The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) and the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) officially partnered on May 24, 2016 , expanding the mental health and suicide-awareness program Talk Today. CMHA Central Alberta Region is pleased to be working with the Red Deer Rebels for our first Talk Today event on Saturday, February 25, 2017
CMHA Central Alberta Region is delighted to be an active participant in 2017 Bell Let’s Talk, which takes place on Wednesday, January 25. It’s a great day to start a conversation about mental health and fighting stigma in your school, workplace or community.
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CMHA Central Alberta Region Supports Mental Illness Awareness Week October 2-8
Download PDF: Mental Illness Awareness Week 2016
CMHA Central Alberta offers both daytime and evening courses and workshops. Here is a sneak-peak at the upcoming fall schedule for three of our most popular courses: Art of Friendship; Wellness Recovery Action Planning; and Living Life to the Full.
Download PDF: Fall Courses at CMHA Central Alberta
We all want to do our part to help those who have been impacted by disaster. It is important to remember this includes helping ourselves!
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA)-Central Alberta is a not for profit organization with over 50 years of experience helping vulnerable people in our community. We are a growing organization focused on forward thinking, community building, and changing the conversation around mental health.
CMHA, The Alberta Teacher’s Association and Global Television partner together throughout the year to raise awareness of mental health. This year, ATA Local 80 conducted their first ever fundraising bondspiel in March, and then presented the cheque to CMHA Executive Director Trish McAllister-Hall on May 4 in celebration of Hat’s On for Mental Health 2016.
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CMHA’s 65th annual Mental Health Week is fast approaching (May 2-8). And again this year, CMHA is asking Canadians to GET LOUD for mental health!
Get Loud for CMHA’s 65th annual Mental Health Week!
Three great CMHA courses will begin in the next few weeks: Living Life to the Full; Art of Friendship; and Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP). Education at CMHA can make a difference! Call our office at 403-342-2266 for more information and to register.
CMHA Alberta Division has created this brief guide for people who have become unemployed.
Hundreds of Albertans are losing their jobs in the current economic downturn. The impacts of job loss are far more than just a matter of lost income. For many people job loss generates anxiety and uncertainty that can impact their mental health.