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Mental Health

Mental health is not only the avoidance of serious mental illness. Your mental health is affected by numerous factors from your daily life, including the stress of balancing work with your health and relationships. In this section you will find resources to help you stay mentally fit and healthy.
For more resources, visit the CMHA National website.

Fighting Stigma

This article was prepared by Nora Underwood for Canadian Health Network. Nora Underwood is a journalist living in Toronto.

Guide for Companions of People with Mental Illness

“Being There: When Mental Illness Strikes Someone Near You” is a practical resource booklet for companions (a friend, family member or co-worker) of someone experiencing a mental health problem. The booklet is targeted to help ordinary non-professionals who wish to assist someone they know who is experiencing a mental health problem. The guide gives practical advice and suggestions, including coping with the mental health system, handling emergency help and caring for yourself.

What Keeps Your Heart Strong May Also Keep Your Mind Sharp

‘It is the heart and not the brain That to the highest doth attain,” wrote the poet Longfellow. Yet, when it comes to attaining good health, the heart and the brain are largely one and the same — at least according to new research.

Women and Wellness 2016

CMHA PEI hosts 8th Annual Women and Wellness

Saturday, November 5, 2016