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January 22, 2016 CMHA Ontario addresses the province’s wage gap

Stigma, discrimination, stereotyping, and the lack of education and training opportunities are the main systemic barriers when it comes to the province’s wage gap in the workplace.

January 20, 2016 CMHA Ontario launches new phase of COIs

coiCMHA Ontario is pleased to continue its collaboration with the Evidence Exchange Network (EENet) to launch a new phase of work for a Community of Interest (CoI) on Racialized Populations and Mental Health and Addictions.

January 20, 2016 Help CMHA support Bell Let’s Talk Day!

Canadians from coast to coast will join the conversation again this year to help break down the stigma associated with mental illness.

January 14, 2016 Webinar Series: Enhancing our capacity to support refugees

Tkeyboard-supporto support the community mental health sector in responding to the needs of Syrian and other refugee populations, CMHA Ontario has developed four free webinars.

Anyone working in Ontario’s community mental health sector is welcome and encouraged to participate.  Each webinar is designed to provide people and organizations in our community mental health sector with information, tools and resources that can inform our work with margin
alized populations.

January 14, 2016 CMHA Ontario’s requests more resources from Minister of Finance

CMHA Ontario Pre Budget Submission 2016 coverIncreased funding for community mental health and addictions services, more resources to help data collection and quality improvement in the sector, and an increase in supportive housing stock were the CMHA Ontario’s key asks in this year’s provincial pre-budget submission.

January 14, 2016 CMHA speaks out against stigmatizing t-shirts

CMHA Ontario and mental health advocates across Canada spoke up against a selection of T-shirts being sold on Amazon which made light of suicide.

January 14, 2016 CMHA Ontario asks Ontario to enhance accessibility for people with mental health disabilities

In December, CMHA Ontario called on the Government of Ontario to enhance accessibility for people with mental health disabilities as it makes changes to the Customer Service Standard under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA).  Specifically, CMHA Ontario calls for these enhancements to provisions related to service animals, support persons and training:

  • Add social workers to the list of regulated professionals that can provide service animal documentation to people with disabilities
  • Remove the Customer Service Standard provisions which enable organizations to require people with disabilities to be accompanied with support persons for health and safety reasons
  • Require organizations to provide training on the Ontario Human Rights Code as well as the AODA.
January 14, 2016 London mental health centre making a difference

It didn’t take long for the new Mental Health and Addictions Crisis Centre to make its presence felt in London.

January 14, 2016 Training sessions: Data quality culture in community agencies

Participate in a training session to learn about the quality of the data your agency is gathering. These two-hour sessions will be taking place across the province.

January 14, 2016 Learn about the Ontario Perception of Care Tool for Mental Health and Addictions

Join the second webinar in the Ontario Drug Treatment Funding Program (DTFP) series and learn about how the Ontario Perception of Care Tool for Mental Health and Addictions (OPOC-MHA) will impact your programs and clients.