Think support animals are just for people who are blind or partially sighted? Think again!
We’ve been mentioning the last little while, and I’m sure many of you can personally relate, that the holidays aren’t always filled with cheer and joy.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our volunteers, content contributors, young people and community partners that visit our site and social media platforms.
The holidays can be a tough time for many people. If you will be alone during the holidays and are feeling low here are some things you can do to take your mind off things.
First Things First…
Invited Somewhere? GO!
The winter and holidays can be a difficult time, these tips will be all about little things to help you get through!
In a Heartbeat, an Animated Short by Beth David and Esteban Bravo
One of the most common sources of difficulty for most of us is frustration – we can get frustrated with the smallest things, throughout the day.
You never know the positive impact your actions can have on someone else. Glen Oliver of Pickering learned this first hand three weeks ago.
When I think about my experience with mental health and wellness in high school, I don’t remember having a lot of knowledge about the topic or about resources that were available.