Addictions and Mental Health Ontario (AMHO) and Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario (CMHA Ontario) are joining forces to call on political parties to commit to urgently-needed investments in mental health and addictions care. To help influence the June 7, 2018 provincial election, AMHO has released WhereChangeHappens, an action plan that calls for new investments in […]Continue readingChampions Call for Increased Funding for Mental Health and Addictions Care
Chatham-Kent: February 21, 2018 — Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA), in partnership with the Canadian Mental Health Association Lambton Kent (CMHA LK), are delighted to announce that all outpatient mental health services will be moving to 240 Grand Avenue West, CMHA LK’s current location. The move, scheduled for March, will provide more convenient access to mental […]Continue readingNews Release – Chatham-Kent Health Alliance’s Mental Health Out-Patient Services Moving to Co-locate with Canadian Mental Health Association Lambton Kent at Grand Avenue Location
Toronto, ON – The Ontario Hockey League, in association with the Canadian Mental Health Association, and Teachers Life, are teaming up to raise awareness about the importance of mental health during upcoming OHL games throughout the month of February. The awareness campaign is part of the ongoing commitment by OHL clubs, local CMHA Ontario […]Continue readingFebruary is TalkToday Month across the OHL
For decades, mental health and addictions services in communities throughout Ontario have been chronically underfunded compared to other parts of the health system. The result: it’s impossible to meet the needs of Ontarians. Wait times are up. Programs have been cut. People are falling through the cracks. But we’re on the cusp of something big. […]Continue readingJoin CMHA in the Call to Erase the Difference
Opioid overdoses and life-saving naloxone are frightening and serious subjects. But a new easy-to-understand resource can help organizations and the average person identify the signs of an opioid-overdose and how to deliver potentially life-saving naloxone. Reducing Harms: Recognizing and Responding to Opioid Overdoses in Your Organization is particularly useful for community groups who work with […]Continue readingNew Toolkit Helps in The Fight Against Opioid Overdoses
Check out the How to Use Be Safe and print your own Personal Safety Plan in the Be Safe Pocket Guide – Chatham Kent or Be Safe Pocket Guide – Sarnia Lambton. View our training webinar on using the app in your practice. Be Safe was created by a dedicated team of youth, mindyourmind, the Centre for Addiction and Mental […]Continue readingBe Safe: Get The App Today!
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