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Two-day event celebrates the individuals and organizations helping to achieve psychological health and safety for all in the workplace.
Vancouver – The power of the individual to improve mental health in the workplace is the focus of the 13th annual Bottom Line Conference, the Canadian Mental Health Association’s national forum on workplace mental health, to be held February 23 and 24 at the Marriott Pinnacle in Vancouver.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau candidly shared his personal experiences of mental health issues with CTV’s the Social this week.
CMHA’s 65th annual Mental Health Week is fast approaching (May 2-8). And again this year, CMHA is asking Canadians to GET LOUD for mental health!
And we need your help! #GETLOUD for increased mental health funding!
Canadians from coast to coast will join the conversation again this year to help break down the stigma associated with mental illness.
On February 23-24, 2016, CMHA will host Canada’s top workplace mental health conference in Vancouver, British Columbia. The 13th annual Bottom Line Conference will bring together business leaders, union representatives, policy-makers, researchers and workers to improve workplace mental health in Canada.
Together by Design
Sept 28 – 30 2016
The Mental Health for All Conference 2016 will be an industry wide event, benefiting individuals and organizations across the mental health, mental illness and addiction sectors. Setting it apart will be the national focus on information sharing and partnership between industry thought leaders, researchers, policy makers and front line staff. As the premier professional mental health and addiction conference in Canada, it will attract delegates from a diverse range of leading organizations.
As the nationwide leader for mental health, CMHA recognizes inspirational leadership, innovation and excellence in maintaining and improving mental health for all. Its national awards program honours and celebrates individuals and organizations that embody these key qualities.
CMHA is now accepting applications from workplaces that have demonstrated a solid commitment to maintaining employees’ mental health, to receive the Clarence Meredith Hincks award.
Goal of Award
As the nationwide leader and champion for mental health, CMHA recognizes inspirational leadership, innovation and excellence in maintaining and improving mental health for all. This year, CMHA would like to select a workplace that exemplifies the criteria for this award.
On its fifth anniversary, Bell announced they will extend Bell Let’s Talk – an initiative to raise awareness about mental health and help reduce the stigma associated with mental illness – for a further five years and at least $100 million in total funding.