PROMOTING RECOVERY AND WELLNESS



CHANGING THE DIALOGUE ABOUT
MENTAL HEALTH



ABOUT US

VISION


To be the largest network of global mental health change makers


MISSION


To empower people to want to improve their mental health


Every month we reach out together with people looking to gain clarity, awareness, and learn mental health first-aid techniques to live a good quality of life. Attendees of our seminars leave equipped with better engagement, morale, productivity and reduced absenteeism, grievances and injuries.
If you are interested in signing up as a potential speaker at one of our events, please contact us at info@reachouttogether.com



UPCOMING EVENT

Wednesday May 8 2019

What: Discover how to promote mental health at work and its benefits
When: 7:00 PM - 7:40 PM
Location: Online Conference - Zoom Meeting
Receive link to join upon registration
Tickets: $10 (receive link to the full video via email after the webinar)



WORLD REACH OUT TOGETHER DAY

World Reach Out Together Day (WORLD R.O.T. DAY) is a wide-reaching, global day of recognition designed to promote togetherness in order to break the stigma around mental illness and support people in their journey to RECOVERY.
The goal is to encourage people to reach out, express themselves, spread this movement to create a stigma-free world.

This year our organization is collaborating to host Canada’s Mental Health Talk Show in Toronto. The goal of the event is to encourage people to express and showcase their mental health journey in front of a live audience through speaking, poetry or singing. To be a speaker or to collaborate or sponsor, contact us at info@reachouttogether.com.



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ReachOutTogether.com is provided for informational and educational purposes only; is not intended to diagnose or treat a suicidal individual, and is not intended to constitute medical advice. Anyone who is suicidal should call 911 now and receive help from trained mental health professionals.
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