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Now it’s more important than ever to remember that Mental Health is Health.

Right now, over 7 million Canadians are affected by mental illness. Let them know you will be with them every step of the way on their road to recovery.

Become a Change Agent for mental health today.

What does it mean to become a change agent?

Your life-saving, recurring, monthly gift will immediately fuel world-leading discoveries in brain science and clinical care, improve public awareness of mental illness including addiction, and support the most urgent hospital needs.

But being a Change Agent is more than just a monthly gift. It’s a commitment to stopping mental illness from destroying lives. It is speaking up for those who can’t and shattering the stigma around mental illness. It’s a message of hope to every man, woman and child affected that they will always have the support they need to transform their lives for the better.

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