If you are in distress, you can call or text 988 at any time. If it is an emergency, call 9-1-1 or go to your local emergency department.

Fateema Sayani

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Best of The Catalyst 2023

Top reads worth revisiting from the Mental Health Commission of Canada’s magazine.
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Mental Health For The Holidays

When we speak openly about challenges, illnesses, problems, and wellness, we recognize that mental health is part of our overall health. Such conversations can be ...
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988 Launches in Canada

The easy-to-remember three-digit number for suicide crises means that people in need of immediate support can call or text for help.
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Breaking Stigmas, Saving Lives

Exploring the impact, resources, and strategies for suicide prevention
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Sharing is Caring — and Unsparing

Sharing your story — about achievements, traumas, truths, and wheel busters — can reinforce feelings of resilience or remorse. Finding the balance between advocating for ...
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The Dread in Your Head

It’s also around you: storms, fires, catastrophe — the intersections between climate and mental health — and what you can do about it.
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CBT For You and For Me

A suite of culturally adapted cognitive behavioural therapy tools is designed to break through barriers.
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Getting to the Heart of the Matter

Dil Ba Dil (heart to heart) is one of several support programs for newcomers. It is part of ABRAR Trauma and Mental Health’s approach to ...
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Turn a Great Idea into Action

Are you having a lightbulb moment? The SPARK Knowledge Translation Program charts a path for those with an idea to improve research and practice around ...
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