Shows

The RAFT started in 1992 as a homeless shelter for young people. In the last 30 years it has grown into so much more then a shelter. Many of the kids have left school and are estranged from their families. The RAFT teaches them life skills, helps them find housing and work and importantly to...

Horses can be so emotionally healing. Brenda Langedoen has always found that emotional connection has helped her through life. That's is why she and husband Rob started Horse Sense for Kids in Niagara helping at risk kids through the power, beauty and magic of hores. . The program has partnered with children’s organizations like...

We seem to be seeing more unspeakable violence. It’s so hard to understand how someone could perpetrate a mass shooting, a random killing or the murder of a loved one. All too often the go-to explanation is mental illness. In reality, few violent crimes are perpetrated by someone who is mentally ill. Janice and Jennifer Fisk...

Every year March 31st marks the International Transgender Day of Visibility. It's a day to raise awareness of the discrimination transgender men and women face. Ally Phillips talks about transitioning, his mental health and finding his faith....

Niagara’s Assertive Street Outreach (NASO) Team actively engages individuals across Niagara experiencing unsheltered homelessness to promote, connect, and coordinate access to supports. ...

Many of us think about magic mushrooms when we hear the word psilocyben. That is the psychedelic in "shrooms" that cause the high ir trip. Dr. Ishrat Husain and his team at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health are researching the effectiveness of psilocyben to treat people with depression who have not...

Several years ago street photograper Diane Conn was out and about and by chance took a photo of a couple holding hands. She became fascinated by the sense of wellbeing she felt from exerpiencing two people holding hands. Diane took 8,000 photos of people when she was out with her camera to find answers...