CMHA Mental Health For All Conference – Special Pricing for PWLE

CMHA is sending you a special invitation to participate in the Mental Health For All Conference, September 29 & 30 in Toronto. Do you experience mental health issues? Are you an ally of people with lived experience? Please read on… People with Lived Experience of mental health issues. We might call ourselves consumers of mental READ MORE

Seeking better mental health transitions for youth

www.stcatharinesstandard.ca By Don Fraser, St. Catharines Standard Mental health challenges are daunting for young people. Depression, self-harm and emotional disturbances can require constant professional help to ensure children, and their families, are safe and that a healing plan is in place. These issues won’t necessarily resolve themselves when a child becomes an adult, and needs READ MORE

Walk in the woods helps youth with mental health issues

http://www.cbc.ca/ Getting young mental health patients out of hospital rooms and into nature By Linda Ward, CBC News A walk in the woods is good for the soul. For many, it may even improve mental health. That’s the premise of the Mood Walks program being offered by forty different agencies across the province, including Rouge READ MORE

Run for Mental Health downtown Sept. 10

http://www.thepeterboroughexaminer.com/ By Mike Davies, Peterborough Examiner Drew Merrett has thrown his support behind charity runs before but the Merrett Home Hardware Run For Mental Health is one really dear to his heart. Merrett Home Hardware is the title sponsor for the downtown run Sept. 10 with presenting sponsor Bell Let’s Talk. It will feature a READ MORE

Thousands of Canadians to ‘Ride Don’t Hide’ for mental health

http://saultonline.com/ The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in Sault Ste. Marie invites the community of cyclists and non-cyclists alike to join the movement that’s sweeping the nation. On June 26, 2016, Canadians from all walks of life will join the fourth annual Ride Don’t Hide community bike ride in celebration and support of mental health. READ MORE