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October Events – fun, free, important

Free events – Download Amber Graydon’s 2018 October free events guide

MIAW 2018 will be October 1-7 2018

Mental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW) is an annual national public education campaign designed to help open the eyes of Canadians to the reality of mental illness. The week was established in 1992 by the Canadian Psychiatric Association, and is now coordinated by the Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health (CAMIMH) in cooperation with all its member organizations and many other supporters across Canada. //www.camimh.ca/mental-illness-awareness-week/about-miaw/

 

Sunday, October 28 Homeless Connect Toronto

Time: 11AM to 4PM
Location: Mattamy Athletic Centre at Ryerson

  • Addiction Support, Clothing Bank, Debt/Financial Counselling, Eye Care, Foot Care, ID Clinic, hair cuts, legal, housing, mental health
  • When the doors open at our events, friendly greeters will meet you and direct you to the registration area. At the registration tables, registration volunteers will ask a few questions to help identify the top four services that you would like to access that day. You have the option of having a guide to accompany you to the service area and their services. Lunch will be provided to guests, service providers and volunteers. When you are ready to leave, you can fill out an exit survey to provide us with some feedback and receive a comfort kit.

 

April 2019 Events

April Event Guide 2019 February free events guide PDF
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Bulletin 612 OPS, Privacy, Benefits

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April Events 2019

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