Our world. Made better.
Through mental health research.

Today: Ten Canadians will end their lives.

This week: Half a million Canadians will miss work due to their mental health.

This year: Families, communities and caregivers will be impacted as one in five Canadians experiences mental illness.

Mental Health Research Canada is the nation's only charity exclusively funding research on mental health.

Mental Health Research Canada is the nation's only charity exclusively funding research on mental health.

We meet the urgent need for research in mental health by funding emerging and veteran researchers at premier Canadian institutions.
Our partners include government, education and health institutions, agencies and providers, charities and corporations. We collaborate to tackle our shared responsibility of better mental health care for all Canadians.
Through the researchers we support and projects we fund, MHRC is making Canada a leader in world-class mental health research.
Join us in striving for the best mental health for all Canadians.

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Join us in Toronto (or by webcast) on March 5 for a symposium and launch of "Mental Health and Addictions System Performance in Ontario: A Baseline Scorecard". Free. Speakers: @simonevigod @docschull @KurdyakP @yonalunsky & @lawsonresearch's Cheryl Forchuk https://t.co/aarF6yObEx

The collective power of this group of private and public funders of #mentalhealth research literally has the potential to change our world. Exciting times ahead in #globalmentalhealth #IAMHRF2018

Great to see our CEO Andrea Swinton collaborating across continents at #IAMHRF2018. #Mentalhealth research can't wait for tomorrow!

@wellcometrust @CjoyceMQ @lundbeckfonden @villanti @K_B_Foundation

Andrea Swinton@swinton007

Sharing research priority setting strategies #IAMHRF2018 #mentalhealth

Prof Helen Herrman @wpa_president @orygen_aus talks to MH research funders in Vienna about youth mental health @GregHuntMP @JulieCollinsMP

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