Waterloo Region police join Bell Let's Talk conversation

Waterloo Region police join Bell Let's Talk conversation

Waterloo Region police join Bell Let's Talk conversation

Over the past year, construction industry leaders have been hosting panel discussions, conferences and events focusing on mental health in the sector.

The Let's Talk campaign has raised millions for services in our communities. Two dollars of every ticket will be donated to mental health initiatives in the Southern Tier.

The initiative by Bell Canada donates five cents for every interaction with the hashtag, view of their videos on social media, and mention in text conversations to mental health services and support programs.

All you need to do is watch it and Bell will donate 5¢ to mental health initiatives.

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Launched by Bell Canada to inspire employers and employees alike into breaking down the stigma associated with mental health in the workplace.

Bell Let's Talk comes ahead of their Power to the People game on Friday, February 22.

The police service interviewed numerous people who work behind the scenes in law enforcement, to highlight their experiences, sharing stories about the calls they receive and respond to, how they try to treat those in crisis, and how they personally cope with becoming enveloped in others' emotional pain. The intent behind these events is to encourage workers and employers to speak up about mental health issues and to educate them that there are tools available to help.

The media and entertainment industry play a key role in shaping public opinions about mental health and illness. A lot of these calls are really just "people in crisis", she said.

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It's easy to be part of the Bell Let's Talk Day conversation all day long and across multiple communications platforms.

Local school districts are joining millions of Canadians today in helping to end the stigma surrounding mental illness.

Bell says that as a result, large and small institutions and organizations in every region of the country received new funding for access, care and research from Bell Let's Talk and from governments and corporations that joined the cause.

"Bell Let's Talk Day is a great day for Canadians to reflect, raise awareness and reduce the stigma associated with mental health", she explained.

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According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, one in five Canadians will experience a mental health problem.

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