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Welcome to our June edition. This month, we’re endeavouring to keep the conversation alive - that is, in support of Mental Health Awareness.
My desire to focus on this topic was inspired by two recent conversations. One that I had with Jennifer Hartley who works for James Maloney, MP for Etobicoke-Lakeshore. The other was with Brad Jones, Funeral Director at Ridley Funeral Home.
After watching James Maloney’s Mental Health discussion on Facebook Live, I wanted to do more. More to shine a light on mental health in general and more to draw attention to youth mental health.
I’m not a professional anything, let alone a psychologist or social worker. I just think we should keep talking about mental health on an ongoing basis until it becomes as common as talking about our physical health.
So, together, let’s Keep The Conversation Alive.
Publisher, Etobicoke Lakeshore Press
Because we believe that Mental Health Awareness should be an ongoing initiative.
Hear from youth mental health advocate Jacob Hartley, the Hon. Michael Wilson and James Maloney, MP for Etobicoke-Lakeshore on youth mental health. Produced by MLSE Foundation.