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    Margaret Trudeau Talks About Mental Health

    Margaret Trudeau – Celebrated Canadian | Mental Health Advocate – Margaret Trudeau is a Canadian icon, celebrated both for her role in the public eye and as a respected mental-health issues advocate. From becoming a prime minister’s wife at a young age, to the loss of both her son and her former husband, to living with bi-polar disorder, Margaret tirelessly shares her personal stories to remind others of the importance of nurturing the body, mind, and spirit. (Photo Credit: Don Dixon)

    Margaret is the author of four books, including her bestselling title, Changing My Mind, which charts her life’s ups and downs, and her latest title, The Time of Your Life, which offers women an inspirational and practical approach to creating a healthy, happy, secure and satisfying future.

    Margaret sits on the Executive Advisory Board of the UBC Mental Health Institute as a community advocate, and she is the Honorary President of WaterCan, a charitable Canadian non-governmental agency that is dedicated to helping poor communities in developing countries build sustainable water-supply and sanitation services.

    (Photo Credit: Don Dixon)

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    Face the Facts

    Research shows 3500 Canadians die by suicide each year and almost 800 are young people. Suicide is the second leading cause of death among young people age 10 to 24 after motor vehicle accidents.

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    Defeat the Stigma

    We strive to defeat the stigma that has bigoted people’s attitudes and fed the discrimination that many have endured. This is in the hope that people will feel comfortable talking about mental illness like any other disease.

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    Join the Cause

    Maryvale treats 700 teenagers annually and half of them are desperate for counseling. Mental health care is underfunded. Our goal is to have fundraising for mental illness reach the same high profile as cancer or heat and stroke.

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Increase awareness and need of community involvement in dealing with mental illness. In light of major government funding cutbacks, children’s mental health treatments centres such as Windsor Maryvale have suffered greatly.

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A group of ten outstanding local citizens and former basketball players in Windsor Ontario have a goal; to raise awareness and reduce the stigma that inhibits most people with mental health issues from seeking help. We will provide funding to Windsor’s Maryvale Mental Health Centre, ultimately helping young people and families in the Windsor-Essex area suffering from mental health issues.

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