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Explore how Compassion connects us all 

We all have the capacity to be compassionate, and we know that doing so can make an enormous difference.

This year’s Mental Health Week is centered on the healing power of compassion.

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homme qui se tient la tête dans les mains Violent Partners, a Specific Intervention Program

The Partner Assault Response (PAR) Program is designed to achieve several key objectives in the fight against domestic violence. These objectives are essential to support survivors and break the cycle of violence.

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personne âgée tristeElder Abuse : Protecting Vulnerable Seniors 

Did you know that approximately 1 in 10 older adults experiences some form of elder abuse? Elder abuse is a distressing reality that affects a significant portion of our aging population. This article will provide an overview of elder abuse, its various types, causes, and potential solutions.

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Supporting victims of sexual assault

Sexual assault is a traumatic act that has profound repercussions on the victims. It is crucial to understand the specific needs of these victims and provide them with adequate support throughout their healing process. There are resources and services dedicated to addressing the needs of sexual assault victims.

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The Benefits of Mindfulness

Mindfulness, also known as mindfulness meditation, is emerging as a beneficial practice for mental health and overall well-being. This method, inspired by ancient meditative traditions, focuses on being fully present and aware in the present moment.

Discover how mindfulness can improve your mental health by exploring ways to incorporate it into your daily practice.

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About gender-based violence

Everyone deserves to live in a world free from violence. The sad reality is that GBV (gender-based violence) persists, affecting people every day because of their sex, gender identity or expression, or bias.

Gender-based violence is a blatant violation of human rights. It is essential to break the silence about it.

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Domestic violence during the holiday season

For some people, the festive periods can be marked by an increase in domestic violence, particularly at Christmas.

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Facing Stress and Burnout

Stress and Burnout are major challenges in our society.

The causes of these problems are diverse, ranging from intense work pressure to the increasing demands of daily life.

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Anxiety disorders

Dive into this article which offers an analysis of anxiety disorders as a basis for better understanding and adequate support.

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Sleep and mental health

Sleep plays a crucial role in our mental health, and studies have shown a significant link between sleep quality and mental health.

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homme triste Seasonal affective disorder

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a mood disorder that primarily occurs during the winter months when exposure to natural light decreases.

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DIRECT ACCOUNTABILITY PROGRAM

In today’s justice system, innovative programs can provide alternative pathways to justice. One such program in Ontario making waves is the Ontario Direct Accountability Program (DAP). This program offers a unique approach to address minor offenses, offering benefits that traditional legal processes often lack.

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OTHER RESOURCES

Bureau de santé Porcupine Health Unit
http://www.porcupinehu.on.ca/fr/

Gouvernement de l’Ontario :
https://www.ontario.ca/fr/page/nouveau-coronavirus-2019#section-0

Organisation mondiale de la santé (WHO)
https://www.who.int/fr/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019

Gouvernement du Canada :
https://www.canada.ca/fr/sante-publique/services/maladies/2019-nouveau-coronavirus.html

Ce que les parents doivent savoir sur la COVID-19 :
https://www.unicef.org/fr/coronavirus/coronavirus-ce-que-les-parents-doivent-savoir

Comment parler à votre enfant de la COVID-19 :
https://www.unicef.org/fr/coronavirus/comment-parler-a-votre-enfant-de-la-maladie-a-coronavirus-covid-19