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Bell Let’s Talk Diversity Fund announces new mental health funding

Montréal, Thursday, May 6, 2021

Bell Let’s Talk today announced $750,000 in new grants from the Bell Let’s Talk Diversity Fund to 6 more organizations working to improve access to mental health care for members of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) communities in Canada.

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Rise and Bell Let’s Talk empowering entrepreneurship for Canadians with mental health and addiction challenges

Toronto, Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Rise, which provides individuals experiencing mental health and addiction challenges with access to low-interest loans to help launch new businesses, today announced a five-year, $1 million gift from Bell Let’s Talk to build more local small businesses and empower Canadians affected by mental illness and addictions towards greater social and economic well-being.

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Bell Let’s Talk announces increased funding for post-secondary student mental health action plans

Montréal, Thursday, April 15, 2021

Bell Let’s Talk announced that $3,075,000 in grants from the Bell Let’s Talk Post-Secondary Fund have been awarded to 123 Canadian colleges and universities to support them in the initial implementation of the National Standard of Canada for Mental Health and Well-Being for Post-Secondary Students.

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Bell Let’s Talk Post-Secondary Fund supports student mental health in Québec

Montréal, Thursday, April 15, 2021

Bell Let’s Talk announced that $625,000 in grants from the Bell Let’s Talk Post-Secondary Fund have been awarded to support 25 schools in Québec implementing one or both of the National Standard of Canada for Mental Health and Well-Being for Post-Secondary Students or the Québec Action Plan on Student Mental Health for Higher Education.

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Now more than ever, your actions counted!

Montréal, Friday, January 29, 2021

Canadians and people around the world joined in for the 11th annual Bell Let’s Talk Day, the world’s largest conversation on mental health. Here are some notable posts that caught our attention.

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Now more than ever! Bell Let's Talk Day sets new records as Canadians take action for mental health with 159,173,435 messages of support

Montréal, Friday, January 29, 2021

Now more than ever, every action counts in mental health. And the count is in: Canadians and people around the world set all-new records for engagement in the mental health conversation on Bell Let's Talk Day 2021, sharing 159,173,435 messages of support and driving $7,958,671.75 in new mental health funding by Bell.

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It’s Bell Let’s Talk Day! Your voice is needed now more than ever as we confront the impacts of the COVID crisis on the mental health of Canadians

Montreal, Thursday, January 28, 2021

Today is the 11th annual Bell Let’s Talk Day and everyone’s invited to join the conversation to support people living with mental illness while also driving up Bell’s donations to mental health programs just by getting engaged.

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Tomorrow is Bell Let’s Talk Day! Make your actions count by joining in the world’s biggest conversation about mental health

Montréal, Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Tomorrow is Bell Let’s Talk Day 2021 and the ongoing impacts of COVID-19 mean that now more than ever, every action counts in moving Canada’s mental health forward. We invite you to join in the conversation to support those who struggle while also driving Bell’s donations to Canadian mental health simply by talking, texting and participating on social media.

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Canadian brain research receives $4 million boost from Bell Let’s Talk and the Government of Canada

Montréal, Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Brain Canada and Bell Let’s Talk today announced the new Bell Let’s Talk-Brain Canada Mental Health Research Program to accelerate Canadian brain research while helping to address the impacts of COVID-19 on mental health care. Funding for the program is made up of a $2 million gift from Bell Let’s Talk matched by the federal government through the Canada Brain Research Fund (CBRF).

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Bell Let’s Talk supports CHU Sainte-Justine’s intensive ambulatory care eating disorder program

Montréal, Thursday, January 21, 2021

The CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation is proud to announce the launch of an unprecedented intensive ambulatory care pilot program for patients being treated for an eating disorder (ED) that also incorporates an innovative remote support component. Enabled by a $300,000 donation from Bell Let’s Talk, this new initiative will help young people and their families in their home environments, wherever they may live in Québec.

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One week until Bell Let’s Talk Day: Thanks to all our partners!

Montréal, Thursday, January 21, 2021

Bell Let’s Talk Day is just a week away, and we would like to thank the hundreds of organizations in every corner of Canada that are helping make the world’s biggest mental health conversation happen.

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Meet the latest recipients of the Bell Let’s Talk Diversity Fund

Montréal, Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Bell Let’s Talk today announced the next round of recipients of the new Bell Let’s Talk Diversity Fund, with grants totalling $1 million going to 8 organizations working to improve access to mental health care for members of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) communities in Canada with culturally informed and evidence-based mental health and wellness programs.

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