Brescia marks Bell Let's Talk Day on 10-year milestone


Bell has committed $100,695,763.75 to mental health programs in Canada as a result of the messages. Mental health challenges can affect those closest to us - family members, friends, colleagues, and even ourselves.

Let's put an end to the stigma around mental health.

Wednesday is the tenth anniversary of Bell Let's Talk Day.

This year, the 10th annual Bell Let's Talk Day let's join forces and continue to create positive conversation and drive change around Mental Illness. Let's talk about how we can take action personally, locally and provincially to help those who may be struggling.

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While much of the day is focused towards talking about mental health, a topic that is often swept under the rug, there's also plenty of ways you can help raise money towards the cause. That's why we'll soon launch Ontario's mental health and addictions strategy - a roadmap toward meaningfully improving the care the people of Ontario receive and building healthier communities.

The around-the-clock mental health service is expected to launch this spring, and will be available to all post-secondary students in every public and private institution across B.C., including domestic, international, full-time or part-time students.

All day Canadians can participate in fundraising and raising awareness with a text, tweet, or through a variety of other social media interactions.