Caregiver Connections – Drop in Support Group Parents and caregivers often have a difficult time coping with a mentally ill child or young adult and often wonder how best to parent and provide support. Who can come to this drop-in group? CMHA’s drop in peer-to-peer family support groups are for parents and caregivers of children […]Continue readingCaregiver Connections Drop-in Support Group
At the Spring Market and Trade Show attendees could cast a ballot of four worthy organizations to receive a $10,000 donation from Syncrude’s Community Contribution. Close to 3,000 people voted with Canadian Mental Health Association – Wood Buffalo Region receiving 1441 votes as the winner. The $10,000.00 will help CMHA broaden their reach of providing […]Continue readingCommunity members voted for Canadian Mental Health Association to receive the Syncrude Community Contribution of $10,000.
New digital tool helps evaluate stress and anxiety in first responders providing additional support in wildfire recovery. Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is kicking off Mental Health Week, which runs from May 1-7, 2017, by partnering with Imperial and the Fort McMurray Public School District (FMPSD) to support the mental health of first responders. It […]Continue readingFirst responders access Heart Math mental health program with help from local students.
Canadian Mental Health Association – Wood Buffalo Region has been chosen as one of the candidates to receive $10,000 donation for our programs and services, but we need your votes of support! Please visit the Syncrude booth at the Spring Show and Market at MacDonald Island Park from April 28-30, 2017 and vote for CMHA […]Continue readingVote for CMHA to win $10,000 Donation from Syncrude
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GET LOUD to promote mental health. The louder we get, the bigger the change we will make. Canadian Mental Health Association – Wood Buffalo Region (CMHA) and Some Other Solutions (SOS) are partnering together to encourage the RMWB to GET LOUD and take action for positive mental health. What does it mean to GET LOUD? […]Continue reading66th Annual Mental Health Week is May 1-7, 2017
Join us for the Mullets & Music, Thursday March 16th 7-11pm at Wood Buffalo Brewing Co. The March Mullet Campaign is to initiate an honest conversation associated with mental health. The mullet is a pillar for change to breakdown the stigma. Step out, and attend as while as get information and resources.Continue readingMullets & Music
Come join us at Peter Pond Mall, Saturday March 18th at 1030am-330pm as we raise awareness to mental health issues, learn about resources, and ways to improve your mental health well-being.Continue readingPeter Pond Mall Wellness Fair
Happy International Women’s Day! Did you know CMHA supports women’s initiatives through courses such as Women’s Self Esteem? Join us for our course happening every Wednesday evening in the month of April.Continue readingCelebrate International Women’s Day!
In celebration of Mental Health Week, the Canadian Mental Health Association will be hosting its annual Charity Jam and Silent Auction fundraiser at MacDonald Island Park on Friday April 28th. Mental Health Week is an annual event that takes place during the first week in May to encourage people from all walks of life to learn, […]Continue readingCharity Jam and Silent Auction Save The Date