CMHA-Kings and partners are re-posting the position of Smoking Cessation Coordinator. If you have a passion for building community capacity for harm reduction around tobacco use within the population of people who live with chronic mental illness, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on May 2, 2017Continue readingJob re-posting – Smoking Cessation Coordinator
If you are an artist and an individual who has experienced mental health issues, your original art could become an official CMHA Thank You card. Enter now, contest ends December 22, 2013. CMHA needs a thank you card that can be used for any purpose by all CMHA staff, volunteers, family, friends and/or the general […]Continue readingCalling all artists: Get creative with CMHA’s Thank You card contest!
Are you a person with a disability or the immediate family member of a person with a disability? The Government of Canada is conducting a study about government programs for persons with disabilities and issues related to saving for the future. If you or your immediate family member with a disability is in receipt of […]Continue reading$75 to Research Participants
Bell is asking Canadians to join the conversation to help end the stigma of mental illness. For every text message sent and every long distance call made by BellAliant customers on that day, Bell will donate $0.05 more to Canadian mental health programs. This year, Bell is also counting shares of the Bell Let’s Talk […]Continue readingBell Let’s Talk Day 2013
Annapolis Valley Health is seeking input on their third strategic plan “Creating Healthy Communities Together”.Continue readingAnnapolis Valley Health is seeking input on their third strategic plan
A webinar co-hosted by the Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada (CDPAC) and the Public Health Agency of Canada’s (PHAC) Canadian Best Practices Initiative.Continue readingSuicide Prevention in Canada: Innovative Approaches and Best Practices
October 1-7, 2012 Look for street banners promoting mental wellness in Wolfville and Kentville this month. Arranged by the Mental Wellness Partners Group of Kings and Annapolis Counties, with support from Annapolis Valley Health, Kentville Rotary Club, Eastern Kings Memorial Health Foundation, CMHA-Kings and the Kings County Chapter of the Schizophrenia Society.Continue readingMental Illness Awareness Week 2012
All week long, there will be a Collateral Damage Interim Exhibit at Acadia University in the Athletic complex. The interim exhibit includes a total of 15 portraits; each including a photograph of a survivor of suicide loss, and a brief but powerful story of that person’s loss. AVH Mental Health and Addictions, Acadia University and […]Continue readingWorld Suicide Prevention Day