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Whether you are making a one-time or monthly gift, honouring the memory of a loved one, celebrating a milestone or participating in or hosting a fundraising event, your donation to the Canadian Mental Health Association of Waterloo Wellington (CMHA WW) will support the 1 in 5 youth, adults, and seniors experiencing mental health, addictions, and developmental issues get the help they need.
Located at 737 Woolwich St N in Guelph, CMHA Waterloo Wellington‘s Children and Youth Services building will be a hub for child and youth mental health services as well as developmental services in Guelph-Wellington. Opening Fall of 2023! This NEW, 48,000 sq ft, three-floor building will create a “one-stop-shop” for over 30 service providers, making it easy and seamless for 9,000 local children, youth up to age 26, and their families to get what they need to reach their full potential.
CMHA WW is a vibrant, challenging and exciting place to work. We build human connections through client and staff interaction, putting people at the centre of everything that we do. We offer an inclusive, innovative, and collaborative work culture that helps us deliver exemplary service. At CMHA WW, we care about the development, safety and well-being of our employees. Check out current opportunities.
Our corporate and workplace services are custom designed sessions for professionals in their workplace. These courses provide skills for leadership to support staff, as well as skill building for staff who support clients/patients/consumers. Workplace programs can include customized training, certificate programs, wellness program audits, psychological health and safety support and more.
We have seen a sharp increase in the number of people reaching out for help – many of whom have never needed help from the formal mental health system before. Your participation in the Shoppers Drug Mart Run for Women means quicker access to critical mental health resources for our daughters, mothers, sisters, grandmothers, friends, and coworkers, so that that they can get the help they need now.
We are looking for feedback on your experiences with the services you receive from CMHA WW. Your responses will help us to improve the quality of our services. All surveys are anonymous, and your responses are confidential. Thank you for helping us improve our services!
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