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CMHA Programs and Services
The Canadian Mental Health Association provides recovery-focused programs and services for people of all ages and their families. Follow the links below for details.
Free presentations for classrooms and youth groups on stress, mental illness and recovery, stigma, and suicide for youth ages 12 and up (grade 7-12). Light Up Your Mind Poster Time: 45 minutes each Fee: FREE for schools and youth groups in the Edmonton Capital Region CMHA is excited to inform you that effectively January […]Continue readingLight Up Your Mind School Program
Little Cub is a 1-day, discussion-based workshop examining suicide prevention in Indigenous children and communities. The Little Cub Workshop draws heavily on storytelling and oral tradition. It begins by recognizing the unique precipitating factors of suicide in Indigenous communities and moves through to identifying risk and protective factors in children 12 years of age and […]Continue readingLittle Cub
The Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training course was developed to help people provide initial support to someone who may be developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. MHFA teaches mental health first aid skills. The course does not train people to be therapists, counselors, or mental health professionals. The philosophy behind […]Continue readingMental Health First Aid (Basic Course)
MHFA Canada for Adults Who Interact with Youth focuses on mental health problems and first aid for youth ages 12 to 24. Mental health problems often first develop during adolescence or early adulthood, with half of all mental disorders beginning by age 14, and 75 percent beginning by age 24. Most mental disorders develop gradually. […]Continue readingMental Health First Aid (Youth)
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Sometimes it’s easier to type than to talk. If you would like to chat live with a Support Team member during hours of operation please click here. Online Crisis Chat is a safe, 100% confidential, one-on-one conversation with a Support Team member. It’s not always easy to pick up the phone and talk to someone else […]Continue readingOnline Crisis Chat
Weekly drop-in groups, of a recreational and social nature, that are led by people who have recovered from mental illness. These peer leaders have reached a point in their recovery where they are comfortable taking a leadership role and helping others. Eligibility For anyone 18 or older living with a mental illness Have your own […]Continue readingPeer Connections
Practical Supports Services is a peer-provided service available to people living with mental illness that require assistance with maintaining independent living. Support may include assistance with housekeeping, nutrition, personal errands such as grocery shopping, dental appointments and haircuts, budget and banking needs and support attending appointments. Clients will be able to enjoy better quality of […]Continue readingPractical Supports Services (PSS)
For more information about the Ready to Rent program, go to readytorentbc.org. Registration Summer 2017 training dates will be announced soon. Please check back here for updates. Continue readingReady to Rent