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An online peer-to-peer support community for your mental health

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The community helps me express how I’m feeling and get support

A safe place to talk,
share & support
others like you

What is
Togetherall?

  • An anonymous community where members can support each other
  • Access 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
  • Self-assessments & recommended resources
  • Creative tools to help express how you’re feeling
  • Wide range of self-guided courses to do at your own pace

Join us in 3 simple steps…

  1. 1

    Register

    Get started by completing the registration form with a few basic details. You will be sent an email to verify your account.

  2. 2

    Activate

    Click on the button within our activation email to confirm your account.

  3. 3

    Participate

    We’ll ask a few more questions about your current situation & take you on a tour of Togetherall. Welcome to the community!

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Through working with our colleagues within the post-secondary system in London, with the local CMHA, and technology partners like Togetherall, we have been able to promote a number of resources that students can connect with to support mental health...

Joe Henry – Dean of Students, King’s University College, London, Ontario

...as we move forward past the pandemic I think collaborations will allow for the emergence of new and more improved options in support of student mental health on and off campus.

Joe Henry – Dean of Students, King’s University College, London, Ontario

Ontario Shores has been a proud champion of Togetherall. As a leading mental health care hospital in Ontario, we saw how this platform could help those in our communities who struggle with the devastating impacts of mental illness...

Karim Mamdani – President & CEO, Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences

Ontario Shores was pleased to collaborate with Togetherall and other partners in our community to bring this service to those in need of support. This innovative online platform provides a supportive community, education and guided self-help programs...

Karim Mamdani – President & CEO, Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences

...that can be instrumental in reducing social isolation for people struggling with anxiety and depression. I am encouraged by the way in which platforms such as Togetherall are maximizing technology to deliver services in a way that is both accessible and supportive.

Karim Mamdani – President & CEO, Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences

What’s being talked about in the community?

Take a look at these posts inspired by key topics in discussion with our members…

I’ve got deadlines coming out of my ears and exams looming for a course I’m not even sure I want to do anymore. Can anyone else relate?

Stress whilst studying

I guess it takes as long as it takes, but it’s having an effect on every part of my life… they say time is a healer – I really hope that’s true.

Coping with loss

I’ve been on a particular medication for a few weeks and struggling with some of the side effects. Just want to know what working for some of you.

Side effects of medication

Reading everyone’s stories of coping with illness has given me a bit of inspiration to get out the house for a walk today. Keep going everyone, it’s the little things that help!

Dealing with chronic illness

My friend told me today that she quite often feels completely alone. I try so hard to keep connected with her and hate to think of her feeling isolated. How can I make her feel better without breaking down myself?

Loneliness

Can I access Togetherall?

We’re available in lots of different ways, so you may have free
access to our community via the below groups:
  • as a student
  • as an employee
  • as a member of the Armed Forces living in Alberta or Ontario
  • via your health insurance
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This site is not intended for individuals in an emergency. If you are in a life-threatening situation, please immediately dial 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. Further crisis help can be found here.

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