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Clerk’s Contact Group on Mental Health

Aug 13, 2019 ...Clerk’s Contact Group on Mental Health Contact group As head of the Federal Public Service, the Clerk of the Privy Council is dedicated to making significant progress on addressing mental health issues in the workplace. To help gauge how efforts to build a healthy, respectful and supportive work environment are actually being felt by public servants

Ministerial Advisory Council on Mental Health

Aug 26, 2019 ...Ministerial Advisory Council on Mental Health The Ministerial Advisory Council on Mental Health was established by the Minister of Health in 2017. The Council will provide evidence-informed advice to the Minister of Health on current and emerging issues, challenges and opportunities that help improve the mental wellbeing of Canadians. Terms of reference

Get help with mental health in the CAF

Aug 8, 2019 ...Get help with mental health in the CAF The first step to getting help for a mental health issue is to contact your local CAF medical clinic. You will receive immediate help or you will be referred to the proper health service program by a medical doctor. Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members have daily access to a general duty medical officer at the base

Resources for managers for mental health in the workplace

Jul 18, 2019 ...Resources for managers for mental health in the workplace Find information to help you, as a manager, understand and manage issues related to mental health in the workplace. If you are in distress, please contact your nearest distress centre. If it is an emergency, call 9-1-1 or go to your local emergency department. Expand All Collapse All Resources

Mental health in the CAF

Apr 16, 2019 ...Mental health in the Canadian Armed Forces Mental health issues can come in many forms, such as depression, anxiety, and fatigue. Services and programs are available to provide you with the help you need. Services and information Get help with mental health in the military How to get immediate help with mental health. Find information about wait times

Mental health and wellness

May 3, 2019 ...Mental health and wellness Learn about mental health, mental illness and related services in Canada. Also get information on what we are doing on suicide prevention and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Services and information Improving your mental health Information on mental health and ways to improve it at work and in your daily life. Also find out

Measuring Positive Mental Health in Canada: Social support

Sep 6, 2019 ...Measuring Positive Mental Health in Canada: Social support Positive mental health is the capacity of people to feel, think, and act in ways that enhance the ability to enjoy life and deal with challenges. Positive mental health is about feeling good and functioning well. Feeling good means feeling happy and satisfied with life. Functioning well means

#GETLOUD for Mental Health

May 6, 2019 ...#GETLOUD for Mental Health Transcript Each May, we celebrate Mental Health Week to highlight this important part of our overall health. It is an opportunity to learn about what mental health means, and how to cope with the things that may be affecting it. It’s easy to overlook the impact that everyday stress has on us. But it’s important to know the signs

Maternal Mental Health in Canada

Jun 24, 2019 ...Maternal Mental Health in Canada Stats in brief: 11-627-M2019041 Description: This infographic presents results from the 2018/2019 Survey on Maternal Health, relating to the mental health of mothers who recently gave birth in Canada. Issue Number: 2019041 Main Product: Statistics Canada - Infographics Format Release date More information Showing 1 to 2 of 2

Chapter 13 – Mental health

Jun 25, 2019 ...Chapter 13 – Mental health The principle To actively promote and support research on the trauma experienced by personnel confronting child soldiers and interacting with children affected by armed conflict, and to provide appropriate pre-deployment preparation, as well as mental health support during and post-deployment. Why is this principle important

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