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January 2013 

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Registration is Open for the 2013 Yogathon

Yoga is a great way to stretch your body and achieve peace of mind. Register now for SSO's 8th annual Peace of Minds Yogathon and enjoy a full day of yoga classes while raising funds for the SSO's youth programs! On Saturday, February 23, with flagship events in Toronto & Oakville as well as various studios across the province hosting local karma classes, there's a way for everyone to get involved. Click here to learn more or to register.

 

SSO To Hold Community Forum on January 31

The SSO strongly believes that individuals and families living with schizophrenia & psychotic illnesses are the real experts in this area.  Occasions are needed for these individuals and families to come together to share their experiences, connect work together to develop solutions. The SSO is therefore launching a series of Community Forums which will bring together people who are directly affected by schizophrenia, psychosis and other psychotic illnesses and create a place where open dialogue can flow, challenges can be discussed, experience and expertise can be shared and common solutions can be developed.

The first Community Forum will be held in Toronto on January 31 (exact location TBD) from 6:00 - 9:30 pm.  The Forum is free and is open to individuals and families living with schizophrenia, psychosis and/or mental health issues.  Service providers and interested parties are also welcome

To learn more or to register,
please click here.

 

CBC Debuts New TV Show, Cracked
Cracked is a new CBC TV show that premiered last week. It follows Detective Aidan Black who is newly assigned to the Psych Crimes Investigative Unit, a unit that focuses on crimes involving mental health issues. The show says it wants to prioritize an accurate portrayal of individuals who live with mental illnesses.  Have you watched it?  What do you think?  Comment on our Facebook page and tell us, click here to read more about Cracked.

 

 

The 20th Anniversary of the Peace of Minds Walk of Hope
This May, take a walk with us throughout the province of Ontario and help give Peace of Mind to the over 130,000 Ontarians who are living with schizophrenia and psychosis.
2013 marks the 20th anniversary of our Walk of Hope so be sure not to miss this special event!  Attendance at our walks is greater than ever, but so too is the need for your support. 
Click here to learn more about Walk dates, locations and registration.  

 

 

 

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