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The Canadian Mental Health Association, Thunder Bay Branch, is dedicated to enhancing and promoting the mental health of individuals, families and community through advocacy, education and mental health services.

Help us support our vision of quality mental health programs and services in our community — volunteer your time!


Volunteer for the Board of Directors

The Canadian Mental Health Association, Thunder Bay Branch, is currently seeking applicants for the Board of Directors. Be an effective community leader. Join our growing organization and support the vision of quality mental health programs and services in our community. We need people with skills and interest in finance, policy development, public relations, advocacy, business, psychiatry, social, medicine and other areas. Add your talents to our vision. Orientation and training are provided.

For more information call: Christina Whatley or Bernice McArdle at 345-5564.

Recruitment Advertisement: Open Ended
Open-Ended Board of Directors Recruitment Posting


Volunteer for Special Events and Fundraising

The Canadian Mental Health Association Thunder Bay Branch and the Children’s Centre Foundation – Thunder Bay are recruiting new members to the Excellent Society to assist with awareness raising, fundraising and the hosting of our signature event Styles & Smiles which will be held on Thursday, March 9, 2017.

For further information about joining the Styles & Smiles planning committee, becoming a member of the Excellent Society or attending this outstanding event please contact:

Elly Tose at .

The Canadian Mental Health Association, Thunder Bay Branch is also in need of 6 to 8 volunteers to assist with monthly Bingos at Superior Shores Gaming. Volunteers must be 18 years of age, need to attend a free one-hour training session from 7:00 to 8:00 pm on Monday, Nov. 28th and be willing to volunteer 2 to 4 hours per month according to the schedule Superior Shores Gaming provides CMHA.

If you are interested in helping the Canadian Mental Health Association achieve its mission and fulfill its vision by ensuring it has sustainable funding please contact:

Elly Tose at

 Please note: CMHA is not able to provide transportation. Volunteers must be able to get to and from all volunteer training, scheduled shifts and events on their own.

CMHA Thunder Bay Branch has adopted the Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement.



For further information about CMHA’s volunteer partner, Volunteer Thunder Bay, click here.