NATIONAL YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH DAY 2021

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Every year in Canada since 2007, National Youth and Child Mental Health Day has been held on 7 May. A day when Canadians of all ages, genders, backgrounds, and more can come together to raise awareness about the mental health of youth and let them know that they are not alone and never will be alone.

 

This National Youth Mental Health Day, lets rally together and #GetLoud about what really matters most and advocate for change for the ones who really need it - the generation of tomorrow. Together, all of us are stronger than stigma and can make a difference. 

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Read our National Youth Mental Health Day statement by clicking here.

#GetLoud

about what really matters most

Key Goals of Day

There are key goals for National Youth Mental Health Day.

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To form connections between youth and adults.

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To promote discussion about youth mental health and how youth are feeling.

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To advocate for change and to raise awanress around the mental health of youth.

Toolkits and Action

This National Youth Mental Health Day, stand with us and take action to help raise awanress and advocate for change to better the mental health of youth.

Click below to download social media slides to post to raise awareness!