As Ontario reopens CMHA Durham is expanding its services to help meet the mental health and primary care needs of our community.
In keeping with Ministry of Health directives, face masks remain mandatory for all employees and visitors at CMHA Durham at this time. Masks are available at the main entrance hygiene station for visitors.
Find more news and information about how CMHA Durham is supporting our community during the pandemic here.
Services and supports
- Get free mental health support at BounceBack
- Recovery Colleges Wellness Centre – Access free Mental Health Courses
- Get free mental health support at Wellness Together Canada
- Reach Kids Help Phone or call at 1-800-668-6868
- Thinking of suicide? Call 1-833-456-4566 (in QC: 1-866-277-3553) or visit talksuicide.ca.
- Pandemic pushing your anxiety buttons?
- I’m feeling stressed due to the pandemic
- Move for your mood
- Coping with Loneliness
- Social Support
- Your Social Distancing Survival Guide
Caring for others
- Care for the Caregiver
- Supporting a Loved One
- Caring for children in the COVID-19 crisis
- Caring for Older Adults during COVID-19
- Children, Youth, and Anxiety
- Children, Youth, and Depression
- Discovery College Kelowna – Coping with Current Events: A Parent, Family and Caregiver Toolkit
- Tools for people aged 70 and over and caregivers
- Overdose Prevention
- Carry it Toolkit – Naloxone 101
Workplace Mental Health
- RETURN TO THE WORKPLACE: A psychological toolkit for heading back to work (CMHA Ontario)
- 6 tips to respond to employee anxiety about COVID-19
- Why working from home is so exhausting and how to reinvigorate
- Zoom Exhaustion is Real. Here Are Six Ways to Find Balance and Stay Connected
- Working from Home During COVID, With and Without Children
- How to cope with social distancing and working from home
Policy papers and Statements
- Mental health impacts of COVID-19: Wave 2
- Mental health impacts of COVID-19: Wave 1
- Statement on Universal Basic Income
- COVID-19 and Mental Health: Heading Off an Echo Pandemic
- ‘Social distancing’ is a misnomer: we should be physically distancing, but remain as social as ever
- Online supports for COVID-19 stress are there—but Canadians aren’t accessing them
- Pre-Budget submission: Investing in focused areas of support to ensure long-term mental health recovery for Canadians