For My Health is a fun and interactive health promotion event that integrates physical and mental health screening and education.Continue readingFor My Health! Workplace Screening
CMHA Programs and Services
The Canadian Mental Health Association provides recovery-focused programs and services for people of all ages and their families. Follow the links below for details.
Promoting the mental health of post-secondary students, faculty and staff goes beyond providing individual support. We must look at the impact of the campus community: the words spoken, the policies and decisions made, the actions taken, the organizational culture and systems created, and the learning environments sustained.Continue readingHealthy Minds | Healthy Campuses
Homeless Outreach Program Funded by BC Housing and the gaming policy and enforcement branch, provides support and advocacy to homeless individuals in williams lake and 100 mile areas. Outreach workers facilitate access to income assistance benefits, accommodations and other essential supports. Outreach services are available to you if: You are an individual or family that […]Continue readingHomeless Outreach Program
We know the teen years are when mental health and substance use problems often show up for the first time, and that this can get in the way of school and career goals. This post-secondary bursary program is open to BC youth under the age of 20 with lived experience.Continue readingJanice Lee Blue Wave Bursary
Want to know how to feel happier, more confident and worry less right now? Would you like to learn new ways of dealing with life’s challenges? This fun, interactive course will leave you with the inspiration and tools to get the most out of life!Continue readingLiving Life to the Full
Living Life to the Full for Youth is a fun, interactive course that will leave youth with the inspiration and tools to get the most out of life.Continue readingLiving Life to the Full for Youth
Living Life to the Full! Session 1. Why do I feel so bad? Want to know what makes you tick? This session helps you understand how your responses to outside events can affect your thoughts and feelings. It shows how just a single altered thought can lead to sadness, tiredness, and even illness. Session […]Continue readingLiving Life to the Full!
Talking about mental health at work can be challenging. But becoming more aware of signs of mental illnesses, and learning how to have those difficult discussions are part of being an effective leader.Continue readingMental Health Works
Creating a safe workplace goes beyond hard hats and ergonomics. It also means protecting the psychological health and safety of your employees.Continue readingSafe and Sound
Since 1982, CMHA BC has been helping people with mental illness further their pursuit of post-secondary education through our scholarship and bursary programs. Several scholarships and bursaries are available each year to BC adults, 20 years of age or older, who are living with a mental illness or addiction.Continue readingScholarships and Bursaries