July 18, 2017 We currently have a vacancy on our Board of Directors and are recruiting a new member. You can see our current members, our audited financial statements and our strategic plan on our Governance page. What do our directors do for CMHA Middlesex? Regularly attend board meetings and important related meetings Make serious […]Continue readingBoard Director Recruitment
A selection of photos from our 2017 Ride Don’t Hide Event at Thames Park. Thank you to all of our participants, volunteers, donors and sponsors for making our day such a success.Continue reading2017 Ride Don’t Hide Photo Gallery
New for the 2017/18 fiscal year, the Canadian Mental Health Association, Middlesex Board of Directors will share highlights from its monthly meetings. April Meeting Highlights: CMHA Middlesex Board of Directors held its April meeting on Monday April 12, 2017. Nine Board Directors and two staff were in attendance for parts of the meeting. Shoppers Drug […]Continue readingBoard of Directors Update
On behalf of our Exeter-Goderich, Strathroy, and London locations, we are pleased to announce a program name change that reflects a change in program delivery and philosophy. This change applies to the following programs: Exeter: Employment Support Services and Leisure and Life Skills Strathroy- Leisure and Life Skills London- Employment Support Services and Leisure and […]Continue readingLeisure and Life Skills is now Community Wellness Programs
These Guides can be picked up at any of the following locations starting Monday June 5, 2017: Strathroy 21 Richmond Street, Strathroy, ON N7G 2Z1 Phone: 519-245-0120 Hours: 8:30 – 4:30, Monday – Friday Exeter 149B Thames Road West, Exeter, ON N0M 1S3 Phone: 519-235-0335 Hours: 8:30 – 4:30, Monday – Friday London: Queens Ave. […]Continue readingCome and get it!
June 1, 2017 If you hadn’t heard already, since last week, My Sisters’ Place London has been without running water. The cost for repairs will be massive – approximately $30,000! We’re grateful to those who have donated pizza and other portable food items while the kitchen is out of order, and to London Police Services […]Continue readingGo Fund Me Campaign Initiated by Community Friend
Throughout the month of May the evening program will be open for reduced hours – Monday to Thursday between 5pm and 8pm. It will be closed on Fridays. Beginning June 2, 2017 the evening program will close while we reevaluate the needs of the women and the resources available to us to best meet those needs. […]Continue readingChange of Evening Hours at My Sisters’ Place
Shirley has been coming to My Sisters’ Place for more than 10 years. Her story has never been told. She is quick to tell you “I don’t really have a story, because most women here at My Sisters’ Place have experienced worse and they need more support than me.” But Shirley is a familiar face, and an […]Continue readingShirley is an anchor and a mother figure.
For about a year now, Brianna Muia has worked with us as a Mental Health Worker. As a psychology graduate with an additional social service worker diploma, she was eager to put her skills to work as a member of the team at the in-patient Eating Disorders Residence CMHA runs in partnership with London Health Sciences […]Continue readingBehind the Scenes with Brianna Muia
Impact Junk Solutions was launched in 2012 as a social enterprise of CMHA Middlesex. We exclusively hire individuals with mental health concerns. As a part of our team, Impact Junk Warehouse Assistants maintain an organized, safe and efficient warehouse environment. This enables us to consistently offer a welcoming and inclusive service to our community, and […]Continue readingImpact Junk Warehouse Assistant