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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…

The March Mullet Campaign for Men’s Mental Health raised over $26,000 helping advance youth mental health programing
1 April 2021

Fort McMurray, April 1st – The participants of the March Mullet Campaign are cutting off their Tennessee waterfalls and the parties in the back after an incredibly successful campaign during…

Get Ready to #GetReal about how you feel
30 March 2021

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…

Men & Mental Health: How to start the conversation about your mental health
24 February 2021

CMHA Alberta, September 2020 Experiencing mental health challenges does not indicate weakness. The Mental Health Commission of Canada acknowledges the prevalence of mental illness is comparable between men and women….

Supporting Your Mental Health Right Now
14 January 2021

Article by CMHA Alberta The pandemic has introduced us to new challenges and amplified our everyday and mental health struggles. Many Albertans have lost motivation to continue with hobbies, clean,…

CMHA Wood Buffalo Achieves Accreditation from Imagine Canada’s Standard Program
13 January 2021

(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…

Your Mental Health & COVID-19 During the Holidays
13 January 2021

Article by CMHA Alberta Division As we embrace the holiday season, the realities of a global pandemic have put winter traditions on hold. A busy month, typically filled with quality…

Canadian Mental Health Association introduces BounceBack® to Wood Buffalo Region thanks to support from Bell Let’s Talk
7 January 2021

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…

7 January 2021

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…

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