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CMHA WW celebrates Canada’s Agriculture Day
13 February 2024

This February 13 is recognized as Canada’s Agriculture (Ag) Day and CMHA WW is joining in to celebrate farmers, farm workers and everyone who contributes to the success of Canada’s…

CMHA WW CHILDREN & YOUTH SERVICES BUILDING AND HOME OF THE GROVE YOUTH WELLNESS HUB NOW OPEN
12 February 2024

CMHA Waterloo Wellington and the Grove Youth Wellness Hub are pleased to announce our doors are open to the new Children and Youth Services building located at 737 Woolwich Street…

Faces of CMHA WW: Keshia, Support Coordinator Children Services
6 February 2024

1.What is involved in your role? I am a Support Coordinator within Children Services, supporting North and Centre Wellington. My role involves case management/service coordination for children, youth and their…

CMHA Waterloo Wellington Recognizes National Eating Disorders Awareness Week
1 February 2024

Approximately 1 million Canadians will suffer from an eating disorder at any given time.  There is no single cause of eating disorders.  Despite stereotypes and myths, eating disorders do not…

CMHA Waterloo Wellington to mark 10th season of Talk Today with mental health awareness game in partnership with Guelph Storm and presented by Syngenta and Grain Farmers of Ontario 
31 January 2024

For the 10th season, the Guelph Storm are partnering with Canadian Mental Health Association, Waterloo-Wellington for a mental health awareness game on Sunday, February 4th at 4:00pm, presented by Syngenta and Grain Farmers of…

Celebrating Black History this February
29 January 2024

Each February CMHA Waterloo Wellington recognizes Black History Month as a time of reflection, celebration and learning. Black History Month is an opportunity to honour and celebrate the successes and…

Bell Let’s Talk 2024 – Let’s Change This
22 January 2024

The 2024 Bell Let’s Talk awareness campaign – Let’s change this – highlights the mental health crisis Canadians are facing in very real and personal ways and issues a collective…

January Mental Health Check In with Mike Farwell
18 January 2024

In this edition of our Mental Health Check in with the Mike Farwell show on 570 News, CEO Helen Fishburn talks about the winter blues and how you can boost…

Blue Monday a Myth, but Winter Blues Reality
10 January 2024

For 16 years, the third Monday in January has been dubbed “Blue Monday,” billed as “the most depressing day of the year.” This simply isn’t true. However, research in Ontario…

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