The Bell Let’s Talk Initiative is a five-year, $50 million program in support of mental health. The initiative is based on four key pillars: anti-stigma, care and access, research, and workplace best practices. In addition to significant funding for hospitals, universities and community groups across the country, the company is supporting its mental health initiative through workplace leadership, employee engagement and encouraging other organizations and the public to get involved.

“Bell Let’s Talk is dedicated to growing the national conversation about mental illness, reducing the pervasive stigma around the disease as we fund the leading care and research organizations that are making real progress in promoting Canadian mental health,” said George Cope, President and CEO of Bell Canada. “The Bell team is grateful for an international honour of this calibre, one that helps highlight and further de-stigmatize a health
concern too long misunderstood and marginalized. The AFP’s recognition is another important step in raising awareness about the impact of mental illness on our society and economy, and how we can all make a positive difference.

letstalk.bell.ca for more information.

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