Mental Health Resources

Action for Mental Health








Welcome to the OACFP Be Brave Campaign* 

Come learn the core principles and skills of stress and anxiety management in action. Designed to help bereavement professionals manage the challenges of serving client families during the COVID-19 pandemic, BRAVE is a 5 step program of experiential learning modules. Go through each video and its related poster then apply your new knowledge and skills throughout your day.  It is hoped that the BRAVE toolkit will help you and your family during COVID- 19 and beyond.  And remember, as an OACFP Member….you are not alone… 

 
 

Action 1 - BREATHE


 

 

Action 2 - Remain

 
 

 
 BRAVE Campaign Infographics - Remain Poster  

Action 3 - Articulate

 
 

 
 BRAVE Campaign Infographics - Articulate Poster  

Action 4 - Visualize

 

 

 BRAVE Campaign Infographics - Visualize Poster  

Action 5 - Exercise

  

 

 BRAVE Campaign Infographics - Exercise Poster  

Additional Resources 

    • Mental Health Commission of Canada
    • Government of Canada - Mental Health and Wellness
    • Canadian Mental Health Association
    • Public Health Ontario - Mental Health
    • FREE Mental Health First Aid course
      • The Mental Health Commission of Canada has developed a crisis response training course for essential workers. We know that throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, essential workers are facing a number of new challenges while at work, which may be affecting their mental health. This course is specifically designed to help provide individuals with the tools and knowledge to better understand their own mental health and the mental health of others.

        Crisis Response Virtual Training - Caring for Others  – will focus on how to create a safe space to have conversations about mental health and/or substance use problems. This training will prepare participants to have conversations confidently about mental health during a crisis, with their family, friends, communities, and workplaces. Participants will also be taught the skills required to respond to a mental health crisis until professional help arrives.

        Please note this course should not serve as substitutes for Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) as it has been developed specifically for the COVID-19 pandemic. We encourage all participants to complete MHFA training once in-person courses resume. *

*Acknowledgments

  • Funded through a grant from the Funeral Service Foundation - please consider donating.

  • Bill Tibbo