Please join us for a special virtual edition of Mental Health Empowerment Day

 Announcement (COVID-19)

These times of Coronavirus and social distancing are tough on all of us.
For someone who is living with mental health issues, the anxiety and change in routine can be overwhelming. 
Please know that alone doesn’t mean lonely, and that asking for help is a sign of strength.

Destigmatization. Education. Community.


Parents, if your child has been diagnosed with a mental health issue, please know you are not alone. We know it can feel that way as you navigate the school system and deal with the pressures and stigma associated with these kinds of issues. And we know this is hard. We are here to support you.


Teachers, we know that you are seeing more anxiety in your classrooms than ever before. Statistics tell us that 1 in 5 students — 20% of a classroom — will have some type of mental health issue. This is not defiant behaviour and we need to work together to identify what it truly is.


You are the front line workers with our children — you are the camp counsellors, hockey coaches, dance teachers and more. You spend time with our kids and play such an incredible role in their development. We want to help you to help them to learn and to grow and to empower them, especially in their times of stress and worry. We want to build a compassionate community for all those who suffer, their families and all those who love them.

Photo Credit: Kevin Viner, Elevator Digital, Toronto

Mia for MHED

We are so proud of Mia Adler for her incredible initiative in support of MHED.  As part of her Bat Mitzvah Project Give-Back, Mimi for Mental Health, Mia worked together with Sam Ginsburg of Sam’s Sweet Creations to not only sell amazing cookies, but to show us her heart as well.  

Thank you Mia for the incredible donation of $4,226 toward our cause.  You have shown us all what true empowerment is and we couldn’t be more impressed – and grateful.

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Watch Our Latest MHED TALKS

March 23, 2020
How to Cope When Cooped Up

Beth Tzedec Live

Watch Leanne Matlow, a cognitive behavioural therapy counsellor, as she guides us in caring for our own mental health and the mental health of our kids during this tumultuous time.

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