Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA)

CMHA is a voluntary organization that is dedicated to mental health prevention and promotion.

Workplace Mental Health provides employers and unions with in-depth trainingresources, and valuable support that can address and improve psychological health and safety in the workplace.

Arts’ Health Alliance

Arts’ Health Alliance provides health and wellness support for artists of all disciplines in all stages of their careers, including those behind the scenes.

They offer education programs that empower creatives to take better care of their health, and ultimately, of their art and creations programs that offer opportunities for artists to work on creative projects with seasoned artist-facilitators and mentors.

Arts’ Health Centre is an integrative outpatient clinic offering both medical and complementary care for the artistic community.

Over the Bridge

Over the Bridge is a non-profit organization that offers awareness of mental health and addiction education and support resources for the music industry.

Mental Health and Addiction information from A-Z

Naloxone Training provides life-saving naloxone training to the Ontario music community at live music venues and festivals.

Mental Health help

Addiction Help

Unison Benevolent Fund

Unison Benevolent Fund is a non-profit, registered charity that provides counselling and emergency relief services to the Canadian music community.

They offer counselling and health solutions and provide a toll-free number to connect Canadian music professionals with resources and support for personal and practical issues.

They also offer financial assistance and insurance.

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Declaration: I have been given amazing opportunities within the Hip Hop culture and with rap music. This culture I love so much was created by the black culture and has been appropriated for far too long. Out of enlightenment and respect, I feel I owe a piece of my earnings whenever I profit from my art because I wouldn't have it if their people weren't torn from their homes in the first place. Another acknowledgment I need to equally make is to the Indian's (First Nations.) For me to live on your land , more specifically on (Anishinabewaki ᐊᓂᔑᓈᐯᐗᑭ , Huron-Wendat , Haudenosaunee  land) and earn from my art, I feel you also are entitled to a piece of my earnings. All of my royalties, licensing, publishing, and performance fees will be split 25% / 25% / 50% between resources here in Canada created to support the Black communities and Indian's here in Canada.