Men’s Mental Health Awareness Day in Ottawa Officially Proclaimed

We are honoured to have been invited to be part of this historic moment in MENtal Health progress in Canada. The first ever Men’s Mental Health Awareness Day proclaimed in Ottawa and actioned by Jean-Francois Claude, a graduate of the Ottawa Mindfulness Clinic’s M4 program. Thank you, J.F. and may this initiative grow into a nation-wide endeavour!

The Men's D.E.N.

Mayor Jim Watson (r) and Orléans Ward City Councillor Bob Monette (l) present TheMensDEN.ca founder, Jean-François Claude, with the official Proclamation marking June 10, 2014 as Men's Mental Health Awareness Day in Ottawa. PHOTO: Benjamin Leikin, Ottawa Public Health. Mayor Jim Watson (r) and Orléans Ward City Councillor Bob Monette (l) present TheMensDEN.ca founder, Jean-François Claude, with the official Proclamation marking June 10, 2014 as Men’s Mental Health Awareness Day in Ottawa. PHOTO: Benjamin Leikin, Ottawa Public Health.

Ottawa ON — The first of what will hopefully be an annual Men’s Mental Health Awareness Day in Ottawa was held on Tuesday, June 10, 2014.

The day kicked off with a special presentation ceremony in Mayor Jim Watson’s Office at Ottawa City Hall, where The Men’s D.E.N. founder, Jean-François Claude, received a framed, signed copy of the official City of Ottawa Proclamation from the Mayor and City Councillor Bob Monette.

Representatives from The Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre, the Ottawa Mindfulness Clinic, Partners for Mental Health, the Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre and Ottawa Public Health were also in attendance.

The day was capped off with Breaking Down…

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