OPSEU Diablogue: Action: Lives of four busloads of Canadian youth at stake in Federal budget

The change in fortune for the federal government is making Jeff Moat very nervous. The CEO of Partners for Mental Health, Moat has been lobbying federal MPs to support a five-year $100 million project to pilot a youth suicide prevention … Continue reading →

OPSEU Diablogue: Seeking Solutions: June mental health meeting to take 360 degree look at violence and workplace safety

OPSEU’s Mental Health Division is bringing together experts from across the province to take a 360 degree look at the issue of violence and workplace safety. Scheduled for June 17-18 in Toronto, this two-day event is intended to start a … Continue reading →

OPSEU Diablogue: Campaign calls for federal $100 million suicide prevention fund

Partners for Mental Health have launched a new campaign to get the help that Canadian youth need. Called “The Right By You” campaign, the advocacy group is asking Canadians to speak out, urging provincial governments to cover mental health care … Continue reading →

OPSEU Diablogue: Campaign: It’s time we challenged our employers to talk about mental illness

Partners for Mental Health are blunt. They call it the cost of doing nothing. That’s the cost of employers failing to address mental illness in the workplace. P4MH has all the data. 500,000 Canadians will miss work today due to … Continue reading →