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Transitioning to the Fall

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Jeffrey Preiss, Manager of Development & Communications September may feel like a month of rapid change with the start of the school year, the end of summer vacations, and a return back to structured routines and schedules. In September we say farewell to summer and hello to the fall; we witness trees losing their leaves […]

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Contributing to my community

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Sharing a message of hope is core to the individuals who offer their time to volunteer at the Crisis Centre. Volunteers are our front-line support team, providing help to those who need it the most on our 24/7 phone and online chat services, or in the community providing education and training to individuals can help […]

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Media Advisory – World Suicide Prevention Day

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Suicide is preventable. The Crisis Centre is a community of volunteers and staff who are on the other end of the phone or online chat 24 hours a day, 365 days a year when an individual is in distress, considering suicide, or when there are no other mental health services open or available. We’ve prevented […]

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Back-to-school mindfulness tips

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By Taryn Chong The summer is coming to an end, and many will return to familiar patterns and routines such as school.  Developing or re-invigorating an existing mindfulness practice can help relieve stress, increase focus and clarity, improve your memory and support a richer and more meaningful life experience. Though it can feel like there […]

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