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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.

A co-existing problem occurs when we have a mental health problem and, at the same time, use…

Many people fear violence, particularly violence that seems random or unpredictable. We often deal…

Visions article: Editor's Message

Sarah Hamid-Balma Reprinted from "Supported Housing" issue of Visions Journal, 2017, 12 (3), p. 4 This issue will remind you just how Read more

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