Our spokesperson and ambassadors

Our spokesperson and ambassadors

To raise awareness among young people about how they feel and how to take care of themselves, the Youth in Mind Foundation has teamed up with personalities who have agreed to talk about their realities without taboos and to share their experiences related to themes that influence psychological well-being. You will discover their worlds and their tips for keeping your balance.

Our spokesperson


Talking about her mental health problems in a humorous and straightforward way, Maude Landry has made it her signature in her first one-woman show: L’involution. Her humour is as brilliant as it is silly. Maude quickly made a name for herself by participating in the most renowned comedy festivals here and abroad. Whether it’s in movies, on TV or on the radio, her presence is always noticed!

She chose to become a spokesperson for the Foundation because she is fascinated by what goes on in other people’s heads, especially teenagers. Humor allows her to manage her anxiety and the days when depression takes over. Over time, she has developed tricks for living with her disorders. It is with enthusiasm that she wants to share them and talk about mental health without taboos and with hope!


Photo credit : Félix Renaud



Jean-Nicolas Verreault is a well-known actor who plays roles in both television and film. He is also the father of 3 daughters who face different challenges, including Mia, 15 years old, who suffers from a generalized anxiety disorder.


Known for his role as host of the science game Génial on Télé-Québec with Martin Carli, Stéphane Bellavance is first and foremost a jack of all trades. Stéphane attacks all his projects in the same way: with passion and happiness! This is how he has been supporting the work of our Foundation with dedication since 2014.