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Relive the best of the 90s & 2000s at CMHA’s Throwback Dance Party!

EDMONTON, AB – The Canadian Mental Health Association – Edmonton Region (CMHA-ER) is excited to announce its upcoming Decompression Session Throwback FUN Raiser, scheduled to take place on Saturday, March 2.

Think 90s and 2000s fashion, throw back beats, and a huge party – all in support of raising fun and funds for mental health! Hosted at Union Hall, this event features Edmonton’s own king of throwback, DJ Harman B who will be spinning nostalgic hits all night long! Bid on a wide selection of silent auction items and experiences.

Tantalizing tastebuds with a mix of food stations, late-night snacks, and MORE, the event also features on-site parking and begin the evening with a free welcome drink. Early Bird Tickets on sale until February 19th!  

Proceeds from the event support CMHA-ER, an advocate and leader in delivering key services in mental health support, education and training, and collective action.

“We are so thankful for our community supporters and grateful for this their continued generosity” said Giri Puligandla, Executive Director at the Canadian Mental Health Association – Edmonton Region. People are struggling with their mental health more than ever, so it’s important to have the right services in place for when, where and how people need them. With the support of this FUN Raiser, we can make sure that CMHA-ER is not only continuing our critical services in the Edmonton region but growing and adapting them as well.”

What is a Decompression Session?

A Decompression Session is a meaningful way for CMHA-ER to bring the community together to connect and decompress. Sessions provide a space to create meaningful connections with supportive people.

About CMHA Edmonton

CMHA Edmonton is the region’s leading community mental health organization, providing essential services in mental health support, education and training, wayfinding, and collective action. We work alongside community partners to service vulnerable and targeted populations who are living with or are at risk of developing mental-health challenges. Annually, over 100,000 people reach out to CMHA Edmonton for support. 

To support this event, please contact Lori Pratt or visit our website at:


Canadian Mental Health Association – Edmonton Region

Lori Pratt


LPratt@[email protected]      

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