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Golf for Life is an annual in-house fundraising event in support of CMHA PEI’s programs and services for Prince Edward Island communities. The 23rd Golf for Life Tournament will be held on Thursday, July 6th, 2023 at Andersons Creek Golf Club. Team Registrations, Sponsorship Opportunities are available!
The Learning, Training and Support Hub Spring Calendar is available now! This semester, offerings include online, in-person and self-guided sessions designed to equip individuals with the skills and resources to help improve mental health, and overall well-being. Register today!
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is a two-day suicide intervention workshop presented by certified trainers, usually twice annually. The ASIST workshop is designed to increase caregivers’ knowledge, comfort level, and confidence in responding to a person at risk of suicide. Upcoming ASIST Trainings are posted on our Training Page.
Peer support is the process of disclosing personal lived experience and recovery history to provide support, guidance, and inspire hope for others experiencing similar situations with their mental health.
Looking for self help/support groups within our Island communities? Find mental health resources and supports across PEI.
If you or someone you know is in crisis or has suicide-related concerns, please reach out to a crisis responder at Talk Suicide Canada to get help without judgment.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MARCH 6, 2023 Charlottetown – The Canadian Mental Health Association PEI Division (CMHA PEI) and COWS Inc. are pleased to announce the sixth annual Moo Let’s Talk Day, to be held…Continue reading
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CMHA National releases a national media release ahead of Family Day, highlighting the mental health crisis among children and the need for parents to urge the government to take action.Continue reading
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