The CMHA joins the Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention (CASP) in inviting all individuals and communities to find a way to recognize and support World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) on September 10th. It can be as simple as sending a message to those who are in despair, those who are grieving, and those who are supporting […]Continue readingCMHA Middlesex recognizes World Suicide Prevention Day
As students and parents prepare for back-to school-season, CMHA Middlesex is reminding people to keep mental health in mind during the transition. While a new school year can be exciting, it can also cause stress and anxiety. CMHA suggests maintaining positive mental health during this seasonal shift with the following strategies: Take care of your […]Continue readingBack to school mental health tips
One week, an incredible community, a London Free Press article and the hard work of a group of volunteers has already made a significant impact on the London Coffee House, a program of CMHA Middlesex. On Wednesday, July 31, the Sustainability Committee, a group of wonderful volunteers, launched a Go Fund Me Campaign to raise […]Continue readingLondon Coffee House Go Fund Me Campaign Exceeds Expectations
CMHA Middlesex’s focus on self-care and mental health is key to Digital Extremes’ community culture. After partnering with Canadian Mental Health Association, Middlesex for TennoCon 2019, Digital Extremes delivered a $250,000 (CAD) cheque on August 1 to the association in London, Ontario, the largest donation it has ever received. Amidst a balloon-filled room and cake-topped […]Continue readingTennoCon Gives $250,000 to CMHA Middlesex
CMHA Middlesex joins individuals and organizations around the globe in celebrating International Self-Care Day on July 24, which aims to raise public awareness of the importance of self-care to stay healthy and prevent or delay illness. This year’s choice of themes includes ‘Self-Care is for Life,’ ‘Get Better with Self-Care’ and “Treat Yourself to Better […]Continue readingInternational Self-Care Day
To date, over $200,000 has been raised in support of My Sisters’ Place, a program of CMHA Middlesex, through the Shoppers LOVE. YOU. Run for Women. In London’s largest Run for Women event yet, over 970 runners and walkers came together at Harris Park in London, Ontario on a beautiful Sunday morning. This was My […]Continue readingShoppers LOVE. YOU. Run for Women in Support of My Sisters’ Place a tremendous success!
Memorandum of Understanding for Mental Health and Addiction in Thames ValleyContinue readingMemorandum of Understanding for Mental Health and Addiction in Thames Valley
The Canadian Mental Health Association – Middlesex has received a CARF Three-Year Accreditation for the following program(s)/service(s): Case Management/Service Coordination Community Housing Court Treatment (Criminal Justice) Crisis Intervention Crisis Stabilization Outpatient Treatment Prevention Residential Treatment Residential Treatment (Eating Disorders) Supported Living Rapid Rehousing and Homelessness Prevention Programs Governance Standards Applied What does that mean for […]Continue readingCMHA Middlesex Receives 3 Year CARF Accreditation
April 7 to 13, 2019 was National Volunteer Appreciation Week, and to acknowledge the efforts of our vast volunteer pool a special event was hosted on Wednesday April 10. Using the open and welcoming “Atrium Room” space at London Regional Children’s Museum, we hosted a special evening with a focus on wellness for volunteers. There […]Continue readingCelebrating Our Volunteers!
We had the very distinct honour of recognizing three very special volunteers at My Sisters’ Place, Barbara, Joyce and Ginny. Barbara and Joyce both volunteer regularly in My Sisters’ Place kitchen, assisting MSP to prepare and serve nutritious lunches to the women we serve. Ginny “womans” our reception desk every Wednesday. This year marks their 5-year […]Continue reading5 Years of Volunteer Service!