Suicide affects us all. Every year, more people die by suicide than in traffic accidents. Anyone can be at risk, but suicide can be prevented through the actions of prepared caregivers.
On June 13, CMHA Durham joins organizations across Canada in recognizing Men’s Mental Health Awareness Day. This annual event aims to normalize conversations about mental health issues and reduce the stigma that often prevents men from seeking help.
Beginning Thursday June 8th and continuing on the First Thursday of each month join us for a different kind of conversation.
We are proud of our program participants and we love hearing that our services have been able to assist them on their recovery journey.
Family Education Night is open to anyone in a “supporting role” to a person with a mental illness.
Committed to a comprehensive and accessible mental health and addictions system for Ontario.
Campuses of UOIT and Durham College are shining green during CMHA’s Mental Health Week (May 1-7) to #GETLOUD and raise awareness about the importance of addressing our mental health.
Get ready to use your outside voice, because we’re about to GET LOUD for mental health! May 1-7 marks the 66th Annual CMHA Mental Health Week, and this year we’re getting loud because Canadians are sick of waiting.
CMHA Durham volunteers play a crucial role in our organization and our community. Without the dedication of volunteers, many programs offered by our branch would not be possible.
On Saturday, May 6, during Mental Health Week, a large group of Canadian citizens, led by nine Toronto-based mental health advocates, will come together at Nathan Phillips Square prior to marching to Queen’s Park to demonstrate the extreme importance of improving our mental health care system, and to call on…