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Connecting to our community

At The Co-operators, we believe the world is a better place when we take care of the things that matter most. We help build stronger, safer communities by actively supporting issues like distraction-free driving, mental health, flood safety, and sustainability.

Ask us about our community involvement and our national safety initiative Drive out Distraction. Distracted driving is a factor in one in every four crashes and is increasingly putting our communities at risk. We all play an important role in making our roads safer and you can help by taking our distraction-free driving pledge.

Check out some of our other partnerships like In Your Face and Interactive with award-winning drummer Mitch Dorge from the Crash Test Dummies (available in English only); and Kids Help Phone. Both help support and educate young people in our communities.

In 2015, The Co-operators contributed $5.8 million to support Canadian community groups.

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    Did you know concussions can directly impact long-term mental wellness? The CJHL Concussion Program, supported by The Co-operators, is one step in the right direction.
    Never misplace your Auto liability slip again. Know exactly where it is at all times with our Mobile App. It’s quick, easy and secure!
    For the best advice on Mother’s Day, we went straight to the source – real moms. Thus, to all the families out there sweating what to get your moms, come through with a quiet bedroom for a nap (or two), an uninterrupted shower, a nice dinner out. An actual day for mom. <3
    So you've got an idea of how you're doing mental health-wise. How can you help yourself thrive? Here are 16 strategies.
    Let's start from the beginning. What state of mind are you in right now? In order to thrive, we all need a good sense of self, and we all need purpose, contribution, hope, resilience and belonging. Evaluate yourself using this form to kick off your mental health journey.
    Wear green and get loud to show your support for mental health today!
    A typical Canadian classroom includes at least four children who need extra mental health support. Teachers need support to help them shine, which is why we started Share2Care last year. For National Child and Youth Mental Health Day, find out more about these school-place mental health initiatives throughout the country.
    From handy checklists, to neat community projects, follow us during Mental Health Week to see how you can take better care of your own mental health.

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