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Date: May 28, 2015
Time: 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm (EST)
CMHA Ontario staff participated in a workshop titled “Combat Stress and Express Yourself through Art” today over the lunch hour as part of the workplace celebration of Mental Health Week.
CMHA Ontario has released a new issue of its Network magazine. Network brings together different perspectives on issues important to everyone with an interest or involvement in community mental health.
Highlights of the new issue include:
- An interview with the Ministry of Children and Youth Services on Moving on Mental Health government plan
- An examination of how CMHAs are at the centre of innovative training approaches and unique partnerships with police and other social service agencies to ensure people in crisis receive appropriate care.
- An update from Health Quality Ontario, the government agency tasked with improving our health care system using data, public reporting and quality measures.
- A feature on how a walk in the woods can boost your mood and create social connections
- A case study of how one CMHA branch tackled the problem of housing barriers for persons with lived experience of mental health issues
(Toronto – May 4, 2015) – The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) and Dr. Eric Hoskins, Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, today marked Mental Health Week (May 4 to 10) at Queen’s Park by unveiling Ontario’s first roving comprehensive health clinic for youth.
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.
Ontario is launching consultations for a renewed Long-Term Affordable Housing Strategy to support the province’s goals of improving outcomes for people and ending homelessness. The Consultation Discussion Guide outlines the progress of the current strategy, future goals and areas where more input from partners is needed. Participants can submit their views to the government online, by telephone or in writing by July 3, 2015.