CMHA York Region and South Simcoe now offers an innovative way to meet the confidential health-care needs of youth in a safe, non-judgmental environment. The CMHA branch launched a first-of-its-kind mobile clinic last week, disguised as a graffiti-tagged RV.
CMHA Ontario CEO Camille Quenneville recently hosted an evening production of Days of Wine and Roses, a 1958 teleplay currently running at the Hart House Theatre. The play features an all-recovery cast and is a theatrical fundraiser for the Renascent Foundation, a leading abstinence based residential treatment facility in Toronto.
As part of the 2015 budget announcement, Finance Minister Charles Souse included the creation of a new courthouse in downtown Toronto.. The courthouse will aim to consolidate 5 Ontario Court of Justice and Superior Court of Justice courthouses across the Greater Toronto Area including:
- 777 College St. at College Park
- 1911 Eglinton Ave. E.
- 1000 Finch Ave. W., North York
- 2201 Finch Ave. W., North York
- Old City Hall, the 1899 E.J. Lennox-designed landmark owned by the city.
CMHA Ontario is hosting a series of mental health and addictions related training opportunities on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 as part of the first-ever CMHA Ontario Division conference. Sessions include training in Trauma Informed Care, Mental Health Works, Mood Walks, and Motivational Interviewing.
The Canadian Mental Health Association, Windsor-Essex County Branch (CMHA-WECB) is delighted to announce that Claudia den Boer Grima is the new CEO effective April 6, 2015.
On May 6-7, 2015, the University of Waterloo will host the first Canadian conference devoted to Healthy Parks Healthy People (HPHP), a worldwide movement to protect the Earth’s two most important assets.
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Muskoka Parry Sound has officially opened its doors as the organization’s 32nd branch in Ontario.
The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Sudbury-Manitoulin (SM) branch is receiving more than one million dollars from the North East Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) to fund a new harm reduction home for individuals who experience chronic homelessness and have substance use issues.