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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….

October is Healthy Workplace Month
Oct 17th, 2023

As a part of Canada’s Healthy Workplace Month, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Windsor-Essex County Branch is championing psychological health and safety in health care settings. CMHA-WECB’s Mental Health…

September 10th World Suicide Prevention Day. Join CMHA to reduce risk.
Sep 8th, 2023

September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day. It is also a day of resolve – a call to action for the whole world to join together and take action to…

International Overdose Awareness Day – A Day of Reflection and Action
Aug 28th, 2023

August 31st marks International Overdose Awareness Day (IAOD), a day that signifies lives profoundly affected by the global overdose epidemic. The data for July 2023 stands as a stark reminder:…

CMHA recognizes Prisoners’ Justice Day
Aug 9th, 2023

CMHA-WECB observes Prisoners’ Justice Day on August 10 to honour individuals who died unnaturally or violently while incarcerated in correctional institutions.   The Ontario Chief Coroner’s Expert Panel’s report examined 186 deaths…

Safe Beds open house showcases program
Jul 13th, 2023

The CMHA-WECB’s Safe Beds Residential Program hosted an open house yesterday for community partners and the media to showcase the program, which opened in September 2020. To learn more about…

CMHA recognizes International Self-Care Day 2023
Jul 13th, 2023

CMHA-WECB joins individuals and organizations around the world on July 24th, in celebration of International Self-Care Day. The awareness day is intended to emphasize the importance of self-care and its…

CMHA Windsor-Essex explores changing hours of operation to meet rising demand for mental health services
Jul 4th, 2023

Sanjay Maru, CTV Windsor June 28, 2023 The Canadian Mental Health Association of Windsor-Essex (CMHA) is reevaluating its operations in response to the growing demand for mental health and addiction…

CMHA celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day
Jun 20th, 2023

Every June 21, Canadians come together to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day, an opportunity to honour the rich cultures and contributions of Canada’s First Nations, Inuit, and Metis peoples. There…

CMHA recognizes PTSD Awareness Day
Jun 19th, 2023

CMHA-WECB joins individuals and organizations around the world in recognizing PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) Awareness Day. PTSD Awareness Day was officially recognized for the first time in Ontario by the…

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