Brescia marks Bell Let's Talk Day on 10-year milestone


This year, the 10th annual Bell Let's Talk Day let's join forces and continue to create positive conversation and drive change around Mental Illness.

Brescia's interactive event included information booths, activities, complimentary food, hot apple cider and give-aways for all Western University students, faculty and staff.

Once again this year the club will be participating in Bell Let's Talk Day.

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Brescia's Wellness Peers, a team of student "mental health champions" put on the event.

There will be: speakers, refreshments, Bell Let's Talk swag and let's start talking!

"Since we launched in 2010, we have partnered with more than 1,000 organizations providing mental health services throughout Canada, including hospitals, universities and other care and research organizations", said Bell MTS manager of communications Morgan Shipley.

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"Many students don't come forward and ask for the help they need because of the stigma that still surrounds mental health issues", said Judy Darcy, Minister of Mental Health and Addictions, in a news release Tuesday.

Let's Talk Day encourages people to share social media posts - on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube - and express support for mental health.

Since 2011, Canadians and people around the globe have sent more than one billion messages in support of mental health.

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