To help Ontarians navigating the difficult realities in the wake of COVID-19, the Ontario government has announced an expansion of online and virtual mental health supports, including Canadian Mental Health Association’s BounceBack program. BounceBack is available now, free of charge, to help people experiencing mild to moderate anxiety, stress and other mental health challenges associated […]Continue readingCMHA’s BounceBack key part of expanded mental health supports available to all Ontarians during COVID-19 pandemic
In the wake of COVID-19, Canadians are facing a new reality of social distancing, self-quarantining and isolation in order to protect public health and safety. These new circumstances may lead individuals with mental health concerns into heightened symptoms of anxiety and depression. In what may be a difficult time for many, the Canadian Mental Health […]Continue readingTips to manage mental health during COVID-19
COVID-19 – CMHA Lambton Kent’s Response to COVID-19 – March 23, 2020 Continue readingPublic Statement – COVID-19
Are you a new mom? Just starting post-secondary school? Recovering from drug or alcohol addiction? Recently lost your job? Going through a divorce? Dealing with chronic pain or a chronic illness? Suffering from the loss of a loved one? This list goes on and on of the types of situations people find themselves in that […]Continue readingFree provincial program now available to help manage depression and anxiety
Sarnia-Lambton Showcased at Global Healthcare Conference – Feb 5 Patients and families benefit from integrated suite of tools in mental health and addictions careContinue readingSarnia-Lambton Showcased at Global Healthcare Conference
The annual Orange Shirt Day on September 30th opens the door to global conversation on all aspects of Residential Schools. It is an opportunity to create meaningful discussion about the effects of Residential Schools and the legacy they have left behind. A discussion all Canadians can tune into and create bridges with each other for […]Continue readingCMHA LK Staff Support Orange Shirt Day
Thank you to all the 2019 riders, donors, volunteers and sponsors who supported Ride Don’t Hide to bring mental health into the open. Together we have raised over $55,000! Ride Don’t Hide raises awareness and funds that will make a significant impact in our community. The funds raised support vital services and programs such as […]Continue readingConnected We Are Stronger!
A new, free resource is now available to help Ontario businesses looking for ways to address mental health in the workplace. Mental Health Works – a national social enterprise led by Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario Division – has launched Mental Health in the Workplace: An Accommodation Guide for Managers and Staff to help employers […]Continue readingNew, free guide to help Ontario businesses address mental health in the workplace
We are pleased to present an interactive virtual timeline featuring key milestones from CMHA’s 100-year history. Scroll through and click the headings for an expanded description of events that shaped CMHA, and made it the truly national, community mental health association that it is today. [Learn about our history]Continue readingCurious about the history of CMHA and how it all started?
Accreditation is an internationally recognized evaluation system that the Canadian Mental Health Association uses to make sure we continue to meet evolving care standards and provide the highest level of quality care possible. Being accredited means that we have been assessed by the third party organization, Accreditation Canada, and have proven ourselves to […]Continue readingPassion for Quality: CMHA Lambton Kent Accredited with Exemplary Standing