Andrea is the winner of the 2015 Courage to Come Back Award for the Mental Health category. Have a glimpse into the life of the Bipolar Babe and please share if you are inspired! 🙂 This video is the property of Coast Mental Health.
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Hello, my name is Andrea Paquette and I am known as the Bipolar Babe in the mental health community. I founded the Bipolar Disorder Society of British Columbia by launching www.bipolarbabes.com and from the beginning my mandate is to stomp out stigma. The Society has been in operation since 2010 and I am so happy to […]
HELP US RECRUIT YOUTH and REGISTER FOR THE 2nd UNIQUE and INSPIRING BIPOLAR YOUTH ACTION PROJECT (BYAP) FORUM! The 2nd and Final Forum will be held on November 15th, 2015. It’s about YOUTH and their expertise. To be eligible you must be 16-25 years old, with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder (Type I, II, or not otherwise […]
Andrea delivers a thank-you speech to over 1400 people at the Vancouver Convention Centre, as the award recipient in the Mental Health Category, given by Coast Mental Health.
Mon, May 4: Courage to Come Back recipient Andrea Paquette has opened up the online discussion about mental illness. Robdin Stickley has her story.
Bipolar Babe shares her story with youth in classrooms to ensure that they get the right information at the right time. Andrea shares her story in hope that others will not have to suffer in silence.
A new report has a plan to help the approximately one in five Canadians affected by a mental health illness.
Let’s keep the conversation going, Canada. For every: Text message sent Long distance call made Tweet using #BellLetsTalk Facebook share of our Bell Let’s Talk image Bell will donate 5¢ more to help fund mental health initiatives across Canada. Bipolar babe is interviewed alongside her teens2twenties group. 🙂
Bipolar Babe is the personal journey of one woman living with bipolar disorder and her campaign to stomp out stigma.