The Robb Nash Project is an immersive concert experience that engages audiences through the power of music and storytelling. Their presentation addresses topics related to mental health such as depression, anxiety, self-harm, addiction, bullying and suicidal ideation. They balance this serious subject matter in a truly unique way that is not only thought provoking and inspirational but also entertaining and at times humorous
The Robb Nash Project's goal is to bring hope to those who feel like they’re worthless, alone or unloved; to those who are struggling with addiction, depression and suicidal ideation. Through the intrigue of a rock concert, they show that it’s okay to talk about our struggles and our pain and to reach out for help. Their goal is to start those conversations and to bring awareness to the struggles that so many are facing. They work closely with local resources, from school resources to health-care professionals to ensure that follow up help is available. They have partnered closely with national services that provide support, such as Kids Help Phone, Canada's only 24/7 e-mental health service offering free, confidential support in English and French to young people.
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