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The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Thunder Bay is pleased to receive a $20,000 grant from the Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund to support a new training program to further entrench itself as a local agency that is delivering a positive impact in the community.
Media are invited to a funding announcement in support of an initiative to enhance the reach and impact of the CMHA Thunder Bay branch.
Be mind full and become a Champion for Mental Health by donating to CMHA Thunder Bay on Giving Tuesday.
“There is a great deal of unmapped country within us, which would have to be taken into account in an exploration of our gusts and storms.” George Elliot, English novelist.
World Suicide Prevention Day is presented annually by the International Association for Suicide Prevention and is aimed at spreading awareness and breaking the silence about this issue.
Bay Meats Butcher Shop and Canadian Tire Thunder Centre representatives pick the winning ticket for $1,000 Sizzling Summer Barbeque Raffle prize package, drawn Friday, August 12th.
CMHA Thunder Bay has had a partnership with the City of Thunder Bay Transit Department since 2002. On Aug. 2, the partnership expanded and CMHA Thunder Bay’s TEP Program will now be servicing more than 120 bus shelters, which are up from 35.
Take someone out to the ballgame on July 21st in support of your local CMHA branch & maybe you can be the next 50/50 winner!
May 6 & 7, 2016
An inspiring afternoon of learning with Tommy Rosen showed participants how to help others overcome addictions of every kind. The workshop included an innovative approach where deeper levels of detoxification and transformation allow people to move beyond addiction and thrive through a holistic transformative process of recovery.
CMHA has created the CMHA Fort McMurray Mental Health Fund in response to the fires that have devastated that community. Canadians have already generously supported disaster relief for the people of Fort McMurray. We are asking you to please give again, this time for mental health.
January 20, 2017
An introduction to CMHA Thunder Bay branch for staff, community partners, and clients/members. Please register by calling Bernice: 345-5564