CMHA is very excited to be partnering with Turning Pages – an innovative community-based mental health program offered in partnership with the University of Manitoba. Turning Pages is a community-based mental health program for adults 50 – 70 years. Turning Pages is rooted in evidence and best practice to help support and improve the mental […]Continue readingCMHA and Turning Pages Program
Check out our media release: CMHA Mental Health Week 2021Continue readingIt’s Mental Health Week!
Our 2020 Impact Video was launched at the CMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg Annual General Meeting on September 24, 2020. This year CMHA prepared a Brief Impact Report rather than the longer Annual Report you’re all used to. We wanted to tell our story with a video to share our work in the community, some very […]Continue readingCMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg Impact Video 2020
Mental illness is not a crime. The Canadian Mental Health Association (“CMHA”) is deeply concerned by the recent deaths of individuals experiencing a mental health crisis across Canada stemming from interactions with the police. Each of these deaths is an unacceptable tragedy. We extend our condolences to the families, loved ones, and communities mourning these […]Continue readingCMHA Policy Statement