

"Crisis Services Canada (CSC) evolved out of the Canadian Distress Line Network (CDLN) – a national network of existing distress, crisis and suicide prevention line services that has been engaging members since 2002. We all share a commitment to operating best practices in suicide practices, methods and a common set of core values to ensure we help those in need.CSC members have decades of experience in providing distress and suicide prevention support to people all ages in need across Canada."