Our Calendar is now available online and through your local branch! July 3rd is the first day the 2019 CMHA Cash Calendar becomes available for purchase! Head over to the Calendar Page HERE We have an absolutely beautiful calendar this year with quotes and artwork from people all throughout Saskatchewan! Our Art Call earlier this […]Continue readingThe 2019 CMHA Cash Calendar is Now Available!
June 21, 2018 Open Letter from the Canadian Mental Health Association June 21 of every year marks an opportunity in Canada to recognize the contributions that First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Peoples have made to Canada. And these contributions continue to be significant and increasing across all sectors and aspects of our national identity and […]Continue readingNational Indigenous Peoples Day | June 21, 2018 | #NIPDCanada
CMHA Saskatchewan Division Annual General Meeting Friday May 25, 2018 Sheraton Cavalier Hotel 612 Spadina Cres. E. Saskatoon, SK The CMHA AGM coincides with the “OUR MOTHERS, OUR FUTURE CONFERENCE“. The AGM will provide current members an opportunity to vote for the up and coming new board members (listed below). CMHA will be offering […]Continue readingCMHA Saskatchewan Division Annual General Meeting – AGM
A BIG Thank You To Everyone Who Submitted The 2019 CMHA Sask. Cash Calendar Art Call closed March 30th and CMHA Saskatchewan Division and all the Sask. Branches want to offer a BIG THANK YOU to everyone who submitted. We’re still doing a head count on submissions but it already looks like we have more […]Continue readingThank You Artists of the Art Call!
The 2018 Our Mothers, Our Future Conference Presented by: MotherFirst Maternal Mental Health Strategy of SK and the Canadian Mental Health Association (Saskatchewan Division) Inc. The 2018 Conference will offer a two day certificate of completion course presented by Postpartum Support International (PSI), as well as Canadian specialists, on the subject. Get practical strategies, […]Continue readingOur Mothers, Our Future Conference
HELLO EVERYONE! It’s been a while since we’ve had a good ol’ fashion news update! There’s been a lot going on all over Saskatchewan at our various branches and partner support organization, so we wanted to share some of the news. As always you can find a list of all the major Mental Health related […]Continue readingWhat’s happening This Fall?
CMHA Urges Everyday Saskatchewanians To Become Suicide Aware & “Ask About Suicide”. In recognition of World Suicide Prevention Day on Sunday, September 10, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), in partnership with London Drugs, is urging everyone in Saskatchewan to “ask about suicide” and become more suicide aware by going to www.askaboutsuicide.ca. About 4,000 […]Continue reading“Ask About Suicide” Awareness Campaign
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)
Hello, Hello, Hello! Thanks for coming to check out what’s happening at CMHA Saskatchewan Division this month. We’re happy to have you 🙂 There are a few big updates to cover so lets just jump on into it shall we? 2018 CMHA Cash calendars are available for sale! Sales for our Cash Calendar fundraiser started […]Continue readingNewest Updates for Mid July!
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!
The Canadian Treatment Center for Obsessive Compulsive Disorders (CTCOCD) asked if we could help spread word of their organization. CTCOCD released a short PDF talking about what they do and some of the changes they have made. We wanted to share 🙂 The CTCOCD is a large bilingual specialized center that offers specialized treatments for […]Continue readingThe Canadian Treatment Center for Obsessive Compulsive Disorders (CTCOCD)
On Friday, May 5th, 2017 the second annual Wade Moffatt Memorial Gala will be held at the Conexus Arts Centre in Regina.Continue reading2017 Wade Moffatt Memorial Gala