I love Bell Let's Talk Day. It’s a day meant to break down our stigmas and judgments surrounding mental illness so that people living with them have a safe space to talk about their experiences. A conversation we hope to continue all year long. Not only that, but every time we used the hashtag #BellLetsTalk, we raised more than $120 million to assist more than 5 million Canadians in gaining access to mental health services.
I began volunteering at Ontario Shores nine years after overcoming a very difficult period in my life: my father’s suicide.
I joined the volunteer team at Ontario Shores without realizing how impactful the experience would be on my personal life.
I began volunteering at Ontario Shores three years ago without any clear goals of where I wanted to end up or what area I would fit best in.
Many people choose to volunteer to give back to a cause or organization that has a personal meaning for them and this is especially true for me.
My journey with Ontario Shores began eight years ago when my son was admitted after struggling with mental health problems.
Shane took his own life just one year later.
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One year ago, on March 11, 2020, the world changed in ways we could barely comprehend when the World Health Organization declared a global pandemic in response to the spread of COVID-19.