CMHA Durham joins individuals and organizations worldwide to celebrate the history, courage and diversity of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer identified (LGBTQ) individuals for Pride Month in June.
DROP IN Family Education Night “Talk with an Addiction Counsellor about Cannabis” with Arianna Boddy Addiction Counsellor Pinewood Centre
Family Education Night is open to anyone in a “supporting role” to a person with a mental illness.
On March 1st, Zero Discrimination Day, and you can do your part to break down the barriers that discrimination creates by reflecting on how it affects people in everyday situations.
On February 27, individuals and organizations across the country will come together to celebrate Pink Shirt Day, an annual anti-bullying campaign.
Canadian Mental Health Association Durham is a proud supporter of Bell Let’s Talk. On January 30, 2019, we will join Canadians and others across the world on social media to text, talk and tweet about mental health for the 9th annual Bell Let’s Talk Day.
Addiction does not discriminate, it affects all walks of life.
CMHA Durham invites you to join us as we participate in GivingTuesday [https://givingtuesday.ca/], a global day of giving and volunteering, on November 27.
On November 22, CMHA Durham joins communities and organizations across the country to mark National Housing Day and recognize the challenges faced by many people in finding a place to call home.
Living with a mental illness can make you feel isolated. The stigma associated with mental illness doesn’t help, either. The typical route to recovery can involve counselling and medication. But, there’s a powerful recovery tool that is often left untapped. This tool is peer support.
On Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018, CMHA Durham will join international mental health organizations to celebrate World Mental Health Day.