An evidence-based mental health program managed by Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Ontario and CMHA York and South Simcoe is being rolled out across the province. The Ontario government announced yesterday that Bounce Back, a self-help and coaching program designed to help adults reduce unhelpful thinking, worry less and improve their mood, is one of three province […]Continue readingCMHA self-help program now available across Ontario
If you are feeling down, worried, or stressed and are ready to make a positive change, you can talk one-on-one with our friendly, qualified counsellors at our weekly Free Walk-In Counselling service. Click here for days, times, and locations.Continue readingFree Walk-In Counselling
A new report by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Ontario Division offers the provincial government wide-ranging recommendations to reduce the health risks and harms associated with the legalization and regulation of cannabis. The report, released today, was created for the Ontario government as the province considers the federal plan to legalize cannabis by July […]Continue readingCannabis legislation should increase mental health funding, educate youth and promote zero tolerance in cars
Thanks to you…we did it! Hats off to all of our riders, donors, sponsors, and volunteers for an amazing day of hitting the road for mental health on Sunday, June 25th. Together we raised over $65,000 for local community mental health services, and we couldn’t have done it without you. Your support will change lives in […]Continue readingRide Don’t Hide Raises over $65,000!
If you want to enjoy local parks and the physical and mental health benefits of being in nature, Nature Routes is for you! Socialize, exercise, and relax in natural surroundings at monthly walks led by CMHA-HRB staff and volunteers. Nature Walks will run from June to October. For more information and to sign up, please […]Continue readingTake to the Park with Nature Routes
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Ontario commends the provincial government for its $140-million investment in mental health, while also recognizing the need for increased funding and enhanced services. The Ontario government has committed to investing $140 million over three years – and an additional $50 million over each of the following three years – in […]Continue readingSupportive housing, psychotherapy, youth services get funding boost