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Guelph Storm boosts mental health awareness

GUELPH - The Guelph Storm hockey team is promoting mental health awareness at a game on Feb. 8, 2019 when they take on the Sarnia Sting at the Sleeman Centre.

The event is in partnership with the Canadian Mental Health Association, Waterloo Wellington .

There will be a CMHA-run kiosk on the concourse, where fans can learn more about mental health and the organization’s community-based services, and a ceremonial puck drop and photo opportunity with CMHA Waterloo Wellington.

Videos will feature Guelph Storm players talking about the importance of mental health and there will be public service announcements about mental health and CMHA Waterloo Wellington.

There will be mental health signs for fans to write on and show in unison at a designated stoppages in play.

The event is part of the team’s ongoing partnership with CMHA Waterloo Wellington and its Talk Today program.

Originally launched by CMHA Ontario in partnership with the Ontario Hockey League in 2014, the program addresses the mental health needs of athletes across Canada.

More than 1,000 OHL players and over 400 coaches, billets and staff have received mental health and suicide prevention training.

CMHA experts work with players from the Guelph Storm to deliver an in-class presentation about mental wellness to elementary school students.

February 8, 2019

 
 

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