Please click here to take a look at the Ride Don’t Hide 2018 event. Thank you to all of the riders who helped make this year a success!Continue readingSault Ste. Marie’s 4th Annual Ride Don’t Hide Event was the Biggest and Best Yet!
Click here to read the story from the Canadian Mental Health Association’s Centre for Suicide Prevention. Version française (cliquez ici).Continue readingCelebrity Suicide Deaths – Preventing “Contagion”
Election Day in Ontario is fast approaching which means now is a crucial time to ensure that mental health and addictions care remains a core ballot box issue. All three main political parties have, in fact, made mental health and addictions care a key commitment in their platforms. Let’s let candidates know this is a […]Continue readingCast Your Vote on June 7th for Mental Health and Addictions Care
CMHA Sault Ste. Marie joins individuals and organizations worldwide to celebrate the history, courage and diversity of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer identified (LGBTQ) individuals for Pride Month in June. While Pride festivals across the province recognize Ontario’s vibrant and creative LGBTQ communities, it’s important to note that LGBTQ individuals continue to face specific […]Continue readingCMHA Celebrates Pride
Please click here for information on CMHA Sault Ste. Marie’s 4th Annual “Ride Don’t Hide” event!Continue readingJoin Thousands of Canadians for our Annual Ride Don’t Hide Event!
On June 24, 2018, we will be hosting our 4th Annual “Ride Don’t Hide” event. We are cycling in plain sight to put an end to the stigma of mental illness. We are also riding to raise funds for mental health programs and services in our community. When we hide, mental health stays hidden. When we ride, […]Continue readingRide Don’t Hide 2018
Number of days to election: 30 Number of Ontarians demanding funding parity for mental health: 10,000+ Sault Ste. Marie May 7, 2018 – If there’s one simple thing you can do for Mental Health Week (May 7-13), it’s join the 10,000 other Ontarians who’ve signed CMHA’s online petition urging political parties to fund mental […]Continue readingMental Health Week 2018
Click here to read a statement from Camille Quenneville, CEO, Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario. Click here to read “Ontario Making Historic Investment in Mental Health and Addictions Care for Every Stage in Life”.Continue readingGovernment Commitment Significantly Bolsters Ontario’s Mental Health and Addictions Landscape
It’s time to press for progress. That’s the theme of International Women’s Day this year. Celebrated on March 8 around the world, the annual awareness day has a special emphasis on action for gender parity, including in the mental health and addictions sector. A number of studies on women’s health have demonstrated strong links between […]Continue readingCMHA Calls for Action on International Women’s Day
CMHA Sault Ste. Marie is encouraging Ontarians to take a stand for equitable access to mental health and addictions care for Zero Discrimination Day. Held annually on March 1, Zero Discrimination Day is an annual campaign which aims to celebrate diversity and reject discrimination in all its forms. CMHA recognizes that stigma and discrimination is […]Continue readingCMHA Takes a Stand for Zero Discrimination Day