Hello Partner & Member, Canadian Mental Health Association, Kamloops Branch invites you to join us at our virtual Annual General Meeting on Monday September 12, 2022. When: Sept 12, 2022 05:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Please register in advance for this meeting: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcsd-qqrzMtEtEj6u9GK97GzN_itn3-z50J After registering, you will receive a confirmation […]Continue reading2022 AGM
For two years, COVID-19 has plagued us. And for two years, CMHA and UBC have been asking Canadians how they’re doing. Now, in the latest round of research, Canadians are saying they are stressed about what’s coming next. They’re concerned COVID-19 is here to stay. According to the research, 64% of people in Canada are […]Continue readingFeel like you’re running on empty these days? You’re not alone.
This article is brought to you by the Canadian Mental Health Association and ParticipACTION to raise awareness of the mental health benefits of physical activity and provide actionable solutions to Move for your Mood! Move for your Mood As the winter days get shorter, darker and colder, many of us have less energy and a […]Continue readingMove for your Mood
KAMLOOPS, BC – (November 3, 2021): The board of directors of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Kamloops has permanently appointed Alfred Achoba to the position of Executive Director. Achoba had been Interim Executive Director since 2020. “We are pleased Alfred has accepted this role on a permanent basis,” says Greg Thomson, President CMHA Kamloops […]Continue readingCanadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Kamloops Branch board appoints Alfred Achoba as Executive Director
How to help someone thinking about suicide By Canadian Mental Health Association’s Centre for Suicide Prevention September 10 is World Suicide Prevention Day, a day to remember those we’ve lost to suicide and raise awareness about how suicide can be prevented. People who are considering suicide describe feeling hopeless, burdensome, overwhelmed, stuck, and unable to […]Continue readingHow to Help Someone Thinking About Suicide
Have you read the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action (TRCC, 2015)? Their calls to action are a list of 94 ways in which federal, provincial, territorial, and Aboriginal governments can tangibly work to take a step towards reconciliation. Much of the focus is on education, equal access and opportunity, and building […]Continue readingTruth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action
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Hello Partner & Member, Canadian Mental Health Association, Kamloops Branch invites you to join us at our virtual Annual General Meeting on Wednesday August 11, 2021. When: Aug 11, 2021 05:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Please register in advance for this meeting: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJckf–hqTMqGtxkDC09YWAHUsnXeOabyerM After registering, you will receive a confirmation […]Continue readingCMHA Kamloops Branch – virtual Annual General Meeting
Beneath the surface: Self-care myths and facts Over the years, we’ve seen a steady increase in mental health awareness. More and more, we’re hearing and talking about wellness, mindfulness, therapy, stress management and self-care. While it’s exciting to see increased interest in mental health, the popularization of wellness can sometimes lead to misinformation and the […]Continue readingSelf-care Day – July 24
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 […]Continue readingA logo for reconciliation: CMHA shows solidarity with Indigenous peoples in Canada