FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Schools teach music, math and coding—why not empathy, tenacity and self-esteem? Canadian Mental Health Association calls for new mental health promotion strategy to get out in front of mental illness. TORONTO (ONTARIO) May 6, 2019 – To mark its 68th annual Mental Health Week, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) calls for a national mental health promotion strategy to help shore […]Continue readingMental Health Promotion paper
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Honours Mentally Healthy Workplaces Wajax Receives CMHA’s 2019 Workplace Excellence Award VANCOUVER (B.C.) March 12, 2019: One of Canada’s leading industrial products and service providers, Wajax, today received the CMHA 2019 Workplace Excellence Award in recognition of its unwavering commitment to fostering a safe and supportive work culture for its employees. The annual award […]Continue readingCanadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Honours Mentally Healthy Workplaces
The survey is now closed. Being an entrepreneur comes with unique stressors and challenges. Business owners tend to face high workloads and feel pressure to develop expertise in all areas of business including finance, marketing, operations and more. It’s because of these unique career challenges that CMHA is conducting the first nationwide research on entrepreneurs’ […]Continue readingOnline Survey: Entrepreneurs’ Mental Health
With an estimated one million Canadians struggling with Eating Disorders, we simply can’t afford to wait. That’s the theme this year for Eating Disorders Awareness Week (EDAW), which runs annually from February 1-7. EDAW urges Canadians to raise awareness about the causes, prevalence and impact of Eating Disorders. Eating Disorders affect people of all genders, […]Continue reading5 Ways to Take Action for Eating Disorders Awareness Week
Is Blue Monday really the most depressing day of the year? Not scientifically speaking, no. It was actually a marketing strategy created to encourage people to go on vacation in January. What is very real, however, is Seasonal Affective Disorder, and so are the “winter blues.” As days get shorter, darker, and colder, it’s quite common to notice a shift in mood. In Canada, […]Continue readingBlue Monday – Myth or Fact?
STATEMENT Canadian Mental Health Association and its Centre for Suicide Prevention Respond to CCA Report on Medical Assistance in Dying Calgary, AB, December 17, 2018: The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) and the Centre for Suicide Prevention (CSP), a branch of CMHA, commend the Canadian Council of the Academies (CCA) for not recommending, in its […]Continue readingCMHA and its CSP Respond to CCA Report on Medical Assistance in Dying
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Canada must treat opioid use as a health issue, not a criminal matter. The Canadian Mental Health Association calls for care not corrections to relieve opioid crisis TORONTO (ONTARIO) April 17, 2018 – According to a new national policy paper released today by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), decriminalization is key […]Continue readingCMHA Opioid Policy – Media Release