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Aboriginal Mental Health Promotion Resources

Connecting the Dots was an innovative 3-year project funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada.* The initiative sought to promote the mental health of urban** Aboriginal youth and families by bringing community partners together to address risk and protective factors influencing mental health.

Criminal Justice

These resources and fact sheets were developed through our projects on mental health and the criminal justice system.

Engaging People with Lived Experience

Embracing the voice of people with mental illness and addiction is one of the key values of CMHA. This workbook is designed to help CMHA and other like-minded service providers bring this value to life through their work.

Family and Youth Peer Support

The Strengthening Family and Youth Voices project was a province-wide project exploring the role of peer support in child and youth mental health.

Indigenous Mental Health Promotion: Recommended Resources

A variety of provincial and national resources for Indigenous mental health promotion.

Indigenous Mental Health: Visions articles

Visions is an award-winning quarterly magazine written by and for people who have experienced mental health or substance use problems, family and friends, service providers, and decision-makers.

Mental Health Programs for Indigenous Communities

Learn about Living Life to the Full and Beyond the Blues: Education and Screening Days.

Privacy and Information Sharing Resources

These guides are to serve as reference tools for practitioners, individuals and families that access the mental health and substance use system of care.

Training for Police and Other First Responders

Learn about crisis intervention and mental health training available for police and other first responders.

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