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January 18, 2017 Sheridan’s Mental Health and Work Program

Mental health concerns everyone —both personally and in the workplace. However, many of us are unsure of how to support ourselves or others who are experiencing mental health challenges.

January 12, 2017 CMHA - Bottom Line Conference

CMHA hosts Canada’s Top Conference on Workplace Mental Health February 21-22 in Vancouver

November 10, 2016 2016 CMHA National Awards

And the 2016 CMHA National Awards go to…

November 10, 2016 Open Letter - Health Accord

Three Leading National Mental Health Organizations Call for Targeted Mental Health Funding in the Health Accord

October 28, 2016 Mental Health For All Conference a great success

The reviews are in: the Mental Health For All Conference in late September was a great success. A capacity crowd of 470 delegates filled the halls and breakout rooms at the Toronto Hilton, enjoying two full conference days (and one pre-conference day) of informative, compelling and challenging presentations.

October 14, 2016 CMHA National Annual Report 2015-2016

CMHA is Getting Loud for Mental Health!

September 22, 2016 BroMatters are Recruiting!

The BroMatters Project proposes an interdisciplinary partnership focusing on early identification and prevention to better understand how to maintain healthy minds for working men.

August 17, 2016 The Better Workplace Conference

The Conference Board of Canada is pleased to present The Better Workplace Conference

July 18, 2016 CMHA’s Workplace Collaborative voted one of top providers in Canada

CMHA is honoured and thrilled to be among the top four Mental Health Service Providers in the first annual Readers’ Choice Awards. More than 17,000 ballots were cast.

July 5, 2016 Steve Lurie, Executive Director, CMHA Toronto, Appointed to Order of Canada

steve_0-245x300Steve Lurie, Executive Director of the CMHA Toronto Branch, has just been named a Member of the Order of Canada, one of this country’s highest honours.

For more than 40 years, Steve has been a tireless advocate, fighting to improve the mental health system and serving as a voice for people who are often marginalized because of mental health stigma and discrimination.