In remembrance and honour of Clyde, Distress and Crisis Ontario have created the Clyde Mental Health and Addictions Awareness Project (#TheClydeProject) to run over the next 12 months. For the year of 2022, we will dedicate a section of the monthly newsletter, a number of webinars, some podcast episodes, and many social media posts to raising awareness of mental health and addictions resources that exist across the province. We hope to raise awareness of the supports that are available to individuals and families who are impacted by struggles associated with mental health and addictions. To learn more about Clyde’s story, visit our eNews + Views page to view the January 2022 newsletter and scroll to “other information”.
This month, the resource we have chosen to highlight is Brave. “Brave’s ecosystem of technology connects people with community supporters when they’re alone and at risk of overdose. Anonymous and private, these tools can keep you safe(r) from overdose, wherever you are, whenever you need it.” Click here to learn more, or visit our resources page here for more resources.