This Saturday is Self Care Day. This day is an opportunity to raise the profile of healthy lifestyle programs around the world. The date itself (24-07) symbolizes that the benefits of self-care are experienced 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our friends at Exhale Yoga & Barre are offering FREE classes all day […]Continue readingSelf Care Day is this Saturday
Looking for a career with the Canadian Mental Health Association? CMHA is a nation-wide charitable organization that promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recover of people experiencing mental illness. CMHA offers: Challenging positions where you feel you can make a difference in the lives of those living with a mental […]Continue readingWe’re Hiring!
This CMHA Mental Health Week, we’re diving into how we feel. It’s hard to deal with our emotions when we don’t know what we’re feeling. You may have been taught to push your bad feelings away, but research shows that understanding and naming our feelings can make sadness, anger and pain feel less intense. And […]Continue readingGet Ready to #GetReal about how you feel
Fort McMurray, December 3, 2020 – Athabasca Oil Corporation (AOC) knows that there has never been a greater demand for mental health services. AOC is supporting the mental health of the RMWB with a donation of $10,000 to support the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA). Cold weather, uncertainty, eroded social networks and restrictions on holiday […]Continue reading
You can learn to think and feel better! Fort McMurray, November 18, 2020 – Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Wood Buffalo announces the introduction of CMHA’s BounceBack® program to residents in Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo thanks to a donation from Bell Let’s Talk. “Bell Let’s Talk is proud to help CMHA Wood Buffalo introduce […]Continue readingCanadian Mental Health Association introduces BounceBack® to Wood Buffalo Region thanks to support from Bell Let’s Talk
Each October, people across Canada speak up for Mental Illness Awareness Week. This year, it is being marked from October 4 –10. It’s a week of public education and awareness that encourages Canadians to learn about mental illness and share their experiences with it. This year’s theme for Mental Illness Awareness Week is There is no […]Continue reading#MIAW20: There is no health without mental health
September 29, 2020 – The Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) has partnered with the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL) and regions of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in Alberta, to bring CMHA’s Talk Today program to AJHL teams. This partnership is presented by Inter Pipeline. The introduction of Talk Today, one of the most […]Continue readingAlberta Junior Hockey League partners with Canadian Mental Health Association in Alberta on Talk Today program
(Fort McMurray, May 26, 2020) – CMHA Wood Buffalo Region, today announces that it has been accredited under Imagine Canada’s Standards Program. With this achievement, we join a distinguished community of 32 non-profit organizations dedicated to operational excellence in Alberta. The Standards Program is a Canada-wide set of shared standards for charities and non-profits designed […]Continue readingCMHA Wood Buffalo Achieves Accreditation from Imagine Canada’s Standard Program
CMHA Wood Buffalo Recovery College Online Classes October Online Schedule: Compassionate Communication Language and our use of words has a major affect on our ability to remain compassionate. In this course we will explore different approaches to communicating – both speaking and listening. Compassionate Communication will strengthen our skills to remain human, even under challenging […]Continue readingOctober Online Course Calendar
Turning off social media can help manage the anxiety around COVID-19 Anxiety is a normal reaction to uncertainty and things that may harm us. For many of us, the coronavirus and the COVID-19 illness make for a very uncertain future. People worry about their own health and the health of their loved ones, here and […]Continue readingPandemic Pushing Your Anxiety Buttons?