Investing in the Search for Canadian Mental Health Heroes

 The 150 Leading Canadians for Mental Health initiative is being co-chaired by Sandi and Jim Treliving  Photo via CAMH .

The 150 Leading Canadians for Mental Health initiative is being co-chaired by Sandi and Jim Treliving Photo via CAMH.

When Sandi Treliving was 10 years old, her older brother was diagnosed with schizophrenia. She knows first-hand the impact that mental illness can have on a family.

It’s been an experience that has defined Sandi as one of Canada’s leading mental health advocates alongside her husband Jim, an investor on Dragon’s Den and owner of the Boston Pizza chain. The Trelivings have been partners with CAMH for the last eight years, serving as board members for the last five and working on campaigns to raise awareness, end stigma, fundraise, and improve treatment. Now, they are calling on Canadians to nominate someone in their lives who is working for the same kind of positive change for CAMH’s 150 Leading Canadians for Mental Health—a new initiative that celebrates those who are making a difference in mental health...

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