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A Step Forward to Big Change in Child and Youth Mental Health
Sep 8th, 2016

Important recommendations in Select Standing Committee Report – The next step is to act boldly

BC Budget 2016: Missed opportunity to prioritize the mental health of British Columbians
Sep 8th, 2016

More action needed to put mental health and physical health on an equal footing says Canadian Mental Health Association Vancouver, British Columbia – Yesterday’s release of the 2016 provincial budget…

A Million Points Celebrate Women Who Are Making Mental Health Matter
Sep 8th, 2016

Nominate mental health champions in your community for a chance to win 1 Million Shoppers Optimum Points.

British Columbians urged to check in on their mental health
Sep 8th, 2016

British Columbians will soon be invited to check in and take action on their mental health thanks to a generous airtime donation by the province’s broadcasters.

Funding empowers BC parents tackling child behaviour issues
Sep 8th, 2016

Happy kids mean happy families, and that’s why the B.C. government has provided $1.49 million to the Canadian Mental Health Association BC Division (CMHABC) to support the ‘Confident Parents: Thriving Kids’ program, which helps parents address behavioural problems in kids aged three to 12.

Record-Breaking Shoppers Drug Mart Ride Don’t Hide Raises $1.36 Million for Mental Health Programs
Sep 8th, 2016

A record 7160 riders across Canada took part in the Ride Don’t Hide charity bike ride today, raising a record $1.36 million for Canadian Mental Health Association’s (CMHA) mental health programs and services. Organizers expect final numbers to increase, as riders and donations continue to come in.

CMHA partners with Canadian Hockey League to launch Talk Today
Sep 8th, 2016

The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) and the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) officially partnered on May 24, expanding the mental health and suicide-awareness program Talk Today.

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