We all have a story

Personal stories are incredibly powerful in helping to stimulate meaningful change. If you have a story to tell – whether it’s one of lived experience with the mental healthcare system, a professional perspective, a story of someone close to you or a vision for a better future – we’d love to talk to you about it. Your writing can be published under your name or anonymously. You don’t need to be a polished author, we can help with editing, and we will never use your story or your words without explaining exactly how it might be used, answering any questions you might have, and getting your consent.

Please consider connecting with our team at [email protected] to discuss how your story can help make a difference.

Click here to read other personal stories that have been submitted.


If you are in crisis, please reach out to the BC Mental Health Support Line. The crisis line is available 24 hours a day. You can call 310-6789 (do not enter 604, 250, 778 area code) or access the Crisis Centre's live chat service online at crisiscentrechat.ca (for adults) or youthinbc.com (for youth).

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