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Try simple, helpful methods to manage mental health during this stay-at-home period
8 April 2021

With news of today’s stay-at-home order, Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Thunder Bay reminds people that they can take some simple and basic steps to help them manage their mental…

Resources for Crisis – Ontario
14 December 2020

Online, on the phone or in person, programs and services are available to ensure Ontarians get the crisis supports they need during #COVID19: https://bit.ly/3mp0RJJ or contact our local office at:…

New CMHA toolkit supports employees, employers with planning psychologically-safe return to the workplace
20 August 2020

As Ontario’s economy gradually re-opens during the COVID-19 pandemic, a new toolkit is now available to support employers and employees in navigating the mental health implications of returning to physical…

Here to help you through COVID-19 – Social Connection Resources
12 May 2020

With the Easter long weekend upon us, here is a wonderful resource shared from CMHA Hamilton to download and take advantage of for online services to help support mental wellness…

New Foundations Program Update – Intake and Member Services Available
7 May 2020

Although the New Foundations day program continues to be closed during this time, they are still available to provide information and support to its members. New Foundations provide employment, education,…

COVID 19 Resource Directory for Service Providers
23 April 2020

The following resource directory is a compilation of several local, regional, provincial and national COVID-19-related resources. Topics include: Stay Up to Date on the Latest COVID-19 Information Health Sector Resources…

CMHA’s BounceBack key part of expanded mental health supports available to all Ontarians during COVID-19 pandemic
7 April 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CMHA’s BounceBack key part of expanded mental health supports available to all Ontarians during COVID-19 pandemic THUNDER BAY, ON, (April 7, 2020): To help Ontarians navigating the…

Statement from CMHA branches several weeks after COVID-19 began impacting service delivery
31 March 2020

The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) network consists of nearly 30 branches across the province that provide community-based clinical and social services to Ontarians living with mental health and addictions…

We’ve Listened! Enhanced Thunder Bay and District Community Consultations Report Now Available
13 May 2019

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…

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