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March Mullets for Mental Health returns for 2022
28 February 2022

The March Mullet Campaign is designed to initiate an honest conversation associated with men’s mental health. The mullet is a symbol for change to break the stigma about men seeking…

CMHA Wood Buffalo Partners with Fort McMurray Oil Barons for “Talk Today” Month
28 February 2022

CMHA and CJHL partner for ‘Talk Today’ month across Canada February 28, 2022, Fort McMurray – Throughout the month of February, Canadian Mental Health Association Wood Buffalo was proud to partner with the…

MEDIA RELEASE: Alberta Government Announces Substantial Funding for Wood Buffalo Integrated Youth Network
21 July 2021

For Immediate Release Improving the Mental Wellness of Alberta’s Youth  [Fort McMurray, Alberta] July 21, 2021 – Up to $7.3 million will support the expansion of youth mental health hubs, which provide…

Self Care Day is this Saturday
21 July 2021

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…

Amplify Indigenous Voices
21 June 2021

For National Indigenous Peoples Day, let’s amplify Indigenous voices. Here are some suggestions to get you started: WITHIN THE RMWB : Name Social Media Notes McMurray Métis @mcmurraymetis (Twitter/IG) www.mcmurraymetis.org Fort…

National Indigenous Peoples Day
21 June 2021

Canadian Mental Health Association on Reconciliation and mental health   Toronto, ON June 21, 2021: The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is deeply troubled by the findings of the remains…

We’re Hiring!
9 June 2021

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…

It’s time to #BuddyUp for Men’s Suicide Awareness in June
31 May 2021

If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, call the SOS 24 hour crisis line in Fort McMurray at 780-743-4357 or the National hotline at 1-800-565-3801.  On average,…

Understand your emotions, understand yourself
1 May 2021

Emotions play a huge role in our lives, our actions and our relationships. Yet, most of us know surprisingly little about what they are, how we experience them and why we have them in…

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