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Advancing Mental Wellness

Opening Minds, a division of the Mental Health Commission of Canada, is the leading provider of evidence-based mental health training programs and stigma reduction initiatives across Canada.

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Trusted by these leading organizations

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“Employees often let us know how much they appreciate that we offer this type of training.”

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“The results were very telling – the reduction in stigma, the reduction in concern about having a conversation, and the increase in interest and knowledge around self-care.”

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“It’s rare to see a training program that has such positive feedback.”

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“MHFA training and certification is quickly becoming an integral part of our industry’s health and safety rigor.”

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“We are excited to support schools in ensuring students have access to mental health resources.”

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“Since the completion of the training, we are now seeing our units being more proactive in initiating discussions and understanding what community resources are available to further support our co-workers.”

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“All of the feedback that we’ve gotten from those trained in MHFA was excellent. They’re always saying that it’s the best training they’ve ever received.”

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“I have to tell you, The Working Mind training was one of the best sessions I’ve attended in my 3+ years at WestJet.”

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“Leadership was extremely receptive and supportive of the training from the get-go.”

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“[It was helpful to be able] to concentrate on the subject and be reminded of constructive approaches to mental health.”

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“The level of staff interest and the impact the training has had on shifting our workplace culture is truly remarkable.”

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“I found that the workshop helped me to see my own illness in a different light.”

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“Received immediate buy-in from staff, faculty and students across campus when it came time to deliver the training.”

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“I have already started to implement the strategies and methods into my daily routine.”

Wellness matters for...

During her visit, the mid adult home health nurse and the senior adult woman with cancer embrace and laugh together. | Au cours de sa visite, l'infirmière de soins à domicile d'âge moyen et la femme âgée atteinte d'un cancer s'embrassent et rient ensemble.
Healthcare

Providing workers in the healthcare industry with the tools to promote mental health in the workplace while also reducing the stigma of mental illness.

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First Responders

Promote mental health and reduce the stigma of mental illness in a first-responder setting.

Cheerful Navajo young woman wearing traditional jewerly | Joyeuse jeune femme Navajo portant des bijoux traditionnels
First Nations

Awaken the courage to have open and honest conversations about mental health.

A multi-ethnic group of students sits in a lecture hall listening to their professor off-screen. They are taking notes with the focus being on a female of Indian descent wearing a hijab. | Un groupe multiethnique d'étudiants est assis dans une salle de conférence et écoute son professeur hors écran. Ils prennent des notes, l'accent étant mis sur une femme d'origine indienne portant un hijab.
Post-Secondary

Foster a supportive campus community. 

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Older Adults

Talk to them about their mental well-being.

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Sports

Address and promote mental health amongst athletes and coaches.

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The National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA), in collaboration with Opening Minds, the training division of the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC), recently announced the official launch of the
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Each November, the Movember campaign seeks to raise awareness and improve mental and physical health outcomes for men around the world. Some show their support with symbolic…

We are excited to share that Liz Horvath from Opening Minds team will be delivering the keynote address at the Alberta Construction Safety Association Conference in Calgary…

By Nicole Chevrier How do I tell my work I need time off for mental health? How do you tell your boss you’re struggling mentally?…

The Canadian Dental Association is pleased to announce our collaboration with the Mental Health Commission of Canada in launching a promotional package to promote the course, The Working Mind: Workplace Mental Health
New data being released for Mental Health Week sheds light on the persistent stigma faced by people in Canada who identified living with a mental health or substance use disorder.

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