The Nutrition Resource Centre (NRC), CMHA Ontario and other partners invite you to submit an abstract for presentation at the 2017 conference Should We Mind? Why Nutrition Matters for Mental Health, taking place November 9, 2017 in Toronto.
The province will fund a $2.5 million plan for Ottawa to address the city’s opioid crisis, Premier Kathleen Wynne announced this week at a meeting with Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson.
More than 70 people attended the Mood Walks Summit to discuss key outcomes from the project and explore new ideas around diversity and inclusion, youth engagement, and campus mental health.
The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care hosted a webinar on Feb. 27 about the progress on the Patients First: Action Plan for Health Care outlining the major areas of implementation focus for this work since the passing of the Patients First Act.
The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care will host a webinar on the implementation progress of Patients First: Action Plan for Health Care on Feb. 27. The session will be hosted by Dr. Bob Bell, Deputy Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, and Nancy Naylor, Associate Deputy Minister, Delivery and Implementation. A question-and-answer session follows.
To close the gap in supportive housing, Ontario needs to create at least 30,000 units of supportive housing over the 10 years.
The Mental Health and Addictions Leadership Advisory Council has identified youth, housing, quality and Indigenous partnerships as the four key areas of progress in 2016.
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Ontario commends the provincial government for its $140-million investment in mental health, while also recognizing the need for increased funding and enhanced services.