Patrick Aleck says “I’m not supposed to be here right now,” referring to cerebral palsy and life challenges, “but I am” — and he’s making a difference in the community
Some people say mid-winter is the most depressing time of year—when cold and dark days, holiday bills, and already-lapsed new year’s resolutions catch up with us
A panel of individuals and family members with lived experience of mental illness and/or addiction share their experiences with collaborative mental health care.
“Tis the season that provokes difficult emotions. This can be the maddest, saddest, most stressful time of the year,” says family physician Dr. Davidicus Wong.
Zac McHugh, founder of Change of Pace, brings his personal recovery experience to a fitness gym in Squamish, aiming to provide support and mentorship [image: istockphoto]