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Oakville Office Closure: May 27 to June 14
May 10th, 2024

Please be advised that due to renovations, our Oakville office at 1540 Cornwall Road will be closed from Monday, May 27 to Friday, June 14. You can reach us by…

“The Human Race” documentary explores running, exercise, mental health
May 7th, 2024

In celebration of Mental Health Week 2024, an insightful documentary screening titled “The Human Race-Around the Bay” was premiered on Monday, May 6 at the Art Gallery of Burlington as…

When Helping Hurts: Workshop for Front-Line Caregivers
Apr 9th, 2024

To sign up, email us at [email protected] and provide your name, email address, and preferred session.

CMHA Supports International Transgender Day of Visibility
Mar 28th, 2024

On March 31, CMHA Halton celebrates International Transgender Day of Visibility, an event recognizing the resilience and accomplishments of the transgender community. A transgender person is someone whose gender identity…

CMHA recognizes National Day of Observance for COVID-19
Mar 8th, 2024

On March 11, 2024, CMHA Halton honours the lives lost due to the tragedies of COVID-19. We are grateful to frontline health care workers who kept us protected and safe….

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.

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…

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…

CMHA highlights housing as a human right for Human Rights Day
Dec 10th, 2023

Equality, justice, freedom, human dignity – these are the foundational rights enshrined by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which celebrates its 75th anniversary on December 10. As the international…

CMHA partners to bring the National Suicide Crisis Helpline to Halton
Nov 30th, 2023

A new 3-digit helpline can save lives across Canada. The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Halton is a proud partner in the 9-8-8 Suicide Crisis Helpline, a new 24/7 national…

Tips to maintain well-being for National Addictions Awareness Week
Nov 20th, 2023

With the increasing complexity of the addictions landscape, it is a collective effort to support those at risk. That’s the message of this year’s National Addictions Awareness Week (NAAW), an…

Coping Skills for Change Workshops – New Dates!
Nov 16th, 2023

Get details and register here.

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