Sault College, CMHA to host Bell Let's Talk community event

Sault College, CMHA to host Bell Let's Talk community event

When it comes to mental health, every action counts.

There will be: speakers, refreshments, Bell Let's Talk swag and let's start talking!

This year, the 10th annual Bell Let's Talk Day let's join forces and continue to create positive conversation and drive change around Mental Illness.

More information about Bell Let's Talk Day can be found online here.

"I am so excited to be celebrating the 10 anniversary of Bell Let's Talk Day with Canadians in every corner of the country and people all around the world", said Mary Deacon, Chair of Bell Let's Talk.

TSN Personality and Mental Health Advocate Michael Landsberg says Bell Let's Talk Day is very important.

Five-cent donations will also be made for every use of the Bell Let's Talk photo frame on Facebook, every use of the Bell Let's Talk filter and video view on Snapchat and every text message and mobile or long-distance call made by Bell, Bell MTS and Bell Aliant wireless and phone customers.

We know we can build a system that ensures every person in Ontario is supported throughout their journey towards mental wellness.

All day Canadians can participate in fundraising and raising awareness with a text, tweet, or through a variety of other social media interactions.

Since its inception in 2010, 86 per cent of Canadians report that they are more aware of mental health issues.

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