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CMHA highlights housing as a human right for Human Rights Day
Dec 6th, 2023

Equality, justice, freedom, human dignity – these are the foundational rights enshrined by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which celebrates its 75th anniversary on December 10. As the international…

CMHA celebrates International Day of Persons with Disabilities
Nov 30th, 2023

As we commemorate the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) on December 3rd, CMHA-WECB recognizes that inclusivity extends beyond physical accessibility. It includes the mental and emotional health of…

CMHA welcomes the creation of 9-8-8, the three-digit suicide prevention line
Nov 30th, 2023

Ten CMHAs join network of service providers for the national crisis line Toronto, ON (November 30, 2023) – Beginning today, people anywhere in Canada can call and text 9-8-8 if…

Support mental health, addictions services and awareness on GivingTuesday
Nov 27th, 2023

Join CMHA-WECB on November 28 as we participate in GivingTuesday. This global day marks the beginning of the giving season, where charities, companies and individuals can all make a positive…

Tips to maintain well-being for National Addictions Awareness Week
Nov 21st, 2023

With the increasing complexity of the addictions landscape, it is a collective effort to support those at risk. That’s the message of this year’s National Addictions Awareness Week (NAAW), an…

Tips to maintain well-being for National Addictions Awareness Week
Nov 17th, 2023

With the increasing complexity of the addictions landscape, it is a collective effort to support those at risk. That’s the message of this year’s National Addictions Awareness Week (NAAW), an…

CMHA commemorates Transgender Day of Remembrance
Nov 16th, 2023

On November 20, CMHA-WECB stands with the trans community to honour the memory of transgender individuals whose lives were tragically taken by violence. Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is also…

The Comprehensive Role of Consumption and Treatment Services (CTS) in Ontario
Nov 3rd, 2023

Consumption and Treatment Services (CTS) are not only facilities for supervised drug consumption where overdoses can be reversed, for marginalized and vulnerable people, CTS offer wraparound services. Wraparound services recognize…

Community Benefits and Cost Savings: The Value of Consumption Treatment Services (CTS)
Nov 3rd, 2023

Ontario’s battle against the drug poisoning crisis has been a challenging one. Consumption treatment services (CTS) have emerged as a clear solution, offering both community benefits and significant cost savings….

The Real Impact of Consumption Treatment Services on Community Safety
Nov 3rd, 2023

The data is clear: consumption treatment services are not just neutral in their impact on community safety – they actively enhance it. Several studies have delved deep into the relationship…

The drug poisoning crisis in Ontario and the need for harm reduction
Nov 3rd, 2023

Ontario is grappling with a deepening drug poisoning crisis. The harms related to unregulated opioids have seen a sharp uptick, with more emergency room visits, hospitalizations, and fatal overdoses. The…

Navigating Mental Well-Being Amid the Middle East Conflict
Oct 18th, 2023

The ongoing war in the Middle East has garnered significant attention worldwide. With real-time updates, graphic images, and a plethora of opinions flooding our screens, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed….

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