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Peer Support is the process of disclosing personal experience with mental illness/ addictions and a personal recovery journey to inspire hope and recovery for others. CMHA PEI recognizes the need for formal training and support for peer workers to effectively do this meaningful work. The Specialized Peer Support Worker Training is a 119-hour program that includes 2 weeks of in-person training, a practicum, and a written and oral exam. The training will equip individuals to use their personal experience to support others by providing specific education, tools, skills, and exposure.
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!
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. Our next ASIST Training opportunity will be from March 15-16 (Storm Date March 17), 2023, from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM daily in Charlottetown.
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.
(Montreal/Toronto, Jan. 26, 2023) – A new report by McGill University Faculty of Education researchers shows Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Ontario’s Talk Today program is making a positive impact on athletes in…Continue reading
Charlottetown—The Canadian Mental Health Association – PEI Division (CMHA PEI) has just launched its Learning Hub Winter Calendar with free courses for Islanders being offered over the next few months. [Continue Reading…]Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Ottawa, ON (November 14, 2022) – With rising mental health care needs and Emergency Departments stretched past their limits, Canada must act now to cover mental health care, both…Continue reading
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