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What's New

April 29, 2016 MEDIA ADVISORY CAMIMH  Canada’s Largest Mental Health Alliance to hold its annual Gala and Awards Ceremony in Ottawa.
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Announcement

We are pleased to announce a special Yuk Yuks Comedy Night in partnership of a novel program for treatment of PTSD in Military and First Responders.

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April 14, 2016
Mood Disorders Society of Canada is once again proud to be a marketing partner for the Conference Board of Canada's Better Workplace Confernce


Feb 16, 2016: MDSC and MHCC present a joint National Suicide Prevention and PTSD Treatment Plan.  Details of Pre-Budget Submission

Feb 16, 2016:Mental Health Opportunity for Canada, Canada selected to host “APEC Digital Hub for Best and Innovative Practices in Mental Health Partnerships” Details of Pre-Budget Submission

Feb 9, 2016: The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) recently launched a new letter writing campaign on; www.Demandaplan.caDuring the last election, campaign supporters sent more than 40,000 letters to candidates across the country. Thank you partners for your support! The more we unite and voice concern, the likelier political leaders are to take action.

Feb 3, 2016: The Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health (CAMIMH) is pleased to announce that the group’s 2015 advocacy campaign has been recognized among the best in the world by New York based PR News Magazine. Details

Feb 1, 2016: MDSC is very proud to announce that the Students’ Association of Keyano College @KeyanoSA, Facebook has partnered with MDSC on our internationally recognized Elephant in the Room Anti-Stigma Campaign: Details

Jan 22, 2016: Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund is now receiving applications.

Bell today announced the launch of the $1-million annual Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund for 2016. Applications are now being accepted for grants for community-based mental health initiatives improving access to care around the country. More Info

Archives 

De-Stigmatizing Practices and Mental Illness: Nurses Working Together to Support Mental Health and Well-Being

De-Stigmatizing Practices and Mental Illness: Nurses Working Together to Support Mental Health and Well-Being

Individual Gifts




MDSC's Position Statement on Fundraising

The Mood Disorders Society of Canada is a strong national voice for consumers and families. Through the generous support  of individual donors, we have been able to have a significant positive impact on government policy, funding and media attention for issues that matter to people who live with bipolar disorder, depression and other mood disorders.

Your Help Matters

Your continued overall support is crucial to the success of our mandate. Give what you can - with the assurance that every dollar goes to creating positive change for people with mental illness and their families. Your continued overall support is crucial to the success of our mandate. Give what you can - with the assurance that every dollar goes to creating positive change for people with mental illness and their families.

 


Two Ways to Give  

1) Online: If you would like to provide a general donation to MDSC online, simply click on the CanadaHelps image below and follow the instructions carefully.

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2)
By cheque: If you prefer to send a cheque, address it to:

The Mood Disorders Society of Canada
Suite 736, 3-304 Stone Road West
Guelph, ON, N1G 4W4

Your donations is tax deductible and our registered charitable number is: 88398 4817 RR0001

The Mood Disorders Society of Canada is a member of Imagine Canada and voluntarily conforms to the Ethical Financial and Reporting Code to ensure that you will have complete confidence in MDSC’s management and reporting of our donations program.                 

                                                                       
                                                                        
                                                                       
Thank you! 




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