Mood Disorders Association of Ontario

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1. Free support programs to Ontario people and their families

1.1. depression programs

1.2. anxiety programs

1.3. bipolar disorder programs

1.4. innovative, high quality supports & programs

1.5. drop-in peer support groups

1.6. recovery programs

1.7. family and youth clinical support

1.8. early intervention for mood disorders and psychosis

1.9. online tools focused on wellness and recovery

2. Contact

2.1. 1-866-363-MOOD (6663). Monday to Friday, 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

2.2. mooddisorders.ca

2.3. facebook.com/MoodDisordersAssociationON

2.4. twitter.com/mooddisorderson

2.5. instagram.com/mooddisordersassociation/

2.6. 6 Eglinton Ave. West, Suite 602 Toronto, ON M4R 1A1

3. Values

3.1. Recovery and self discovery

3.2. Building hope

3.3. Peer support based on lived experience

3.4. recovery that meets the unique needs of each individual

3.5. contribute to well being of the family

3.6. reduce both stigma in society and self-stigma

4. Programs

4.1. Upcoming Support Calendar

4.2. Peer Support Program

4.3. Peer Recovery Programs

4.3.1. Laughing Like Crazy

4.3.2. Wellness Recovery Action Plan (W.R.A.P.)

4.4. Family Programs

4.4.1. Family Matters Programs

4.4.2. Early Intervention Program

4.5. Students and Young Adults

4.5.1. Stop the Stigma

4.5.2. Sharing the Experience

4.6. In the Workplace

4.7. Online Programs

4.7.1. Online Support Forums

4.7.2. Check Up From the Neck Up

4.7.3. Information for Physicians

4.8. Research

5. Students and Young Adults

5.1. Early Warning Signs of Mood Disorder or Psychosis

5.1.1. Changes in sleep or eating habits

5.1.2. Trouble concentrating

5.1.3. Racing thoughts

5.1.4. Withdrawal from family/friends

5.1.5. Changes in hygiene habits

5.1.6. Suspiciousness of others

5.1.7. Extreme changes or swings in mood such as irritability, depression and extreme elation

5.2. Experiencing Psychosis

5.2.1. Hearing voices or seeing things/people that others do not

5.2.2. Have thoughts and beliefs about the world around them that seem extreme and illogical

5.2.3. Feeling fearful or paranoid about others or their surroundings

5.2.4. Disorganized thinking and behaviours ie. Trouble concentrating, maintaining daily routines and responsibilities, walking or talking strangely

5.3. Family Matters Program or our Early Intervention Program Contact Person

5.3.1. Elyse Grieco

5.3.2. [email protected]

5.3.3. 416-486-8046 ext 238

5.3.4. (1-888-486-8236)

5.4. Coping Kit: Walking you through ways to be prepared when hard times hit.

5.5. Busting Stress with Squish'em

6. Resources

6.1. Fact Sheets

6.2. Guides

6.3. Community Groups

6.4. Links

6.5. Video/Audio

6.6. Library