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Myths About Mental Illness | Canadian Mental Health Association

Myths About Mental Illness | Canadian Mental Health Association | Mental Illness | Scoop.it
Studies indicate that in any given year, one in every five Canadian adults under age 65 will have a mental health problem.
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VIDEO: Understand Your Child's Mental Illness Through The Experience of Others: mi4u.org

VIDEO: Understand Your Child's Mental Illness Through The Experience of Others: mi4u.org | Mental Illness | Scoop.it

VIDEO: Understand Your Child's Mental Illness Through The Experience of Others http://t.co/JkcyXrnzpt #schizophrenia #children #mentalHealth

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Sometimes something difficult for us to process personally becomes easier when we see it through the prism of another person's experience... this video is one of those cases.

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CBAFoundation Inc Twitter | CBAFoundation Inc Trending

CBAFoundation Inc Twitter | CBAFoundation Inc Trending | Mental Illness | Scoop.it


Discover CBAFoundation Inc (@CBAFAdvocacy

View the most popular tweets from CBAF in a categorized, searchable magazine format. Select any topic to see real-time trends and top Tweets for virtually any subject worth summarizing...


Trending Topics :

  • Mental health stigmas
  • Mental illness discrimination
  • Mental health recovery
  • Mental health statistics
  • Mental health and more


Also visit CBAF's Mental Illness for You (mi4u) Blog

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So What Is the Cynthia Breen Advocacy Foundation?


The Cynthia Breen Advocacy Foundation [CBAF] is dedicated to eliminating barriers for those affected by mental illness and broadening opportunities that enable them to lead full, active and independent lives. w


We advocate strong, consistent and individualized programs to support and manage their mental health conditions in an efficient, measurable and proactive system that values each person's progress toward self-reliance and stability in housing, income, health care access & long-term engagement with a single entity and providers who know and understand their needs.


CBAF is committed to eliminating the stigmas surrounding mental illness as an essential and fundamental initiative in the near- and long-term plans for our mission.


Learn more at our Google+ Community...

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