May 2, 2022 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CMHA’s 71st National Mental Health Week is May 2-8 The theme this year focuses on Empathy Charlottetown—The Canadian Mental Health Association’s (CMHA) 71st National Mental Health Week is May 2-8 2022. Mental Health Week is a social change campaign to shift attitudes and perceptions about mental health. For 2022, […]Continue readingCMHA’s 71st National Mental Health Week is May 2-8 The theme this year focuses on Empathy
GRANT APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN! The Community Housing Fund (CHF) is a collaboration between the Canadian Mental Health Association, PEI Division (CMHA-PEI) and the Province of Prince Edward Island to develop sustainable affordable housing. The aim of this program is to support housing developments whether they are targeting affordability, vulnerable populations, assisted living, or those that […]Continue readingCommunity Housing Fund Grant Applications Now Open
ORDERS ARE NOW CLOSED FOR COWS 1/2 LITRE ICE CREAM. SEE YOU AT THE COWS CREAMERY LOCATION ON FRIDAY, APRIL 1ST FOR PICK-UP! Pre-orders of 1/2 litre ice cream tubs are now Live! 100% of pre-sales will be donated directly to CMHA PEI in support of mental health programs and services here on PEI. Get […]Continue readingPre-Order COWS Moo Let’s Talk Day 1/2 Litres Now!
Join us for COWS 5th Annual Moo Let’s Talk Event! On FRIDAY, APRIL 1st, “Let’s Talk Until the COWS Come Home” and keep the conversation going about the importance of our mental health and well-being. Pre-Ordering and Curbside Pick-Up Only This Year! Pre-Sale of 1/2 litres will be available March 17th-24th Curbside Pick-up at the COWS Creamery Location […]Continue readingCOWS 5th Annual Moo Let’s Talk
Fitzroy Centre is an internationally accredited, recovery-focused program for people living with mental illness. We offer a comprehensive array of supports that include housing, employment, education, prevocational training, wellness and social programs. Eligible individuals become members of our clubhouse community and access supports that are tailored to their needs and goals. Our approach to psychosocial […]Continue readingFitzroy Centre Clubhouse Launches New Website
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 […]Continue readingSpecialized Peer Support Worker Training Now Accepting Applications!
JANUARY 25, 2022 Canadian Mental Health Association – PEI Division receives $25,000 Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund grant Charlottetown, PEI – The Canadian Mental Health Association – PEI Division (CMHA PEI) is pleased to receive a $25,000 grant from the Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund in support of their suicide awareness and response program, ACTT […]Continue readingCanadian Mental Health Association – PEI Division receives $25,000 Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund grant
December 2, 2021 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CMHA PEI Completes PEI’s First Specialized Peer Support Worker Training Nine individuals now trained to support others Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island – The Canadian Mental Health Association – PEI Division (CMHA PEI), in partnership with the Quebec Association for Psychosocial Rehabilitation and in collaboration with the University of Prince […]Continue readingCMHA PEI Completes PEI’s First Specialized Peer Support Worker Training
ASIST training in Charlottetown is coming up January 11-12th, 2022 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM and another offering on February 8 & 9th, 2022 8:30 AM to 4:30. Presently, we have seats available in our workshops – pre-registration is required, please see the registration flyer for January here and for February here, for more details and reach out about […]Continue readingASIST Training Opportunities Coming Up For January & February 2022
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 19th, 2021 New Alliance to Build and Support Mental Well-Being Across the Island November 19, 2021, Charlottetown, PE – Today, at the PEI Farm Centre, the PEI Alliance for Mental Well-Being was launched. The Alliance, a community focused entity, will fund and support organizations and communities to create or strengthen mental […]Continue readingNew Alliance to Build and Support Mental Well-Being Across the Island