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CMHA Niagara locations closed April 8
27 March 2024

The Solar Eclipse (when the moon passes over the sun) on Monday, April 8, 2024, is expected to be a significant event in Niagara due to our region being in…

Wellness for All Event Raises $20,438 for CMHA Niagara
25 March 2024

A heartfelt thank you to all who supported the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Niagara Branch’s  “Wellness for All” event on February 27th, raising $20,438.10 to help strengthen mental wellness…

CMHA Supports International Transgender Day of Visibility
20 March 2024

On March 31, CMHA Niagara celebrates International Transgender Day of Visibility, an event recognizing the resilience and accomplishments of the transgender community. A transgender person is someone whose gender identity…

CMHA recognizes March as Problem Gambling Month
15 March 2024

March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month, an annual initiative to raise public awareness about the potential harms from gambling through prevention, treatment, referral and recovery services. With the increasing prevalence…

World Sleep Day highlights importance of sleep for health
14 March 2024

CMHA is recognizing World Sleep Day on March 15 to remind Ontarians that sleep is important for mental health and well-being. Studies show that insufficient sleep changes activity in some…

This International Women’s Day, CMHA encourages you to #InspireInclusion
8 March 2024

On March 8, CMHA Niagara is encouraging everyone to celebrate International Women’s Day 2024 by Inspiring Inclusion and acknowledging women’s equality. Encouraging recognition and appreciation of women’s inclusion includes assisting…

Protect your mental health online on Safer Internet Day
6 February 2024

On February 6, Canadians are recognizing Safer Internet Day – a day dedicated to promoting safer and more responsible use of the internet. CMHA Niagara wants to remind individuals, organizations…

Grant Thornton Foundation donates $48,000 to Support Mental Health and Addiction Initiatives in Southern Ontario
5 February 2024

(Toronto, February 2, 2024) – The Grant Thornton Foundation generously donated $48,000 to support four Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) agencies with their mental health and addiction initiatives across Southern…

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