August 31, 2021: International Overdose Awareness Day is the world’s largest annual campaign to end overdose, remember without stigma those who have died and acknowledge the grief of the family and friends left behind. Time to Remember. Time to Act. International Overdose Awareness Day spreads the message that the tragedy of overdose death is preventable. Make a […]Continue readingInternational Overdose Awareness Day: August 31
September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day. Join the Niagara Suicide Prevention Coalition (NSPC) to recognize World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD), which is recognized globally each year on September 10th. Help raise awareness about WSPD and to engage in the conversation about suicide by participating in the events listed below. According to statistics from Niagara […]Continue readingWorld Suicide Prevention Day: September 10
Sep 7, 2021 MEDIA ADVISORY For immediate release: Tuesday, September 7, 2021 The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is hosting a free, virtual discussion on mental health during the campaign period for the 44th federal election with award-winning journalist, André Picard, and candidates from all parties with seats in the House of Commons. COVID-19 has had a devastating […]Continue readingCMHA to Host All-Party Panel on Mental Health
EVENT UPDATE: Demand has been so great that all 150 packages have been SOLD OUT!! Thank you for your support Niagara! From August 11 until September 6 (or while quantities last!), when you purchase a $50 self-care package (retail value of over $125), not only do you get a fantastic collection of curated products to […]Continue readingHelp Yourself. Help Others.
The Outlet Collection at Niagara believes that sharing is caring. From August 11 until September 6 (or while quantities last!), when you purchase a $50 self-care package (retail value over $125), not only do you get a fantastic collection of curated products to make you feel your best, but you’re also helping to donate to […]Continue readingHelp Yourself. Help Others.
Register now for the Provincial HSJCC 2021 Conference Community Justice: Transforming Practices in a New World, which will be held virtually from November 16 – 17, 2021. The conference is the network’s premiere educational event, bringing together over 400 professionals from across the human services and justice sector to share promising practices, build cross-sector networks […]Continue readingRegistration is open for the Provincial HSJCC 2021 Virtual Conference
If you are looking for an afternoon of fun for the whole family, sign up for “Mini-Golf for Mental Health” on Sunday, August 15 from 1 pm to 3 pm at Brock Golf Course, 2745 Merrittville Hwy, Fonthill. Event organizers Darryl Murphy, of Coldwell Banker and Joshua Young, Mortgage Agent at Motivva Mortgages, are hosting […]Continue readingMini-Golf for Mental Health Event
CMHA Niagara is proud to share information about Wellness Together Canada – Canada’s first and only online platform offering free immediate mental health and substance use support for people of all ages. Help is just one click away. WellnessTogether.ca. Now more than ever, the mental health of people across Canada is being challenged. The COVID-19 […]Continue readingWellness Together Canada: Help is just a click away!
International Self-Care Day is a worldwide campaign held annually on July 24th as a reminder that the benefits of self-care are experienced 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It celebrates the importance of self-care and encourages the public to practice responsible self-care. Beneath the surface: Self-care myths and facts Over the years, […]Continue readingSelf-care Day is Saturday, July 24
In honour of the children who died at residential schools and in recognition of the survivors and their families, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) will be changing the colour of its logo to orange until Orange Shirt Day on September 30. Beyond the symbolic, the orange logo also signifies our commitment to reconciliation with […]Continue readingA logo for reconciliation: CMHA shows solidarity with Indigenous peoples in Canada