In an abundance of caution amid public concern related to the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Ontario Division’s office is now closed while its staff continues to work from home.
The health and safety of CMHA clients and staff remains our priority as we continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and find the best and safest way to continue our advocacy work and provide support to our local branches across the province.
Like all Ontarians, we’re following advice from local, provincial and national health authorities to help stop the spread of this virus. We’ll continue to monitor all the developments of COVID-19 and will provide further updates if and when necessary.
In the meantime, individuals looking for more information about CMHA Ontario or community based services are encouraged to browse www.ontario.cmha.ca or search for their local branch. Please note many branches are also altering their service delivery in the interest of public health and safety, and clients are urged to contact their local branch directly to find out how they may receive support at this time.
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Furthermore, CMHA recognizes that at this time of uncertainty, symptoms of anxiety and depression may be exacerbated. We’ve provided five basic tips that may help individuals experiencing heightened mental health concerns to remain calm and balanced as this public health situation unfolds.