To get Be There’s 5 Golden Rules into the hands, hearts, minds and lives of every young person we need more than a website, we need a revolution. These organizations have partnered with Jack.org in creative ways to integrate Be There into their communities.
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Be There is supported by the Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund and the Community Foundation of Nova Scotia, Toronto Foundation, Edmonton Community Foundation and Community Foundation of Mississauga.
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Jack.org was thrilled to welcome members of the Toronto cast of Dear Evan Hansan to perform at the launch of Be There. We so appreciate Mirvish’s ongoing support of youth mental health through the distribution of Be There’s 5 Golden Rules in the programs of select shows.
If someone’s thoughts or behaviours threaten the safety of themselves or others, then this is what’s called a mental health crisis. Call a helpline, 9-1-1 or emergency services. If someone has recently hurt themselves, but is no longer in danger, follow Be There’s Golden Rules and connect them to resources in their area.
Being there for someone experiencing a mental health crisis is different than supporting someone through less severe mental health distress, but the same Golden Rules apply. Learn how the Golden Rules apply and how to Be There in a Crisis.
Thank you for taking the time to learn how to Be Kind / Be There. It’s more important than ever. We’d love it if you could take a few seconds to answer these questions to help us improve Be There. If you fill in your email, we’ll keep you in the loop with youth mental health updates. Together, let’s create a kinder, more supportive world.