NL Mental Health and Addictions Program Evaluation
May 14, 2020
***Call for Participants: CLOSED*** This program evaluation will help advance CMHA-NL’s Public Reporting Project with data-driven and evidence-based evaluation. The purpose of this evaluation is to identify gaps in mental health and addictions services…
Data says NLers are anxious, crave real connection
May 4, 2020
75 per cent of Atlantic Canadians who were asked “how are you?” rely on “I’m fine, thanks” to express how they’re doing, despite the fact that they are feeling more negative emotions than positive ones these days (61% negative vs. 39% positive). The data were released to mark Canada’s 69th annual Mental Health Week, which runs May 4-10, 2020.
To lower the risk of exposure and spread of COVID-19 to our community, staff, volunteers, and program participants, ALL CMHA-NL OFFICES ARE CLOSED effective March 18. Our staff continue to work remotely. Check this post for updates, resources, and printable tools to help you and your loved ones during this time.
For CMHA-NL and our friends at Parks Canada NL, the Signal Hill Star has become a beacon of hope and a symbol of support for those who may be struggling with, or supporting someone with, mental health issues and mental illness.
CMHA-NL is currently seeking a motivated and energetic fundraising professional for the role of Fund Development Coordinator. Interested in joining our team? Click ‘Read More’ for the full job description and application instructions.
John Abbott returned from a five-week backpacking journey across Newfoundland and Labrador ready for a challenge. He saw an opportunity to bring his skills to what he describes as a well-respected community organization and position it to be the leader and champion for mental health in the province.
The 7th annual Tickle Swim is a much-anticipated summer event for seasoned and beginner swimmers alike. To accommodate growing interest, CMHA-NL has introduced the first-ever Little Tickle event for new and junior swimmers.