Our world. Made better.
Through mental health research.

In light of the global health crisis, MHRC has committed to sharing knowledge to support the mental health and well-being of all Canadians.
For up-to-date mental health information pertaining to COVID-19, visit MHCC.

TODAY: 11 Canadians will end their lives

THIS WEEK: 500,000 Canadians will miss work due to their mental health — and why we’ve started the initiative Workplace Mental Health (www.WorkplaceMH.ca).

THIS YEAR: 1 in 5 Canadians will experience mental illness, impacting their families, caregivers and communities

We advance outcomes-driven mental health knowledge
that betters the lives of all Canadians.

Mental Health Research Canada (MHRC) is a national, charitable organization dedicated to improving the lives of the 1 in 5 Canadians living with mental illness, as well as their families, caregivers and communities. We advance evidence-based mental health knowledge that is problem-solving, cost-effective and usable in the real world.

Because MHRC is committed to building knowledge that will have deep impact with Canadians, we place at the centre of our research process those who will use it – people with lived experience. We also consult and partner with other funders and stakeholders, including other mental health organizations, social agencies, entrepreneurs, business and government, to share knowledge in creative, collaborative ways.

MHRC and the Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child & Youth Mental Health have partnered on three research grants to advance evidence-based digital solutions in Ontario — and ideally beyond!

Check out Apply for Funding — to read our Call for Proposals and apply!

Mental Health Research Canada

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PLEASE NOTE: This site does NOT provide medical advice, nor is it a substitute for seeking help. ALWAYS seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with questions or concerns about your mental health and well-being.
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40 Eglinton Avenue East, #806
Toronto, ON  M4P 3A2
416-497-1429
1-800-969-2309
info@mhrc.ca