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Reconciliation comes from truth and understanding, from acknowledging the past and present in order to build a more just and equitable future. Mental health is at play everywhere and in everything: in past traumas and current unjust policies, in racism and stereotypes, in opportunities and service delivery. Despite the challenges, people can and are healing, through culture and community, family and balance.

Depression affects your mood—the way you feel. It’s normal to feel sad or upset from time to time.…

Bipolar disorder is an illness in which people have mood swings that are out of proportion to what…

This cooperative game teaches helpful self-care and recovery concepts for families who have a loved…

Visions staff Reprinted from the Rethinking Housing issue of Visions Journal, 2019, 14 (4), p. 35 Another innovative project is being Read more

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