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CMHA recognizes World Schizophrenia Awareness Day 
May 24th, 2024

CMHA-CT recognizes May 24th as Early Psychosis and Schizophrenia Awareness Day dedicated to supporting individuals living with early psychosis and schizophrenia to reach their full potential. Schizophrenia affects approximately 20…

CMHA recognizes International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia 
May 17th, 2024

This May 17, CMHA-CT joins individuals and organizations worldwide to recognize International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia (IDAHOTB).  The 2SLGBTQIA+ community faces a range of mental health challenges due…

Join CMHA-CT as we observe Red Dress Day on May 5th
May 5th, 2024

Content warning: This message refers to colonial and gender-based violence. CMHA-CT recognizes May 5 as the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirit People…

CMHA-CT is hiring!
Apr 18th, 2024

See our recruitment poster here. Are you passionate about working in social services? Looking for employment in the Cochrane-Timiskaming region? Perhaps working with our organization is your next adventure! CMHA-CT…

CMHA-CT Achieves Accreditation with Exemplary Standing
Nov 9th, 2023

“Accreditation Canada is a global, not-for-profit organization that works alongside federally recognized health and social service organizations looking to achieve the highest standards of care for their community members. In…

Understanding and Coping with Climate Anxiety
Apr 22nd, 2024

The growing Climate Crisis is having a profound impact on people’s mental health in the form of climate anxiety. Each day, more stories emerge about the effects of climate change….

CMHA Celebrates National Volunteer Week 2024
Apr 15th, 2024

This week, CMHA-CT joins organizations across the country in celebrating Canada’s 13 million volunteers during National Volunteer Week. This year’s theme is “Every Moment Matters.” It highlights the importance of…

CMHA Supports International Transgender Day of Visibility
Mar 28th, 2024

On March 31, CMHA-CT celebrates International Transgender Day of Visibility, an event recognizing the resilience and accomplishments of the transgender community. A transgender person is someone whose gender identity is…

World Sleep Day Highlights Importance of Sleep for Health
Mar 11th, 2024

World Sleep Day highlights importance of sleep for health CMHA is recognizing World Sleep Day on March 15 to remind Ontarians that sleep is important for mental health and well-being….

We’ve Reached a Resolution!
Mar 8th, 2024

CMHA-CT is happy to announce that we have reached a deal with the Ontario Public Services Employees Union (OPSEU) – Local 631. We are looking forward to having our staff…

Tips to Shake Off the Winter Blues
Jan 15th, 2024

As the cold winter days grow shorter, Ontarians may find themselves lacking energy and feeling “blue.” Winter blues is a term that is commonly used to describe a mild form…

Northeastern Ontario Structured Psychotherapy Program
Dec 5th, 2023

If you are an adult experiencing depression or anxiety-related concerns, help is available. You may be eligible for support through the Ontario Structured Psychotherapy Program, which includes self-led resources guided…

CMHA celebrates International Day of Persons with Disabilities
Dec 3rd, 2023

As we commemorate the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) on December 3rd, CMHA-CT recognizes that inclusivity extends beyond physical accessibility. It includes the mental and emotional health of…

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