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Free Call-In Counselling – 289-291-5396

Free single-session individual counselling is available over the phone or video conferencing Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 […]

Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is the support provided to a person who may be experiencing a decline in their […]

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Welcome to the CMHA Halton website.

We promote Mental Health for All through support, treatment, and learning and provide services for the full continuum of community-based mental health and wellness care.

Quick Access

I’m in Crisis

If you are in crisis and in need of immediate support, call the COAST Crisis Line at 1-877-825-9011. Learn more about crisis services.

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Peer Support Program

Our Peer Support Program will provide you with tips, strategies, and support to help you navigate your health and wellness in your own way.

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Groups, Workshops & Webinars

We offer groups, workshops and webinars pertaining to different aspects of mental health and recovery.

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What’s New

Coping Skills for Change Groups: Spring Dates

Feb 12th, 2024

Now available: New dates for Coping Skills for Change 12-week DBT skills groups beginning the week of April 8. Click here to learn more and register.

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CMHA Halton earns Nonprofit Employer of Choice Award

Feb 9th, 2024

We are proud to have earned the Nonprofit Employer of Choice Award that recognizes nonprofits whose exemplary talent management practices support successful mission delivery in the communities they serve. The award is based…

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Celebrating Black Canadians this February

Feb 1st, 2024

This February, CMHA Halton along with many other Canadians, will be honouring Black Canadians for Black History Month. We recognize and celebrate their achievements and reflect on their successes, sacrifices…

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Family-to-Family Caregiver Courses Coming up in March and April

Jan 12th, 2024

A free 8-week course for caregivers of adults with mental health conditions. Learn to understand and support your loved one while maintaining your own well-being at this evidence-based education program…

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