Free Yoga and Meditation! Are you looking for peace and calm in your life? This FREE introduction to Ashtanga yoga and relaxing meditation can help you to manage stress and anxiety while keeping fit in a fun way! Starting on February 19, 2019 Yoga and Meditation classes will also be offered every Tuesday. Please click […]Continue readingFree Yoga and Meditation – New Tuesday Class Added!
CMHA National is pleased to unveil the closing project of our 100th anniversary year – a historical video that tells the story of our first century. Not just your average “commercial,” the 2-minute video is a simply told “about us” piece that shows how we came to be and the role we have played at […]Continue readingCMHA Video: 100 Years at the Forefront
The Ennis Sisters, Maureen, Karen and Teresa, are a well-known Canadian musical family group from St. John’s Newfoundland who have been releasing albums since 1997. They were commissioned by CMHA- Newfoundland and Labrador to write a song to commemorate CMHA’s 100th birthday. With the support of Parks Canada, a beautiful video was produced to compliment […]Continue readingPopular Canadian Musicians Write Song for CMHA’s 100th Birthday!
You can purchase the necklace and lapel pin at CMHA or online at https://www.hilarydruxman.com/. Your support will go far to help many.Continue readingJewellery to Commemorate CMHA’s 100th Year
World Suicide Prevention Day Event – Working Together to Prevent Suicide Monday, September 10th, 2018 from 12:00 – 1:00 PM Vimy Ridge Park on Portage & Home StreetContinue readingWorld Suicide Prevention Day
There will be a sidewalk sale at the Upbeat Artworks store in Portage Place starting on Monday, August 20 until Friday, August 24 running from 11 AM until 2 PM. We’ll have lots of artists in over the week selling their works. Click here for the poster with all the information!Continue readingUpbeat Artworks Sidewalk Sale
Global TV’s Shannon Cuciz interviews Marion Cooper (Executive Director, CMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg), Diane Redsky (Executive Director, Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre), and Sgt. Kevin Redsky about a four-month national walk to raise awareness and funds for youth mental health.Continue readingHope in the Darkness – National Walk for Youth Mental Health
June 21 of every year marks an opportunity in Canada to recognize the contributions that First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Peoples have made to Canada. And these contributions continue to be significant and increasing across all sectors and aspects of our national identity and history. We owe a debt of gratitude to the First Peoples […]Continue readingOpen Letter from the Canadian Mental Health Association
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