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If We Kept a Gratitude Journal

Thanksgiving pumpkin patchThanksgiving starts a time of reflecting on our blessings. For the nearly 100 volunteers passionately committed to bringing hope to young adults with serious mental illness, we have much to be thankful for as we progress towards opening the doors of Eli’s Place.

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A global pandemic requires a global response to mental health

Woman on zoom callMental illness can seem like a very personal challenge. However, billions of people all over the world are living with mental illnesses. Lack of access to resources and the stigma around mental health prevent people who need support from accessing guidance.

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Moving Forward Despite Covid Challenges

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Hello Eli’s Place supporters, my name is Ellis Katsof. As the Executive Director for Eli’s Place I am pleased to bring you an update on our activities.

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Walk or Run for Eli’s Place

Join the Eli’s Place Team in the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon, Charity Challenge on October 17 or 18, 2020.

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Preventing Death by Suicide in Canada

Each day, an average of 10 Canadians die by suicide. That’s over 3650 deaths per year that could have been prevented. With September 10th being World Suicide Prevention Day, we’re going to take this month to explore the common misconceptions about suicide, how we can prevent it for ourselves and loved ones, and what Canada can do to decrease this problem.

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