An annual event on preventing overdose is more pertinent than ever this year in Ontario. There is an estimated opioid related overdose death every 14 hours in Ontario. To combat this crisis, CMHA Ontario joins individuals and organizations in recognizing International Overdose Awareness Day (IAOD) on August 31. IAOD aims to raise awareness of overdose […]Continue readingOverdose is preventable: Know the Signs International Overdose Awareness Day August 31
Special Thanks to Captain Kidd Days and James Snider for organizing fundraising events to spread awareness about mental health and challenge stigma while raising funds to support CMHA LK! Check out these upcoming events in our community this summer. Captain Kidd Days is this weekend from Friday August 3-Sunday August 6. Bright’s Grove Music Fest […]Continue readingCommunity Fundraising Events In Support of CMHA LK
Thank You for your donation to CMHA LK Kim and Brent Shaw! Proceeds from a recent golf tournament held in June in Brantford Ontario in memory of Kim and Brent’s daughter,Stephanie Shaw, were recently donated to CMHA LK in support of the Preventative Education Program. Thank You Kim and Brent for the $2038 donation.Continue readingThank You Kim and Brent Shaw
Special thanks to Mike Neuts and the Make Children Better Now Foundation for the donations received at Ride Don’t Hide for CMHA Lambton Kent and Access Open Minds. Your continued support of Ride Don’t Hide and Access Open Minds is greatly appreciated! Thank You! Receiving the donations from Mike Neuts (centre) is Alan Stevenson, CEO, […]Continue readingThank You Make Children Better Now Foundation
From September 18 to the 20, the Canadian Mental Health Association will be hosting the second annual Mental Health for All Conference at the Hilton Toronto. Brought to you in partnership with the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) and the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA), this unique forum in the […]Continue readingPlan to attend the Second Annual Mental Health for All Conference
July 24 is International Self-Care Day, which aims to raise public awareness of the importance of self-care to stay healthy and prevent or delay illness. Established in 2011 by the International Self-Care Foundation (ISCF), Self-Care Day aims to raise public awareness of the importance of self-care to stay healthy and prevent or delay illness. Self-care […]Continue readingToday is International Self-Care Day!
“(This event) inspires courage and strength in the face of adversity and the message is one of personal achievement, rather than limitations of an illness.” Russell Luyt Read more about Russell’s experience and involvement in Ride Don’t Hide here: rdh-is-important-to-russellContinue readingCMHA’s Ride Don’t Hide Is Important To Me
Lambton Kent riders took part in Canada’s largest mental health bike ride, breaking down stigma and building a community of hope on June 25, 2017. Thank you to all community participants, CMHA staff, volunteers, sponsors and community supporters of Ride Don’t Hide. “It is so inspiring to see Canadians coming out in the thousands to support […]Continue readingThank You Lambton Kent
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!
CMHA LK Annual Report 2013 – 2014 CMHA LK Annual Report 2014 2015 – English CMHA LK Annual Report 2014 2015 – French CMHA LK Annual Report 2015 2016 – English CMHA LK Annual Report 2015 2016 – French CMHA LK Annual Report 2016 2017 – EnglishContinue readingAnnual Reports