CMHA is now accepting applications from workplaces that have demonstrated a solid commitment to maintaining employees’ mental health, to receive the Clarence Meredith Hincks award.
Goal of Award
As the nationwide leader and champion for mental health, CMHA recognizes inspirational leadership, innovation and excellence in maintaining and improving mental health for all. This year, CMHA would like to select a workplace that exemplifies the criteria for this award.
On its fifth anniversary, Bell announced they will extend Bell Let’s Talk – an initiative to raise awareness about mental health and help reduce the stigma associated with mental illness – for a further five years and at least $100 million in total funding.
As a responsible employer, you provide a physically safe environment for your workers. But what about their psychological health and safety? Are you doing enough to help your staff be their best selves at work?
Are you looking for mental health tips or interested in more information about a specific mental health issue? CMHA’s Brochures can help you learn more about mental health, mental illness and addiction.
More than 6,000 riders of all ages took part in Canada’s largest community bike ride for mental health on Father’s Day
(Toronto, ON) This Father’s Day, more than 6,000 mental health supporters took part in the Canadian Mental Health Association’s (CMHA) Ride Don’t Hide charity bike ride, raising more than $1.1 million for mental health programs and services. All Ride Don’t Hide funds raised locally will go towards mental health programs within the local communities.