Sober Ideas for a Great St. Patrick’s Day “St. Patrick’s Day is almost upon us. The time to make your plans for this festive holiday is nigh. But how do you celebrate the occasion in style when you’re in recovery? Call it the luck of the Irish, but it turns out that having fun while […]Continue readingHappy St. Patrick’s Day
CMHA Wood Buffalo has partnered with RCMP Alberta to present The First Responder’s Golf Tournament on June 30th at Thickwood Fort McMurray Golf Club. This event will feature a 12:30pm shotgun start with 18 holes of golf including carts, raffle and flight prizes, Lunch BBQ at the turn and a Dinner Reception included. All golfers […]Continue readingPreview: First Responder’s Golf Tournament
A mother is a person who loves and cares for you unconditionally but how can you show how thankful you are to her? Sick of the same old box of chocolates and bunch of flowers? Then look no further as we have the best unique way for you to display your love. Grab a paint […]Continue readingPreview: Mother’s Day Painting with Russell Thomas
To kick off CMHA’s Mental Health Week, we are hosting our 8th Annual Charity Jam & Silent Auction on May 4th 2018 at the Unifor Main Hall at 7pm. We have collaborated with The Bridge 91.1, Keyano College and ATA Local 48 to make this event a success. Stac’s Fine Foods will be providing a […]Continue readingPreview: Annual Charity Jam and Silent Auction
Join CMHA on March 23rd at 6 p.m. for our March Mullets campaign at the Wood Buffalo Brewing Co. “Designed to initiate an honest conversation associated with mental health. The mullet is a pillar for change to breakdown the stigma”. To Participate: Style your hair into a mullet or purchase a “mullet 2 go” from […]Continue readingMusic & Mullets Event at Wood Buffalo Brewing Co.
The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) joins the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) in observing National Addictions Awareness (NAAW), November 12-18, 2017. This annual, national awareness week highlights issues and solutions to help address alcohol and other drug-related harms. The theme for NAAW 2017 is “Words Matter”, focusing on how the use […]Continue readingNational Addictions Awareness Week