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Prioritizing Mental Health Education

Schools need systemic solutions to solve systemic problems, like the current mental health crisis.

Teachers don’t have the knowledge and the appropriate tools to address mental health in their classrooms. They should know they are not alone.

Our tool connects teachers across Canada with the support they need to build resiliency within themselves. This service will be available to teachers starting in the Fall of 2022.

Stay tuned for more details and stay up to date by subscribing to our newsletter.

Mental health discussion with qualified professional

Are you a teacher?

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We’re looking for teachers to assist us with personal insight and experience to advise us on the research and development of our product.

Students meeting virtually over video call

Are you an advocate?

Are you passionate about mental health? Have experiences or stories you’d like to share? 

We want to hear from you. Submit your creative work, chat with us on our podcast, or write for our blog.

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Are you an organization?

Do you work for an organization that prioritizes mental health within communities and/or in the realm education? 

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In the media

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“Educating youth in their formative years is one of the most important jobs out there. But are teachers being given the support needed to do so?

One Montrealer experienced the harsh reality herself and took matters into her own hands by creating The Teacher App.

It’s an app where educators will get to access mental-health resources, share knowledge, and call for help for anything teacher-related.

Brittany Henriques reports.” – City News Montreal