Our Vision:

Face of Today shifts perceptions surrounding mental health through collective awareness, programs and community experiences.

Our Mission:

We empower vulnerable youth through mentorship, integrative programming and community engagement to support mental wellbeing in Metro Vancouver.

Our Values:

We acknowledge that the land on which we gather is unceded territories of the Coast Salish Peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and Tsleil-Waututh Nations.

At Face of Today we encourage and welcome youth and community of all generations, backgrounds, faiths, cultures, ethnicities, gender identities, abilities, and lifestyles to participate in deeper conversations and practices surrounding mental health. At our resource centre we aspire to foster accessibility and inspiration to shift perceptions.

Our Wellness Mantra:

We believe if you follow our wellness goals you can lead a more fulfilling life. WE need to work together to educate, love ourselves and one another. Laugh often, nourish our bodies and our mind, empower ourselves and each other to be the best version of who we aspire to be. Strengthen your body and soul which lead you down a road toward success and happiness.

about-us-image.jpg

 

FACE OF TODAY STANDS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE
TO END THE STIGMAS ATTACHED TO MENTAL HEALTH,
THROUGH AWARENESS, SUPPORT AND EXPERIENCES.

 

Mental health affects us all, and today stigmas still exist attached to it's issues, preventing correct diagnosis and treatment. Face of Today stands to tackle, support and end those stigmas. 

We see mental health and it's related illnesses as an ever evolving spectrum of conditions, knowledge and treatment. Each day we learn more about the complexities of the brain and it's health. 

Screen Shot 2018-05-09 at 4.20.42 PM.png

Shifting Perceptions

Today in North America 70% of young people who experience mental health problems have not had appropriate interventions at an early age and 63% of youth point to stigma as the most likely reason not to seek help. 

We have to shift the perception of mental health. 

 
Shifting-P-Spectrum copy.png