Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences (Ontario Shores) has established an online presence on social media sites including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn. Participating in social media expands our ability to:
- Increase awareness of our programs and services
- Promote our events
- Reduce the stigma associated with mental illness
- Engage in dialogue
- Reach a wider community than possible using traditional media.
- Share industry news
We invite you to connect with us through one of our social media outlets.
Like us on Facebook
Facebook, is a social networking site where users connect with individuals or organizations that share a common interest. Ontario Shores posts regular updates on our Facebook page such as news about Ontario Shores, information about our programs and services, research and education initiatives, awareness events as well as general articles about mental health.
» Visit our Facebook Page
Follow us on Twitter
In this fast-paced world, many people receive their information on the go. On twitter, Ontario Shores posts short and timely updates throughout the day and live tweets during important events to keep our followers in the know. Ontario Shores follows many hospitals, healthcare and mental health care organizations, government agencies and social service organizations to receive and share the latest industry news.
» Visit our Twitter Page
Connect with us on LinkedIn
If you are interested in networking with other professionals in your field, LinkedIn is where you want to be. Create a professional profile for yourself, connect with people you know, and join groups related to topics of interest.
» Visit our LinkedIn page
Check us out on YouTube
For people who prefer videos to text, Ontario Shores has established a YouTube site to share personal video stories from patients, family members and staff. We also post video clips from conferences, guest speaker events and awareness events so viewers can learn about mental illness as well as experience first-hand the exciting awareness initiatives that take place at Ontario Shores year-round.
» Visit our YouTube channel
Community Current Newsletter
If you prefer to receive your news by email the Community Current is a great option for you. The Community Current is an email newsletter which is sent to subscribers' every two months and features top news headlines and a list of upcoming events.
» Visit the Community Current subscription page
Social Media Community Standards
To ensure our online communities are positive and supportive, please take note of our Social Media Community Standards.