Retrouver son entrain offre des conseils pratiques pour soutenir votre santé mentale pendant la COVID-19

Le programme Retrouver son entrain de l’Association canadienne pour la santé mentale, division de l’Ontario, a préparé une fiche de conseils sur la santé mentale pour aider ceux et celles qui souffrent de problèmes de santé mentale accrus en raison de la pandémie de COVID-19.

BounceBack offers quick tips to support your mental health during COVID-19

Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario Division’s BounceBack program has developed a mental health tip sheet to support those who may be experiencing heightened mental health challenges as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Help Us Rename a Program!

At CMHA Durham, we are always striving to improve our services. We are currently making some improvements to our intake department to provide people with the best possible experience when they first come through our door.    

Referral Forms for CMHA Durham Programs

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Referral Forms for CMHA Durham Programs

CMHA’s Outreach Program Helps People Where They Need It

Did you know that CMHA’s Outreach Program supports people in Durham Region who experience physical or mental health barriers when getting health care?

A Caregivers Perspective on ACT

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Caregivers matter.  They play a vital role in the care and support of individuals with mental health issues and we value their input and the work they do.  Recently a family member of an Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team participant came forward with her thoughts about working with ACT and…

Dental Services at CMHA Durham

CMHA Durham is proud to offer dental services from Mobile Tooth Fairies.

One Client’s Journey Through CMHA Durham’s Community Hub of Services

An illustrated map of a client's journey through services

How does Canadian Mental Health Association Durham help people move forward? Here’s just one example of how our community hub of mental health and primary care services helped positively impact the life of a client. In 2009, a client came to CMHA Durham Community Connection Services where his needs were assessed…

How CMHA Durham Recognizes and Responds to the Need

Youth Support Services

Recently, an article published by the Canadian Press attributed the increased number of emergency room visits by youth to the failure of critical go-to people — like family doctors and school psychologists — who aren’t educated as to what resources are available in their community.