The Bystander Effect: Recognizing When to Help

The Bystander Effect is a theory in social psychology that states people are less likely to help someone in need of aid when there are multiple people present. Why is that? How can you as a bystander snap out of this effect to make sure people receive help? In this article, I explain the factors […]

Supporting Indigenous Communities: Educational Resources for Non-Indigenous Allies

June is Indigenous History Month in Canada, and part of supporting Indigenous communities is self-education. But sometimes, figuring out where to start can be quite overwhelming. Well, fear not! I’ve put together a small list of different educational resources so you can continue (or start!) being a supportive ally.  Books A Recognition of Being: Reconstructing […]

H2H: Empowering Communities

H2H: Empowering Communities ‘No one seeking help should be left stranded, and every volunteer gets a direction to connect.’ Often, we witness or hear about scenarios where a neighbour going through depression yearns for someone to talk to. Or a teenager needs a ride for soccer practice, but mom is stuck at work. Or a […]

Men’s Support – Wild Men Go Zoom

Here2Help Community is partnered with The Wild Men.  The Wild Men is a brotherhood of conscious men supporting each other to embody their highest potential – our noble, wild nature! We’re dedicated to tapping back into the fire within, the inherent power that’s been repressed and hidden from us by a world that tries to […]

Mental Health and Sport – Rise Up Support Groups

Often when we think of sports, we imagine stadiums full of cheering people, adoring fans, and focused teams ready to battle it out to see who will be the victor. We see these high-energy circumstances with people at the top of their game who have trained to put on an exciting event. Even beyond professional […]

The Wild Men Go Zoom

The Wild Men Go Zoom is where we come together as a brotherhood in support of one another. This is our time each week to meet members of the group, voice current challenges to receive guidance and support from the other men, and discuss weekly topics like addiction, childhood programming, and creating powerful relationships.

The Wild Men Go Zoom Weekly Event

This has been a challenging year for many people. Social networks have decreased and there has been less ability to see the community of people we hold dear. Considerations around mental health have come into the forefront of people’s minds. We’re seeing much more conversation around self care, normalizing therapy, and other ways of grounding. […]