The results of CMHA BC’s “Help Shape the Future” survey will be shared with decision-makers to help build a system of care that meets British Columbians’ needs The Canadian Mental Health Association, BC Division (CMHA BC) is calling on British Columbians to help advocate for a more responsive and timely system of mental health and […]Continue readingHelp shape the future of mental health and addictions care in BC
Time to work on your outside voice! Get ready to Get Loud this May 1-7 for the 66th annual CMHA Mental Health Week.Continue readingGet ready to #GETLOUD for CMHA Mental Health Week
CMHA hosts Canada’s Top Conference on Workplace Mental Health February 21-22 in Vancouver Join us on this journey of change. This year’s theme, Transforming Workplace Culture: Agents and Allies, invites you to connect with those who continue to innovate in building momentum towards a fairer, more productive and satisfying working environment for all. The conference […]Continue readingKick start a transformative year for your workplace
Tips for Holiday Peace of Mind and Coping with Holiday Grief The holiday season is meant to be a time of joy, celebration and for spending time with those we love. However, the festivities come with high expectations of perfection that many of us struggle to live up to. Many people experience feelings of isolation, […]Continue readingAvoid the holiday blues this festive season
It’s your chance to show CMHA some love. CMHA could not carry out its important work without support like yours. After losing her brother to suicide and living with her own mental health challenges, Candice found a renewed sense of purpose and reason to care for her mental health: her daughter. No stranger to the […]Continue readingNovember 29 is Giving Tuesday!
Community Gatekeeper training is designed to help make BC communities safer – and help save lives – by preparing key members of every community with skills to help people who are at risk of suicide.Continue readingSuicide Prevention Training
November 28-30, 2016 in Victoria, BC The Canadian Mental Health Association influences practice through policy by bringing together international leaders, policy makers, researchers, expert voices and advocates to the table to help British Columbians think differently about mental health and addictions. We don’t wait years to treat cancer, we start way before Stage 4. We […]Continue readingB4Stage4 Conference
Get Loud. Take Action. B4Stage4 The Canadian Mental Health Association wants to spark a conversation about the need to intervene early to prevent mental illness, including addictions. Our B4Stage4 campaign calls for increased funding for community-based programs that save money and save lives. We would never knowingly wait until Stage 4 to intervene for cancer; […]Continue readingTake Action