Important Notice for the Community:

To help mitigate the potential risk of exposure and spread of COVID-19, CMHA-NL’s Board of Directors has taken a proactive approach to help keep our community, staff, volunteers, and program participants safe. As of March 18, 2020 all CMHA-NL offices are closed to the public. This includes our offices in St. John’s, Grand Falls-Windsor, and Stephenville. Staff will work remotely to ensure regular operations continue as usual, with the exception of the following:

All training courses, workshops, and events are cancelled up to and including April 30. Anyone registered for a course with CMHA-NL should check their email inbox for details.
All booth displays and workplace presentations are suspended until further notice.
All volunteer activity is suspended until further notice.

We will review further cancellations as new information is made available from public health authorities.

For the most current information about COVID-19, please visit https://www.gov.nl.ca/covid-19/.

To find resources in your community, please visit https://cmhanl.ca/get-help/. 

A Message From the CEO:
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Click HERE to read the message from CMHA-NL’s CEO.

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Resources:

View and print this handy information booklet to help teach children about COVID-19. Contains 12 brightly coloured page and interactive sections.

Click HERE to view “Hello! I am a Virus…”: Information Booklet for Children

Looking for a helpful podcast, self-help book, or mental health-focused Instagram account? View our March Newsletter for the latest!

Click HERE to view our March Newsletter.
Printable Tools, Worksheets, and Posters:
Online Webinars:

Check HERE for a list of FREE webinars related to workplace mental health, wellness for healthcare professionals, stress and anxiety management, and more.

More Online Resources:

• Have health-related questions related to COVID-19? Please complete the online self-assessment at www.811healthline.ca. If you have further questions, dial 811 on your phone any time from anywhere in the province to speak with a registered nurse. It is confidential and free.

• Search the Get Help section of CMHA-NL’s website for community supports.

• Visit BridgetheGapp.ca to access several free, online mental health and addictions programs to support your mental health during COVID-19. Help is only a click away!

The 30-Day Mindfulness Challenge is a free, online and only takes 5-10 minutes a day to improve mood, performance and reduce stress.

• Looking for help for anxiety, depression or substance use? TAO can provide you with self-help tools accessible from home.

• Feel like you need to relax and just breathe? The BreathingRoom can help! Learn to manage stress, depression or anxiety.

Get Help By Phone:

• If you have completed the online self-assessment at www.811healthline.ca and have further questions, or you do not have access to a computer or internet connection, dial 811 on your phone any time from anywhere in the province to speak with a registered nurse. It is confidential and free.

• If you are feeling isolated and alone during COVID-19, reach out and speak with a trained mental health peer supporter. Call the Provincial Warm Line at 1-855-753-2560, from 9:00 AM to 12:00 AM daily. They are there to listen and help.

• Anxious about COVID-19 and not sure where to turn? Call the Mental Health Crisis Line at 1-888-737-4668 if you are experiencing a mental health crisis. Available 24/7. You are not alone.

• If calling isn’t your thing, try the Crisis Text Line. It’s confidential, free and available to anyone in NL, any time! Text ‘Talk’ to 686868 and let a trained volunteer bring you from a hot moment to a cool calm.

For a full list of Mental Health and Addictions Programs and Services visit:
health.gov.nl.ca/health/mentalhealth/index.html or bridgethegapp.ca/adult/service-directory

 

 

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