• First Nations Suicides In Context

    Mental Health Matters

    Explore the interconnected risk factors that First Nations peoples in Canada face that place them at higher risk for suicide attempts.

  • The latest Mental Health Matters videos, live chats and discussion from The Agenda with Steve Paikin

  • The Next Day

    Part of the NFB-TVO Calling Card Program

    A groundbreaking interactive animated documentary constructed from intimate interviews with survivors of near-fatal suicide attempts.

  • Take an in-depth look at the prevalence of mental illness, and who's most affected, in different areas of the province.

Mental Health Matters 2013

In the spring of 2012, TVO, in association with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), presented Mental Health Matters -- an in-depth exploration of the state of mental health in our society. On air and online, we shone a bright light on mental health-related issues, from a variety of perspectives, expert and personal.

The Agenda's award-winning contributions to Mental Health Matters culminated during Mental Health Week, the Canadian Mental Health Association's (CMHA) annual national event, with a week's worth of broadcasts devoted to the topic. Mental Health Matters 2012 was only the beginning. We've once again teamed up with CAMH, and will once again be devoting a week's worth of Agenda programming to mental health, during Mental Health Week, May 6 to 12, 2013. 

Mental Health Matters is more than just television programming.Over the coming weeks, you'll find, on this special page devoted to the series, web-exclusive videos, blog and guest blog posts, live chat transcripts, video from an public broadcast event (in collaboration with CAMH and MaRS Discovery District), online resources, and more.

 


Highlights

Doc Studio
Doc Studio
  • War in the Mind Examines Soldiers Living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

More on Mental Health Matters from Doc Studio →

 

CAMH: About Mental Health and Addictions

Whether you are an individual looking for a fact sheet on bipolar disorder, a parent concerned about drug use, or a service provider seeking resources in another language, information about addictions and mental health issues is available from the CAMH website.