CMHA Ontario launching mental health awareness training for the farm community

(Toronto, March 3, 2021) – A new mental health awareness training program specifically for farmers will soon be available to rural and agricultural communities across the province through a partnership of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA), the University of...

Mental Health Works celebrates Black History Month

Mental Health Works joins Canadians across the country to honour the legacy of Black Canadians, past and present, for Black History Month in February. While Black History Month is a time to learn about the many important contributions of African,...

Every action counts – CMHA Ontario joins the conversation on Bell Let’s Talk Day

Bell Let’s Talk Day is Thursday, January 28 and we’re joining in to help drive progress in mental health. COVID-19 has affected every aspect of our lives, including our mental health. This year’s Bell Let’s Talk Day campaign shines a...

New national program supports psychological health of Canadian fire fighters

(Toronto, Dec. 1, 2020) – Today, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) expand trauma responses, while building healthier teams.  Co-developed by CMHA Vancouver-Fraser with Vancouver Fire and for fire fighters. To date, Resilient Minds has successfully equipped fire fighters across BC and...

You can learn to think and feel better!

  The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is now expanding its BounceBack® program across Canada with support from Bell Let’s Talk. BounceBack is a free, guided self-help program that helps adults and improve their mental well-being. Based on cognitive behavioural...

New CMHA toolkit supports employees, employers with planning psychologically-safe return to the workplace

(Toronto, Aug. 20, 2020) – As Ontario’s economy gradually re-opens during the COVID-19 pand employees in navigating the mental health implications of returning to physical workplaces. Developed by Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Ontario Division, in partnership with Mental Health...

New data shows most Ontarians worry about COVID-19’s impact on the economy, personal finances

The vast majority (90 per cent) of Ontarians are concerned about the impact the COVID-19 pandemic may have on the economy, according to new polling data released by Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario Division.  This data comes from the first of three...

Mental Health Works conference scheduled for June 1 & 2 postponed due to COVID-19

After careful consideration, Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Ontario Division and 2 in Toronto. In the coming weeks, Mental Health Works will share more information about the rescheduling of the conference. Mental Health Works want to thank you for your...

Mental Health Works provides free webinars on workplace mental health amid COVID-19 concerns

In this time of uncertainty and stress related to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mental Health Works is providing a free webinar series to help employees and employers address the impact these circumstances may have on our work and well-being. Public health...

CMHA offers tips to support mental health amid concerns of COVID-19 pandemic

(Toronto, March 13, 2020) – Amid public concerns of the developing COVID-19 pand depression symptoms of how to manage their mental wellness at this time of uncertainty. CMHA York and balanced as this public health situation unfolds. Considering the level...
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