Late this spring, NPLH Drilling and Kirkland Lake Gold each donated 10,000$ to the CMHA Cochrane-Timiskaming (CMHA-CT). This spring, we were contacted by NPLH Drilling with incredibly saddening news. The company experienced first-hand the importance of mental health and addictions supports when one of their own employees passed away due to a struggle with addictions. […]Continue readingNPLH Drilling and Kirkland Lake Gold each donate 10,000$ to the CMHA-CT
Ontarians feel anxious and crave real connection, but say they’re doing “fine”
For Mental Health Week, the Canadian Mental Health Association Cochrane Timiskaming Branch promotes social connection to protect mental health in these difficult times Timmins (ON) May 4, 2020 – Most Ontarians rely on shortcuts to describe their emotional state—even during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to new data released today by the Canadian Mental Health Association […]Continue readingOntarians feel anxious and crave real connection, but say they’re doing “fine”
Mental Health Supports Available to All Ontarians: CMHA BounceBack
CMHA’s BounceBack key part of expanded mental health supports available to all Ontarians during COVID-19 pandemic To help Ontarians navigating the difficult realities in the wake of COVID-19, the Ontario government has announced an expansion of online and virtual mental health supports, including Canadian Mental Health Association’s BounceBack program. BounceBack is available now, free of charge, […]Continue readingMental Health Supports Available to All Ontarians: CMHA BounceBack
Understanding social distancing and the importance of social connection
To slow the spread of COVID-19, the main recommendation from government and health officials at this time is “social distancing,” but this term may be a bit of a misnomer. For individuals with mental health concerns who have a tendency to socially isolate themselves already, it’s important to understand that social distancing doesn’t mean to […]Continue readingUnderstanding social distancing and the importance of social connection
Tips to manage mental health through COVID-19 pandemic
CMHA offers tips to manage mental health through COVID-19 pandemic In the wake of COVID-19, Canadians are facing a new reality of social distancing, self-quarantining and isolation in order to protect public health and safety. These new circumstances may lead individuals with mental health concerns into heightened symptoms of anxiety and depression. In what may […]Continue readingTips to manage mental health through COVID-19 pandemic
COVID-19 – Update on our Services
01.05.2022 Media ReleaseContinue readingCOVID-19 – Update on our Services
Media Statement Regarding VAW Services
It’s with disappointment that we distribute this statement, however, CMHA Cochrane Timiskaming felt it necessary to provide media with our position in light of disappointing tactics taken by OPSEU Local 631 over the last seven days. Local 631’s news release of Aug. 1 and interviews their leadership have given to media have created unwarranted concern […]Continue readingMedia Statement Regarding VAW Services
Together, we are enhancing geriatric psychiatry services in Timiskaming!
North Bay Regional Health Centre’s North East Behavioural Supports Ontario (NE BSO) and Seniors’ Mental Health Regional Consultation Service is delighted to announce an exciting rural service enhancement to our existing partnership with the Northern Ontario Francophone Psychiatrist Program (NOFPP). Commencing the week of February 6, 2017, Specialty Geriatric Psychiatry consultations will be provided on […]Continue readingTogether, we are enhancing geriatric psychiatry services in Timiskaming!