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MENTAL HEALTH WEEK – May 4 – 10, 2015

How do you really feel?

Fine?

 

Or phine? (Definition: saying you’re fine, when you’re not)

 

Now is the time to GET LOUD, because being phine is not fine.

 

We all want to be healthy and happy. And good mental health is vitally important for both. No one can be truly healthy without good mental health. It involves how we feel, think, act and interact with the world around us. Mental health is about coping with the normal stresses of life and making a contribution to our community.

Good mental health isn’t about avoiding problems or trying to achieve a “perfect” life. It’s about living well and having the tools for coping with difficult situations even during life’s challenges. Each person’s path to mental well-being is unique. We all have our own goals, our own challenges, our own talents and our own supports. But good mental health is within everyone’s reach.

 

To learn more about mental health, go to: CMHA Toronto

 

And to GET LOUD in support of mental health, go to:

mentalhealthweek.ca

Are You Ready to Connect the Dots?

Canadian Mental Health Association, Toronto branch presents: 

The Opening Doors Project

Monday, October 20, 2014
8:30 a.m.– 4:00 p.m.
CMHA Toronto, 700 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto

A day-long participatory session that aims to raise awareness around the
impacts of migration, racism and other forms of discrimination on the mental
health of newcomers, refugees and people dealing with mental health issues.

 

It’s Mental Health Week May 6-12, 2013! CMHA’s annual national awareness and education week!

Local events and activities planned in hundreds of CMHA community locations across the country!

Bell Let's Talk

On February 12, let’s talk.

Talking about mental health is the first step in making a difference in the lives of all Canadians. On Bell Let’s Talk Day, Bell will donate 5 cents to mental health initiatives across Canada for every:

1)      Text message sent*

2)      Long distance call made*

3)      Tweet using #BellLetsTalk

4)      Facebook share of our Bell Let’s Talk image

* By a Bell or Bell Aliant customer.

Connecting the Dots: Migration, Discrimination and Mental Health

A webinar presented by: The Opening Doors Project CMHA Toronto

PRESENTERS: Sol Goshu, Ali Mohamud, & Laura Guerrero

DATE: March 19, 2013 11:30 a.m – 12:30 p.m.

REGISTRATION: www1.gotomeeting.com/register/434628969

 

Living Working Belonging

…this is our goal at CMHA Toronto for all our clients. Every day our teams provide the supports and services that our clients need so that they can:

Live  in the community, in clean, safe, affordable accommodation

Work  in the community, in paid employment or volunteer activities

Belong  in the community, as engaged, valued and contributing members