Ahead of International Overdose Awareness Day (IOAD) on August 31, 2019, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) has launched the “Carry It Toolkit” an opioid overdose education campaign aimed at Canadian post-secondary students. The resources support educational institutions across Canada in preventing and responding to an opioid overdose on campus. The opioid crisis in Canada […]Continue readingLaunch of CMHA Carry It Toolkit
CMHA Statement – Harmful Words About Mental IllnessContinue readingHarmful Words About Violence and Mental Illness
On September 14, Mysterious Barricades Winnipeg will mark Suicide Awareness Week with a concert in support of our shared goal of letting people at risk of suicide know how much their lives matter, and making the stigma of mental illness a thing of the past. Throughout the concert of inspiring music, those touched by suicide, […]Continue readingmysterious BARRICADES
CMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg’s annual report for 2018/2019 is now available. You can access the report here. Continue reading2018/2019 Annual Report Now Available
This year, on June 23, ride to Bring Mental Health into the Open. Ride. Don’t Hide. It’s more than the name of the event. It’s also the reason we’re riding. Visit ridedonthide.com for more information and to register today!Continue readingRegistration Open for Ride Don’t Hide 2019
Serta Sheep to help raise funds to support CMHA branches across Canada. TORONTO, May 2, 2019 /CNW/ – Sleep Country Canada Holdings Inc. (“Sleep Country” or the “Company” (TSX: ZZZ)) in partnership with Serta is supporting the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), with the launch of Counting Sheep for Mental Wellness, a national mental health […]Continue readingSleep Country partners with CMHA to launch Counting Sheep for Mental Wellness campaign
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Canadian Mental Health Association – calls for new mental health promotion strategy to get out in front of mental illness. Winnipeg, MB (May 6, 2019) – Released today, a Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) policy paper calls for a new Canadian mental health promotion strategy in the face of rising rates of […]Continue readingMental Health Week 2019: CMHA Calls For New Mental Health Promotion Strategy
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!