By Nicole Chevrier
If you or someone you care about has ever been touched by mental health concerns, you know how much mental health and recovery matter. If you have ever asked yourself, “What more can I do?” this could be the right time to get involved in making a positive impact. Join us in our mission to create a better tomorrow for all Canadians. The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) is a non-profit organization created to focus national attention on mental health issues and to work to improve the health and social outcomes of people living with mental illness.
Be a part of the solution and join our council, The Hallway Group, which advises the MHCC on its work and priorities. You can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental illnesses or mental health issues.
The Hallway Group is a safe space made up of a diverse group of individuals with lived and living experience with mental illness, aged 30+, joining from across Canada and representing a range of identities, cultures, and communities. MHCC recognizes the value of the knowledge and contributions of people with lived and living experience of mental illness and recovery.
Together, we can create a society that is supportive, inclusive, and understanding of mental health challenges. Learn more about this opportunity to get involved in shaping the future of mental health in Canada.
Nicole Chevrier is Marketing and Communications Manager with the Mental Health Commission of Canada. Mental health is one of her passions.
Nicole is an avid writer and photographer. A first-time author, she recently published her first children’s book to help children who are experiencing bullying.
When she isn’t at her desk, Nicole loves to spend her time doing yoga and meditation, ballroom dancing, hiking, and celebrating nature with photography. She is a collector of sunset moments.