Pandemic Response

Stay-At-Home Order Extension May 13th 2021

On May 13th the Stay-at-Home order that took effect On April 8th, 2021 at 12:01 a.m. for Durham Region, aligned with the Ontario Declared State of Emergency, has been extended until June 2nd 2021.  CMHA Durham continues to operate with increased safety protocols to keep our clients, staff and community…

Stay-At-Home Order April 8th 2021

          On April 8th, 2021 at 12:01 a.m. Durham Region will be placed in a Stay-at-Home Order and aligned with the Ontario Declared State of Emergency.  CMHA Durham will be increasing our safety protocols to keep our clients, staff and community safe in accordance with provincial and…

Stay-At-Home Order January 14th 2021

On January 14, 2021 at 12:01 a.m. Durham Region will be placed in a Stay-at-Home Order and aligned with the Ontario Declared State of Emergency until February 10, 2021.  CMHA Durham will be increasing our safety protocols to keep our clients, staff and community safe in accordance with provincial and municipal directives…

Update on Our Services: December 2020

As of Midnight December 26th Durham Region will be moving into the lockdown zone (grey) alongside other areas in the province. 

Canadian Mental Health Association Durham increases support to Durham Region

As Ontario reopens CMHA Durham is expanding its services to help meet the mental health and primary care needs of our community.  After a thorough review of the information provided by the Ministry of Health, and in consultation with our clients and staff we will move to the second stage…

We Need Your Help! Donate handmade masks

With the current pandemic there is a worldwide shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE). We take the safety of our staff and clients very seriously and in preparation for a potential shortage, we are asking for your help.

Statement from CMHA branches several weeks after COVID-19 began impacting service delivery

The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) network consists of nearly 30 branches across the province that provide community-based clinical and social services to Ontarians living with mental health and addictions issues. Like every other health provider, we have spent the past few weeks adjusting to a new reality created by…

CMHA Durham deemed essential service; providing community supports in different ways

Deemed an essential service by the Ontario government amid public health concerns related to COVID-19, Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Durham remains open and is ensuring community mental health and addictions supports are safely available as this situation develops.

Service Update Monday March 16

Our services have resumed with our new enhanced screening measures. We are now open to the public from 9am-12pm and 1pm-3pm. All visitors to our building are required to be screened We are focusing on priority services and reducing face-to-face care where possible based on your needs Our Leadership team…

Service Update Monday March 16th

Service update: To ensure your safety and enact our screening process, the agency will be closed to the public the morning of March 16th. We will post on social media when we re-open.