The CMHA Saskatchewan 2019 Cash Calendar Artwork Contest What Supports Your Mental Health? We’re back with our 2nd annual province wide artwork call for the 2019 CMHA Saskatchewan Cash Calendar! All Submissions are welcome from February 5th, 2018 to March 30th, 2018. Full contest details available through the link below 🙂Continue readingThe Art Call is Back!
For the Official Paper Released with this position statement please CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD PDF. Key Points on Bill C-14 CMHA believes that requests for medical assistance in dying (MAiD) should not be granted for patients where a mental illness is the sole underlying medical condition. As a recovery-oriented organization, CMHA does not believe that […]Continue readingCanadian Mental Health Association’s Position Paper on Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD)
Howdy all, Just a quick update today. We’ve got a couple new things to share with you all so why not have a meeting place for them all, right? First up, the May Cash Calendar winners have been posted! Make sure you pop over to the Cash Calendar page (conveniently featured under this paragraph) to […]Continue readingCash Calendar Winners, Newsletter & Annual Report Day!
Hello Everyone! It’s bee a while since we posted something on our site BUT we’ve just posted our January winners for the 2017 Cash Calendar! For those who don’t know our Cash Calendar has run for 25 years! With the wonderful people of Saskatchewan making the Cash Calendar fundraiser a success the whole quarter of […]Continue readingThe 2017 Cash Calendar Winners For January Are Up!
CMHA Saskatchewan Media Release November 1, 2016 The Canadian Mental Health Association (Saskatchewan Division) Inc. is saddened by these events. Our Association extends its deepest condolences to the communities, families and all others affected by these tragic and untimely deaths. We are pleased about the recent announcement of the EOC (Emergency Operations Centre) in La […]Continue readingComments On Northern Youth Suicides
CMHA Saskatchewan Media Release September 15, 2016 In light of recent high-profile drinking and driving court cases, and the ongoing problem of persons dying in alcohol-related fatal accidents, the Premier has rightly identified this as a serious problem which must be addressed. The Canadian Mental Health Association could not agree with this more. In listening […]Continue readingDrinking and Driving in Saskatchewan: Punishment vs Treatment
The latest edition of Bell Let’s Talk took over the Twitterverse and airwaves on January 27, and the one-day stigma-busting campaign didn’t disappoint.Continue readingBell Let’s Talk gets people talking