News and Events
Winnipeg community runners have set a goal to run 100km with hope to raise awareness around mental health and Take Stigma to the Trash.
The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) and the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) officially partnered on May 24, expanding the mental health and suicide-awareness program Talk Today.
It’s time to GET LOUD. Join us to raise awareness and end the stigma about mental illness.
Your Rights and the Mental Health Review Board Process
Have you been admitted to a psychiatric unit under the Mental Health Act?
Have you applied to the Mental Health Review Board?
The Canadian Mental Health Association is developing a proposal to strengthen the rights of people admitted to a psychiatric unit who apply to the Mental Health Review Board.
CMHA’s 65th Annual Mental Health Week is fast approaching (May 2-8). And again this year, CMHA is asking Canadians to GET LOUD for mental health!
Looking for a unique, meaningful gift this holiday season?
CMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg is pleased to provide you with a special, stress-free way to acknowledge your loved ones during this festive season. Send a holiday gift to CMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg and help provide hope to individuals with mental health issues and their families.
“Recommendations for information sharing that supports family involvement and upholds the rights of service users”
CMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg offers a range of programs and services for City of Winnipeg residents and Manitobans.
The Fall 2015 edition of the CMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg newsletter is now available. Access our newsletter here.
Announced July 30 by Minister of State for Social Development, Candice Bergen, CMHAs in 13 cities will receive $10 million over three years from the Opportunities Fund for Persons with Disabilities to deliver “Creating Opportunity – A National Approach”.
Ride Don’t Hide is coming to Winnipeg, and will be taking place at FortWhyte Alive this June.
All staff attending the CMHA Symposium in June need to register.
Join the us, political hopefuls, community advocates and people with lived experience for a discussion about a mental health mandate for Manitoba.
Have you wanted to quit smoking but were afraid of potential bad moods and anxiety or your overall mental health? Join us to “breathe easy and feel fine”!
October 5 to 9 is Mental Illness Awareness Week. We’ve compiled the events organized by the Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba (ADAM), Sara Riel Inc, the Manitoba Multifaith Council and CMHA into one calendar.