CBT-p Workshop for Family Members and Caregivers


Space is limited. Early bird pricing of $250 ends August 2nd at 9AM 

 This workshop helps those living with or caring for someone with serious mental illness such as psychosis or schizophrenia become a partner in recovery and healing.

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Registration is now open for the Provincial HSJCC 2021 Virtual Conference

Register now for the Provincial HSJCC 2021 Conference Community Justice: Transforming Practices in a New World, which will be held virtually from November 16 – 17, 2021.

The conference is the network’s premiere educational event, bringing together over 400 professionals from across the human services and justice sector to share promising practices, build cross-sector networks and engage in solutions for the people they serve.  

This year’s conference will focus on post-pandemic approaches for service providers, exploring innovative approaches, unique collaborations and emerging structures that will build resilient communities for years to come. Some topics will include COVID-19 and re-entry in the mental health/substance use landscape, power dynamics between Indigenous organizations and the justice system, harm reduction in congregate settings, and more. Learn more about conference sessions and registration by visiting https://hsjccconference.ca/.

International Self-Care Day

CMHA Kenora Branch 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.

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A logo for reconciliation: CMHA shows solidarity with Indigenous peoples in Canada

In honour of the children who died at residential schools and in recognition of the survivors and their families, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) will be changing the colour of its logo to orange until Orange Shirt Day on September 30. Beyond the symbolic, the orange logo also signifies our commitment to reconciliation with Indigenous peoples in Canada. For too long, First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples have lived the impacts of systemic racism and colonialism which affects their mental health and well-being.

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Contact Information

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1 (807) 468-1838
227 Second Street South
Kenora, Ontario
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