Season’s greetings from everyone at CMHA-Sudbury/Manitoulin! We are thankful for everyone we have had the chance to meet, help, work and collaborate with this past year. For support during the holiday season and during CMHA office closures, ConnexOntario is available 24/7 at 1-866-531-2600 or online at www.connexontario.ca. If you’re feeling overwhelmed and are in a crisis […]Continue readingHappy Holidays from CMHA!
CMHA-Sudbury/Manitoulin invites you to join us as we participate in GivingTuesday [https://givingtuesday.ca/], a global day of generosity and giving on Nov 30. Each year after Black Friday, Giving Tuesday marks the opening day of the giving season. It’s a time where charities, companies and individuals join together to give back to their favourite causes. There is […]Continue readingSupport mental health, addictions services and awareness for GivingTuesday
From November 21 – 27, CMHA-Sudbury/Manitoulin will join with the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) and addiction prevention, treatment and recovery organizations across the country to mark National Addictions Awareness Week (NAAW). This years’ theme for National Addictions Awareness Week is Driving Change Together, emphasizing how Canadians can collaborate as a community […]Continue readingCMHA-Sudbury/Manitoulin recognizes National Addictions Awareness Week
Meet Sherry! Sherry is a Housing Case Manager. She supports individuals with all things housing, like decluttering, organizing, developing routines and helps to get people housed. She is also helps people achieve their goals, in any area of their life. What do you do at CMHA-Sudbury/Manitoulin? I work as part of the Housing Case Manager […]Continue readingMeet the Staff – Sherry
As individuals and organizations recognize World Homelessness Day and World Mental Health Day on Oct 10, CMHA Sudbury/Manitoulin is reminding the community that housing is key to the recovery for many people with mental health issues. Individuals with serious mental health conditions frequently identify income and housing as the most important factors in achieving and […]Continue readingImportance of housing for mental health
Hockey’s back! As players across the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) lace up for another season, CMHA Sudbury/Manitoulin is proud to support the Sudbury Wolves with Talk Today, a suicide-prevention and mental health awareness program, for the 2021-22 season. Talk Today was created in 2014 in partnership with the OHL and is now offered to athletes […]Continue readingTalk Today is back!
CMHA Sudbury/Manitoulin joins Canadians across the country in observing the country’s first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30. The day was established by the federal government to honour survivors of residential schools, their families, and communities, and ensure that public commemoration of the history and legacy of residential schools remains a vital […]Continue readingCMHA commemorates Truth and Reconciliation Day
Q. What do you do at CMHA Sudbury/Manitoulin? “As an Intake Worker, I provide brief services, which is a service that provides support to individuals, family members and professionals in the community by navigating the mental health and addictions sector and by networking with community partners. We complete referrals and assessments for individuals to access […]Continue readingMeet the Staff – Manon
Q. What do you do at CMHA Sudbury/Manitoulin? “My position title is CMHA Intake worker. I feel what I do is assist\support individuals in navigating or finding the resources\support they may be seeking at the time I meet with them either in person, over the telephone, during email communication and now possibly during a virtual […]Continue readingMeet the Staff – Adam
By Canadian Mental Health Association’s Centre for Suicide Prevention September 10 is World Suicide Prevention Day, a day to remember those we’ve lost to suicide and raise awareness about how suicide can be prevented. People who are considering suicide describe feeling hopeless, burdensome, overwhelmed, stuck, and unable to see a way out of their deep, […]Continue readingHow to help someone thinking about suicide