The Memorial Fund provides financial assistance to people with mental illness or their family members for education, physical fitness, recreational or artistic pursuits that will improve the quality of their […]
“Compassion follows understanding. It is therefore incumbent on us to understand as best we can. The burden of disease will then become lighter for all.”- Dr. E. Fuller Torrey Partnership Presentations […]
The MHRP Resource Room has a collection of books and DVDs on mental illness and related subjects. Materials are organized by subject, including: first person accounts help for families recovery […]
Various phone, online, local, provincial and federal mental health resources, support groups, and agencies. This list is by no means exhaustive. Online and Phone Resources Phone Resources Suicide Support Helpline1-800-SUICIDE […]
Mental health is just as important as physical health. Despite the stigmas surrounding mental illness, it is crucial to remember that mental health issues do not mean someone is weak, ‘crazy’, or bad. In the same way that a broken leg doesn’t make someone a bad person, neither does having a mental illness. Like a broken leg, mental illnesses are treatable and can be managed. You are not alone, and you are still you.
This resource page contains information on several mental illnesses, as well as online educational and informational links and videos.