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Breaking
barriers

Here at Hats On For Awareness, we raise funds to further the reach of mental health programs.

We are committed to increasing funding to ensure better local mental health and wellness programs can be offered to more individuals needing help, more frequently.

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break barriers

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ARE A RIGHT, NOT A PRIVILEGE.

Yet, access to services is one of the most significant barriers to getting help. Hats On raises funds to invest in organizations breaking barriers to ensure local mental health and wellness programs can be offered to more individuals. Simply put, we all need better access to mental health services.

We need you to help us break barriers to support mental health.

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Jack.org: Empowering Young Leaders to Revolutionize Mental Health

In both the Greater Toronto Area and across Canada, an unprecedented number of our youth are struggling with mental health. The pandemic created many new challenges while exacerbating existing ones.

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Caritas School of Life: It's Never Too Late To Start Over

Did you know? In 2021, 55% of Toronto adults rated their mental health as ‘very good’ or ‘excellent,’ down from 71% in 2017.  Source: toronto.ca   Toronto is facing a

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Pass The Hat For Mental Health: Marco’s Story

If you participated in our Pass The Hat campaign this year—thank you!     We hope the campaign laid the groundwork for some heart-to-heart conversations between you and your colleagues,

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The pros and cons of discussing mental health issues in the workplace

A group of lawyers has written what they call a groundbreaking book about how mental health is perceived in the legal profession.

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Black youth face multiple barriers in accessing mental health care, experts say

Black youth in Canada face multiple barriers in getting access to mental health services — and health-care providers can make the situation more difficult, experts say.

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School board ready to celebrate Mental Health and Education Week

The Upper Grand District School Board is getting set for Mental Health and Education Week.

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