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International Self-Care Day

International Self Care Day

CMHA Durham joins individuals and organizations around the globe in celebrating International Self-Care Day on July 24, which aims to raise public awareness of the importance of self-care to stay healthy and prevent or delay illness.

CMHA recognizes PTSD Awareness Day

CMHA Durham recognizes PTSD awareness day

CMHA Durham joins individuals and organizations around the world in recognizing PTSD (Post-traumatic stress disorder) Awareness Day.

CMHA celebrates Pride

CMHA Durham joins individuals and organizations worldwide to celebrate the history, courage and diversity of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, and Two-Spirit (LGBTQ2S+) individuals for Pride Month in June.

Canadian Mental Health Association Durham Client Safety Expo 2022

CMHA Durham Client Safety Expo Poster

Get the latest safety information on topics ranging from Transgender care and safety to suicide prevention at the Canadian Mental Health Association Durham client safety expo on May 31st. The client safety expo is a great opportunity to learn about local service organizations, including The Denise House, Oshawa Fire Services,…

Pandemic recovery includes mental health and addictions care for all Ontarians

increased access to mental health and addictions care is a key part of pandemic recovery.

More than one in five people say pandemic recovery is their top issue this election which is why Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Durham urges parties to think about increased access to mental health and addictions care the same way as lowering taxes, growing the economy and building schools.

L’ACSM souligne la Journée de la robe rouge, la Journée nationale de sensibilisation aux femmes, aux filles et aux personnes bispirituelles (MMIWG2S) autochtones disparues et assassinées

L’ACSM souligne la Journée de la robe rouge, la Journée nationale de sensibilisation aux femmes, aux filles et aux personnes bispirituelles (MMIWG2S) autochtones disparues et assassinées

Avertissement lié au contenu : Ce message traite de colonialisme et de violence fondée sur le sexe. Aujourd’hui, le 5 mai, l’ACSM Durham souligne la Journée nationale de sensibilisation aux femmes, aux filles et aux personnes bispirituelles (MMIWG2S) autochtones disparues et assassinées, aussi appelée #JournéeDeLaRobeRouge.