MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS
100% of the sales for these rings are going to a local charity called “1;5 Project” which offers mental health support to people who can’t afford it. These stainless steel rings are available in sizes 6, 7 and 8 and are adjustable by about 1.5 size (i.e if you purchase the size 8 ring, you can adjust it to approx 9.5). One of my favorite things about these rings is they have a special reminder inside the ring. Each ring comes with a special reminder engraved inside (in very tiny font) to remind you that you are resilient, courageous and you will persevere.
I fell in love with this cause when my friends Lisa and Jon Hicks told me they were starting this. I have struggled with anxiety and depression my entire life and there were many times where I could not afford support services. Mental Health is of course much larger than just anxiety and depression. This is a service we need to have available for people who need it. If you are struggling with mental health issues please know you are not alone.
About 1:5 Project
Did you know, one in FIVE people live with mental health challenges? Among them, over 55% don't receive the support they need. What's even harder, is finding the right fit. What works for one person, isn't what works for another.
That's where we come in. Our mission is to provide folks funding to access mental health care that they need, whether it be from a therapist, a life coach, personal trainer or a retreat.
You can also donate directly to this amazing cause at https://www.oneinfiveproject.com/
A semicolon tattoo is a tattoo of the semicolon punctuation mark (;) used as a message of affirmation and solidarity against suicide, depression, addiction, and other mental health issues.
If you're in crisis
If you're in immediate danger or need urgent medical support, call 911.
If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, call the Canada Suicide Prevention Service at 1-833-456-4566. Support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
For residents of Quebec, call 1-866-277-3553 or visit suicide.ca/en.
Visit Crisis Services Canada for the distress centres and crisis organizations nearest you.
If you're experiencing gender-based violence, you can access a crisis line in your province or territory.