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…
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With news of today’s stay-at-home order, Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Durham reminds people that they can take some simple and basic steps to help them manage their mental health during these challenging times.
We are please to announce that in partnership with Durham Mental Health Services and Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health sciences excited that Family and Caregiver Education Nights will be resuming starting April 29th, 2021. The sessions will be held virtually via Zoom.
Today is Linda Gallacher’s final day as CEO of CMHA Durham. We’d like to share her message with you, and ask you to join us in congratulating her on 40 years of community service.
At CMHA Durham we are proud of our dedicated caring staff. We want to honor some of the outstanding work from some incredible members of our team.
(Toronto, March 15, 2021) – As we mark the one-year anniversary of the province’s COVID-19 emergency declaration, a new survey is highlighting alarming trends that indicate the pandemic’s strain on the mental health of Ontarians has reached all-time highs.
Research shows Ontario Hockey League players, staff value CMHA Ontario’s mental health program for athletes
(Toronto, March 8, 2021) – New research is highlighting the positive impact of Talk Today, a mental health awareness and education program that supports the mental health of hockey players and reduces the risk of suicide across the Ontario Hockey League (OHL).
On March 8, CMHA Durham joins individuals and organizations around the world in celebrating International Women’s Day (IWD) 2021, an annual event held to mark the social, economic and political achievements of women. The theme of IWD 2021 is #ChooseToChallenge, which highlights the need to celebrate women’s achievements, raise awareness against…
From March 1-7, CMHA Durham will recognize the valuable contributions and expertise of Ontario social workers.
On March 1, CMHA Durham joins organizations across Ontario in recognizing Black Mental Health Day. This annual event aims to recognize the ongoing impact that results from staying silent on issues of anti-Black racism in public services and raise awareness of the specific mental health needs of Black communities across Ontario. Per…