Mental Health 2

Mar 08, 23
Mental Health 2


Mental illness knows no boundaries. A mental disorder, also called a mental illness or psychiatric disorder, is a behavioral or mental pattern that causes significant distress or impairment of personal functioning. Mental health disorders often lead to job loss, homelessness, isolation, addictions, involvement with drugs and crime, abuse, or worse.

Sometimes a simple "How are you?" from a case worker, counsellor, caregiver, or friend—or a reminder to take meds—is all those with a mental health disorder have to get them through the day.


myTALLdata™ is your safe, secure, means of communication—even if your loved one/client loses their mobile phone. Opt-in to enable location tracking in myTALLdata to find out where they are, where they’ve been, or simply to check-in with them to ensure they're okay.

If necessary (with approval), you can make their information available to relevant authorities for emergency response. Critical personal records, including prescribed medications, are securely and privately stored in myTALLvault™ a cloud-synced app, and can be accessed by first responders and authorized family members as needed. The data can be accessed via web browser in the event a device is lost or stolen—their last known location and current data are still available.

myTALLdata helps reduce stress for caregivers, and provides community and emergency support by providing a more effective way to stay in touch. Clients can securely access the app on mobile, tablet, or computer wherever they have access to a device and the internet (e.g. public library, community centre, church).

myTALLdata is an easy way for me stay in touch with my case worker... she's like family and when I get a text message from her that makes me smile.

Stanley - homeless with a mental health disorder most of his adult life


Mental health is "a state of well-being in which the individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community" — World Health Organization