The Board of Directors, Management and Staff of the Canadian Mental Health Association – Thunder Bay Branch wish everyone a safe, healthy and happy holiday season! Filled with everything that brings you joy! We also realize that this time of year can be challenging for some. We want to remind you that our Crisis […]Continue readingHappy Holidays!
Talk Today is a mental health education program CMHA Ontario specifically designed for OHL players and staff to help identify and deal with mental health issues. Read more for details.Toronto, ON – The Ontario Hockey League (OHL) and Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Ontario today announced a new partnership and launch of a new initiative […]Continue readingOHL and CMHA partner to launch “Talk Today”
May 5-11, 2014 Tell Us How You Really Feel CMHA wants to know, “Are you phine or fine?” To mark the beginning of our 63rd Annual Mental Health Week (MHW), we are launching our first-ever Be Mind Full initiative. As part of this new initiative, a campaign begins today that is asking Canadians how […]Continue readingIt’s Mental Health Week!
The Gold Exchange 899 Tungsten Street – 345-4888 10 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday Mention CMHA Thunder Bay at the Thunder Bay Gold Exchange, and they will donate the equivalent of 10% of the value of any gold you sell! Plus, earn 1 Air Miles Reward Mile for every $20 that you sell. […]Continue readingThunder Bay Gold Exchange Fundraiser
The release of CMHA’s 2012-13 Annual Report showcases how CMHA’s ambitious strategic plan has come to life. Read the full report on the CMHA National website. The release of CMHA’s 2012-13 Annual Report showcases how CMHA’s ambitious strategic plan has come to life. The real work has now begun to achieve our strategic goals and strengthen […]Continue readingCMHA’s strategic plan comes to life: Annual Report now available
Recycle your used/old mobile phones at CMHA locations in your community or at your local Bell store.By recycling their mobile devices through the Bell Blue Box Program, Canadians can support mental health initiatives while helping the environment. The program provides Canadians with an environmentally responsible way of disposing of their used mobile phones, batteries and […]Continue readingBell launches Bell Blue Box Program across Canada during Mental Illness Awareness Week
October 1-31 2013 DefeatDepression.ca is holding a National Defeat Depression campaign throughout October. Read more for information on how to host your own “mini event”.Defeat Depression events are being held in Canada during the month of October 2013. FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT: http://mdsc.akaraisin.com The below has been excerpted from http://mdsc.akaraisin.com: About the Defeat Depression Campaign The […]Continue readingDefeatDepression.ca launches 2013 “Move for Mental Health” Campaign
After more than three decades as executive director of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Thunder Bay branch, Maurice Fortin has announced his retirement effective December 2013. Read more for details and full press release. Maurice has served the branch for 31 years, 27 of those as the organization’s first and only Executive Director. “When I started as a […]Continue readingExecutive Director Maurice Fortin to retire from CMHA Thunder Bay Branch
Campaign aims to raise awareness and funds in support of workplace mental health. Visit SUPPORT ENGAGE INVEST Support a psychologically healthy work environment in your organization by engaging employees with the campaign during May-June and using the guidelines, tools and resources provided. Become an ‘Not Myself Today @ Work’ partner and show your support by […]Continue readingCMHA and Partners for Mental Health launch “Not Myself Today” campaign
CMHA encourages all Canadians to increase the volume and frequency of conversations about mental health in communities across the country on Bell Let’s Talk Day. February 12, 2013 is the third annual Bell Let’s Talk Day, and CMHA is encouraging Canadians across the country to text, call and tweet in support of this important awareness […]Continue readingBell Lets Talk Day 2013