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Welcome to, based in Manitoba, Canada.  We are a grassroots organization consisting of people who not only understand how tough it can be to talk about depression and mental illness, but we also know how crucial it is to do so... Let’s talk about it.  If you or someone you know or love is having thoughts of suicide, please take them seriously and support them by finding professional help, now.

If you or a loved one struggles with depression and mental illness, we want you to know that you are not alone.  We know it’s tough to talk about it, but we have to. Through awareness and education, we continue to fight the stigma that surrounds mental illness.  We can support and connect with each other in order to shine a light of hope through the darkness. We believe that together, we can make a difference!

Join us at our Annual Andrew Dunn Walk/Run, collect pledges and register at the event or take advantage of the online registration by utilizing the "Running Room Online Registration" button option, or donate anytime through the "Donate through MDAM" button.

In our name, we remember a precious life that was lost to suicide. Andrew’s tragedy is a lesson for all of us. Suicide is a horrible loss and we need to do all that we can to prevent it. We need to talk about our illness and support each other.

We are not counsellors or mental health experts. Our organization consists of individuals whose lives have been affected by depression, mental illness or suicide loss. We want people to work towards a successful recovery, connect with and support each other, and to know that they are not alone.

Together, we can fight depression and its stigma. Let’s talk about it. There is hope.

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The Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba The Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba


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