Press Releases

Annual Gala Honoured Mental Health Advocates with Hero, Hope and Heart Inspiration Awards

Tuesday January 31, 2012

Michael Landsberg of TSN leads list of honourees to be recognized for efforts to improve the lives of people living with mental illness

TSN Broadcaster Recognized for Anti-Stigma Efforts

Thursday January 19, 2012

Michael Landsberg to receive Hero Inspiration Award from the Mood Disorders Association of Ontario

Toronto, Ontario: TSN broadcaster Michael Landsberg is being recognized with the Hero Inspiration Award from the Mood Disorders Association of Ontario for his willingness to speak openly about his experience with depression, helping to stop the stigma surrounding mental illness.

Works by Artists with Mental Illness Featured in Exhibition

Monday December 5, 2011

Touched By Fire commemorates life of young artist

Grassroots Movement Spreads Across Ontario to Put Election Spotlight on Mental Health Policies

Wednesday September 28, 2011

90 groups unite to urge Ontario’s political parties to prioritize mental health and addictions

Toronto – Ninety organizations throughout Ontario have added their voices to the Ontario Mental Health and Addictions Alliance to urge the political parties to commit to improving care and support for people living with a mental health condition and/or addiction. Supporters, from Windsor to Thunder Bay, include hospitals, provincial associations, community health centres, consumer/survivor groups, community organizations, LGBT groups and peer support organizations.

Ontario Mental Health and Addictions Alliance Encouraged by Province’s Mental Health and Addictions Strategy

Wednesday June 22, 2011

Toronto – An alliance of mental health and addictions organizations welcomed the Ontario government’s mental health and addiction strategy, released today, as a key step to building better, more comprehensive care and support for people living with a mental health condition or addiction. The Ontario Mental Health and Addictions Alliance is working to place the needs of people with mental health challenges and addictions on the agenda for this fall’s provincial election campaign.