Crisis Response is temporarily closed due to sewer infrastructure issues. All services at this time are temporarily shut down until an alternative location is secured for services. If you or someone you know is in a crisis, please call 911. Thank you for your patience and we will continue to provide updates to […]Continue readingCrisis Response is temporarily closed. Please call 911.
CMHA Thunder Bay joins individuals and organizations around the globe in celebrating International Self-Care Day on July 24, which aims to raise public awareness of the importance of self-care to stay healthy and prevent or delay illness. This year’s choice of themes includes ‘Self-Care is for Life,’ ‘Get Better with Self-Care’ and “Treat Yourself to […]Continue readingCMHA Thunder Bay Recognizes International Self-Care Day on July 24
June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day. This is a day for all Canadians to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. Although these groups share many similarities, they each have their own distinct heritage, language, cultural practices and spiritual beliefs. In cooperation with Indigenous organizations, the Government of […]Continue readingCMHA celebrates National Indigenous People’s Day!
We are happy to announce our crisis response lines are now restored. If you are in a crisis, please contact: Thunder Bay: 807-346-8282 District / Toll-Free: 1-888-269-3100Continue readingCrisis Response Phone Lines Are Now Restored
We are experiencing issues with our crisis response phones and they are periodically down at the moment. Our service provider is working diligently to fix the issue so that we can be back in touch. Thank you for your patience. Continue readingCrisis Response Phone Lines Are Periodically Down
CMHA Thunder Bay joins individuals and organizations worldwide to celebrate the history, courage, and diversity of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer-identified (LGBTQ) individuals for Pride Month in June. While Pride festivals across the province recognize Ontario’s vibrant and creative LGBTQ communities, it’s important to note that LGBTQ individuals continue to face specific mental health […]Continue readingCMHA celebrates Pride
In 2018, the Thunder Bay Mental Health and Addictions Network identified a community-based crisis centre as a service system priority. In order to better understand how such a service could be developed to best meet the needs of the community, CMHA Thunder Bay solicited input from service providers, people with lived experience, and families through […]Continue readingWe’ve Listened! Enhanced Thunder Bay and District Community Consultations Report Now Available
CMHA Thunder Bay is excited to announce the appointment of incoming Director of Program Services, Tiffany Stubbings effective immediately.Continue readingCMHA Thunder Bay Welcomes New Director of Program Services
Every day, more than 3 million Ontarians provide support to loved ones facing illnesses, mental health issues, disabilities or challenges associated with aging. On April 3, CMHA [BRANCH] joins organizations and communities across the province for Family Caregiver Day, an annual event to recognize and celebrate the value of caregivers to Ontario’s families, health care […]Continue readingCMHA recognizes the value of family caregivers
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