Monthly Archives: May 2018

#GetLoud About Mental Health for Black Canadians

We need to #GetLoud about the experiences of mental health among Black Canadians. Misunderstanding in the community and barriers to accessing services leave Black Canadians struggling in silence, with the burden of anti-black racism. Stigma And Silence: Black Canadians And The Fight For Mental Health Awareness By Arti Patel | Huffington Post For African, Caribbean and black (ACB) Canadians, the struggle for mental health is often a silent one. With misunderstandings within the community around what mental illness means and [...]

#GetLoud About Mental Health for Black Canadians2019-01-30T10:01:15-04:00

Celebrating Support and Success at Eva’s

“A person’s world is only as big as their heart.”— Tanya A. Moore This week residents, staff, volunteers and supporters of Eva’s gathered together to celebrate amazing achievements and commitment. Annually, Eva’s Young at Heart Awards recognizes all the hard work, dedication, and compassion we’re surrounded by. Young people who are residents and program participants at Eva’s were recognized for their resiliency and incredible motivation to build bright futures. Donors and volunteers were recognized for their instrumental support in [...]

Celebrating Support and Success at Eva’s2018-05-03T13:03:35-04:00