Movember Canada request for applications

Issue: BCMJ, vol. 55 , No. 5 , June 2013 , Pages 235 News

Movember Canada is requesting applications for mental health interventions in the priority areas of de-stigmatization, awareness, prevention, education, or early recognition/interventions. Movember Canada is offering $12 million in funding for these areas, the first and largest investment made to date through Movember dollars in the areas of mental health, with additional requests for applications to be announced in the coming months.

Movember Canada invites applications from organizations in Canada seeking funding for projects with the goals of:

•    Reducing the stigma of men suffering from a mental health condition across all stages of life (childhood and adolescence, as well as young, mid, and later adulthood) to enable them to step forward to seek the help and care of health care professionals.
•    Raising awareness and knowledge of men’s mental health concerns through education in schools, colleges, communities, and workplaces.
•    Defining and developing interventions (social, communication, education, and advocacy), which lead to the prevention of mental illness or enable early recognition and treatment among men and their loved ones.

The deadline for applications is 31 July. All final applications are subject to peer review, with the peer review panel comprising members with na­tional and international expertise in mental health. 

To view the RFA visit https://cmhn.myreviewroom.com/. To learn more about Movember-funded programs please visit http://ca.movember.com/about/funding-overview/.

. Movember Canada request for applications. BCMJ, Vol. 55, No. 5, June, 2013, Page(s) 235 - News.



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