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It’s Back! Join us, for COWs 6th Annual Moo Let’s Talk Day, coming up on Friday, March 24th, 2023, from 11am – 7 pm, at the Cows Creamery Location and 150 Queen Street Location! All proceeds from COWs ice cream sold that day, will be donated directly to CMHA PEI, supporting mental health initiatives across the island. Let’s Talk Until the Cows Come Home!
The Mental Health First Aid Canada program aims to improve mental health literacy and provide the skills and knowledge to help people better manage potential or developing mental health problems in themselves, a family member, a friend, or a colleague. Our next Mental Health First Aid Training opportunity will be on April 21st and April 28th at the Murchison Centre in Charlottetown.
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. We currently have two opportunities available for this training coming up in April and May.
Register now, for one (or more) of our upcoming Winter 2023 Learning, Training & Support Hub sessions! With an abundance of online and in-person courses and events, along with the addition of a new self-guided course, there are tons to choose from this semester! Register today and join us this season!
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.
A Maritime, Commercial Modular, Affordable Housing Success Story From a simple connection at a hockey tournament between CMHA Board Member, John Horrelt, and the President and CEO, Troy Ferguson of 720 Solutions (a Commercial Modular General Contractor) the vision for our 203 Fitzroy Street building was put into motion. Over the next 2 years, CMHA PEI and 720 Solutions would work hand in hand to bring affordability, modular, and wraparound services together for an economical, rapid housing solution to the Charlottetown area.
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