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Mike Slemon
Suicide, Grief, Mental Illness and Recovery through Art
We all have to deal with change at different points in our lives.

Some changes are good like meeting your significant other, graduating high school, college, or university or maybe buying your first home. Things are going well and there is a lot of happiness and joy. Others are not so good. Losing a job, getting a divorce, or the death of a loved one for example. Everyone experiences change and we all have to learn to deal with them.

Did you ever wonder how you would handle a major life-changing event?

The LOVE YOU by Shoppers Drug Mart Women’s Clinic at Ontario Shores provides short-term, focused consultation and treatment to women with perinatal mood disorders and other reproductive issues that

Vocational Rehabilitation Services utilizes the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) model to support competitive, community-based employment for individuals.

We all have to deal with change at different points in our lives.

In recognition of National Mental Health Week, Episode 97 of the #MindVine podcast features Fatima Tahir, a soci

Today, Lorne Coe, MPP for Whitby, and Peter Bethlenfalvy MPP for Pickering-Uxbridge announced that the following hospitals in the Region of Durham will receive additional operating funding this fis

The Traumatic Stress Clinic (TSC) at Ontario Shores provides specialized assessment and trauma treatment for individuals who are experiencing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and/or PTSD-relat

Tristan, a 4th year university student, aspires to be an occupational therapist.  He tries to balance his academic responsibilities with providing remote care for his frail 94-year-ol

Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Science (Ontario Shores) and Abilities Centre are pleased to welcome the new Joint Research Ethics Board (REB) Chair, Dr. Rebecca Greenberg. 

Trigger Warning: The content below contains information on mental illness and suicide which some readers may find triggering.