We envision a future where the use of toxic products in Canada is minimized in order to prevent multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS). Our approach includes:

Educational Initiatives

We conduct workshops and webinars focusing on:

  • Understanding MCS and its impact
  • The link between environmental toxins and MCS
  • Chronic conditions stemming from environmental exposures
  • MCS statistics highlighting that women constitute up to 72% of those affected
  • Latest findings on the pathophysiological mechanisms underlying MCS

Support for Affected Individuals

Aside from that, we also offer:

  • Guidance, support, and resources for diagnosing and treating MCS
  • Assistance in creating healthier living and working environments
  • Recommendations for safe products for everyday use
  • Education for professionals and support networks about MCS
  • Legal support related to MCS issues
  • Workplace and familial support to reduce isolation and promote inclusion

Advocacy Efforts

As part of our advocacy efforts, we push for:

  • Formal recognition of MCS
  • Enhanced health and social services for those with MCS
  • Accommodations in the workplace for MCS sufferers
  • The creation of accessible, toxin-free living and working environments
  • The adoption of less toxic products across industries
  • Continued research into MCS

Networking and Collaboration

We engage with medical professionals, researchers, and scientists to stay abreast of MCS research. We also partner with educational institutions for awareness projects.

And lastly, we work alongside other organizations to educate about MCS and advocate for the creation of healthy, inclusive spaces.

Through these efforts, we aim to build a more informed and supportive community for individuals affected by MCS in order to foster environments that prioritize health and well-being.