Stories

Text4Hope Expands to Addiction and Cancer Supports

Text4Hope-Addiction Support and Text4Hope-Cancer Care are two new arms of the Text4Hope program specifically targeted to those experiencing psychological concerns related to addiction and cancer issues.… Read more

#FoundationsofGratitude: Please join us in thanking all of our vital front-line care workers

We’re facing a battle that has changed the way we live. But at a time when we’re all being asked to keep our distance, your local health foundations are coming together.… Read more

Mind your Mood Week 1

Welcome to Mind Your Mood, weekly tips to help you manage your mood better and stay connected while we’re social distancing.… Read more

Tool supporting mental health and wellness through COVID-19 pandemic launched

Albertans struggling with COVID-19 related stress, anxiety and depression now have help through Text4Hope, a free service providing three months of daily Cognitive Behavioural Therapy-based text messages written by mental health therapists.… Read more

A Message to our Community-Our COVID-19 Update

As we all navigate the the current COVID-19 situation, we are committed to supporting the mental health of our community. … Read more

Mental Health Foundation Breakfast Cancelled

As a precautionary health measure, the 2020 Mental Health Foundation Breakfast, scheduled for March 11, 2020, has been postponed until further notice.… Read more

Facing Mental Health Together

For someone who is struggling with mental illness or addiction, knowing there’s someone like Lauralee in their corner can help them feel like they’re not alone. … Read more

RBC Foundation supports youth with $500,000 gift to Mental Health Foundation

RBC Foundation shares MHF's commitment to access to mental health care for young people. Their generous contribution will help realize the vision of integrated youth services over next 3 years.… Read more

Surviving to Thriving

Len lived with bipolar disorder for 30 years, but spent most of it maintaining the appearance of success. Beneath the surface, he was flailing. Thanks to his time at the Day Hospital, Len learned the skills he needed to truly manage his illness, and begin living his life.… Read more