May 3, 2021, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, CMHA’s 70th National Mental Health Week is May 3-9 The theme this year focuses on our emotions. Charlottetown—The Canadian Mental Health Association’s (CMHA) 70th National Mental Health Week is May 3-9, 2021. The theme this year will focus on understanding our emotions – recognizing, labelling and accepting our feelings […]Continue readingCMHA’s 70th National Mental Health Week is May 3-9
February 4, 2021 (Toronto) – Now more than ever, people in need of immediate mental health support are turning to distress centres for help. People living in Canada need an easy way to ask for assistance during their time of greatest need. … READ MOREContinue readingCAMH, CMHA and CSC Partner to Implement Pan-Canadian Suicide Prevention Service
The second wave of the pandemic has intensified feelings of stress and anxiety, causing alarming levels of despair, suicidal thoughts and hopelessness in the Canadian population. This, according to the newest wave of data collected through a nationwide monitoring survey on the mental health impacts of COVID-19, released today by the Canadian Mental Health Association […]Continue readingMental health impacts of COVID 19: Wave 2 Survey results
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) supports access to a universal basic income that aligns with four core principles: human rights, equitable access, poverty reduction and adequacy. READ MORE..Continue readingNow is the time for universal basic income.
Join CMHA and a host of Canadian talent for the Canada Day House Party presented by Air Miles.Continue readingCanada Day House Party
TORONTO, May 4, 2020 /CNW/ – Most Canadians rely on shortcuts to describe their emotional state—even during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to new data released today by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in partnership with Maru/Matchbox, 77 per cent of those asked “how are you?” rely on “I’m fine, thanks” to express how they’re […]Continue readingFor Mental Health Week, the Canadian Mental Health Association promotes social connection to protect mental health in these difficult times
To avoid a potential echo pandemic of mental illness and mental health issues as a result of COVID-19, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) calls for immediate investment continue readingContinue readingCanadian Mental Health Association calls for urgent community investment in mental health
When it comes to mental health, every action counts! Join in the 10th anniversary Bell Let’s Talk Day on January 29 to discuss how we can all make a difference. Mental Health: Every Action Counts is the theme of the 10th annual Bell Let’s Talk Day and we want to hear your stories and ideas […]Continue readingBell Let’s Talk, January 29
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TORONTO (ONTARIO) November 7, 2019 – Joy Bacon, Chair of the CMHA National Board of Directors, is pleased to announce that Margaret Eaton will be joining CMHA as National CEO. Eaton is a passionate and visionary leader with an impressive profile that includes more than 20 years of leadership experience in the […]Continue readingThe Canadian Mental Health Association announces Margaret Eaton as new National CEO
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Schools teach music, math and coding—why not empathy, tenacity and self-esteem? Canadian Mental Health Association calls for new mental health promotion strategy to get out in front of mental illness. TORONTO (ONTARIO) May 6, 2019 – To mark its 68th annual Mental Health Week, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) calls for […]Continue readingSchools teach music, math and coding – why not empathy, tenacity and self-esteem?