About us

We live in the lovely Fraser Valley

Welcome to our site, where we’re dedicated to fostering mental well-being. We provide a safe space for you to explore mental health resources, find support, and discover tools to help you navigate life’s challenges. Your mental health matters, and we’re here to guide you on your journey to emotional wellness and resilience.

For myself, Laura, I just turned 24, I was born in Mexico, but raised in Canada since I was 7. I have had my struggles with mental health since I was 14 when it first became something I was helped with in my high school. Since then I still have my ups and downs, and currently accepting that my recovery is going to look different and that’s okay. I love to volunteer and help out, I’m a pretty caring person where I would say empathy is my strength, and being hard on myself is something I’m working on. I am currently working on my diploma, working on some life goals but trying to take it one day at a time. I love animals, music, nature, and a little bit of everything. I’m trying to get into reading more, and though it may sound boring but I like documentaries and occasional Ted talks. I’m a new advocate with the Mission Self Advocates and Esatta Project, but I am so grateful to have my found a second home and something I am very passionate about! Along with my friend Jay and many others I’m very inspired and hope to become a great advocate just like them! Thanks for joining me on my journey! 

Our Mission

Our mission is to empower and support individuals struggling with mental health challenges. We aim to provide accessible resources, information, and a caring online community that fosters hope, resilience, and recovery.

Our Values

  1. Compassion: We approach mental health with empathy, understanding, and a commitment to reducing stigma.

  2. Accessibility: We strive to make mental health resources  readily available to everyone, regardless of their background or circumstances.

  3. Empowerment: We believe in empowering individuals to take charge of their mental health journey through knowledge and self-care.

“We are thankful for the support that we receive from the SelfAdvocateNet project and Cedar Creek Tech”