June 22, 2018 Ride Don’t Hide supports Canadians to open up and seek help WINNIPEG (MANITOBA) June 22, 2018 – With recent celebrity suicides on everybody’s mind, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is encouraging Canadians to fight stigma and bring mental illness into the open through its upcoming Ride Don’t Hide event. On June […]Continue readingLargest mental health bike ride in Canada aims to bring mental illness out of hiding
On June 24, 2018, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) will host its 7th Annual “Ride Don’t Hide” event, the largest mental health bike ride in Canada.Continue readingJoin Canada’s Largest Mental Health Bike Ride!
In our culture, we are mostly silent about suicide. But when celebrities die by suicide – as Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain did last week, the issue becomes front-page news. Anyone who has lost a loved one to suicide can attest to its utter devastation.Continue readingCelebrity Suicide Deaths – Preventing “contagion”
It may seem like mental health is in the spotlight now, but the Canadian Mental Health Association has spent the past 100 years in that line of work.Continue readingCelebrating a Century
‘You really aren’t alone,’ middle school student suffering depression learned through Speak Up program Manitoba educators are hitting the books to learn about mental health in teenagers — and how to share that knowledge in the classroom. It’s all part of the Canadian Mental Health Association’s latest efforts to expand Speak Up, a program to help more […]Continue readingManitoba Teachers Training to Help Students Speak Up About Mental Health Struggles
Winnipeg community runners have set a goal to run 100 miles over 30 hours with hope to raise awareness around mental health and Take Stigma to the Trash. Taking Stigma to the Trash began in light of a personal connection to mental health tragedies in the community, with hope to raise awareness around mental health and […]Continue readingTaking Stigma to the Trash
100 Years of Canadian Mental Health Association Join CMHA at their agency open house to learn about all of the new, enhanced and innovative programs and services. As they celebrate 100 years of community, they will reflect on their rich history and look forward to exciting opportunities on the horizon. CMHA continues to receive strong […]Continue readingJOIN US!! CMHA Open House May 11, 2018
This year, Mental Health Week runs from May 7-13. For all 67 years, we have been working hard to end the stigma related to mental illness.Continue readingCMHA Mental Health Week 2018: What is mental health really?
CMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg is committed to helping workplaces become environments where employees’ mental health is protected and promoted.Continue readingCMHA Workplace Mental Health Solutions
We are here to help! As with any health issue, navigating Manitoba’s complex system of care can be overwhelming. At CMHA, our specialists are available to to help all Manitobans find the best type of care or service to match their needs. Our Navigation Specialists can: Provide service navigation within the mental health and addictions […]Continue readingCMHA Service Navigation Hub