(Toronto, June 24, 2020) – The following is a statement from Camille Quenneville, CEO, of the Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario in reaction to the death of Ejaz Choudry: “It’s sad, heartbreaking and incredibly upsetting that once again an individual experiencing distress has died after a police response to a mental health crisis call. It’s […]Continue readingCMHA Ontario responds to the death of yet another individual experiencing a crisis.
NEW RESOURCE ON USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO BENEFIT YOUR MENTAL HEALTH
On February 4, CMHA joins educators, industry professionals and the community worldwide in acknowledging Safer Internet Day, which aims to create both a safer and a better internet, where everyone is empowered to use technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively. When it comes to new technologies, one of the biggest concerns with regards to mental […]Continue readingNEW RESOURCE ON USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO BENEFIT YOUR MENTAL HEALTH