Working with partners and stakeholders across the country, the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) develops programs and tools for mental health and wellness. The Commission’s communications need to be timely, accurate and evidence-based — and also respectful, inclusive and accessible to a broad and diverse audience. That calls for skilled content development support and good process to fulfill an ambitious slate of projects.
What we deliver
Topics we’ve covered
Client since 2012
In 2017, Ascribe designed and led a process to help the Commission inform Canadians about e-mental health technologies and how to choose them. We worked closely with MHCC’s committee of external advisors to clarify key messages and define an approach and format, then collaborated with a design partner to produce a colourful, consumer-friendly downloadable resource. The success of that project led to others: a workplace mental health and safety toolkit for healthcare organizations based on the experiences of four health organizations across the country, and a toolkit to help institutions start adopting Canada’s new standard for post-secondary mental health and wellbeing.