One’s environment is extremely important especially when they are in recovery for addiction. So when the furniture at G & B House, our 15 bed residential addiction treatment facility for men, started to look worn, we knew it was time to make some much needed improvements and new furniture in the livingroom was at the […]Continue readingDonor Dollars In Action Helped to Transform the Livingroom at G & B House. Thank you donors! Thank you Crate Designs!
Our hearts are filled to the brim with thankfulness to the Pick up Game Band who planned and hosted a #RyanRemembered Fundraising Concert in memory of their close friend and founder of the band Ryan Norris who tragically took his life this past July. The concert recently took place on November 17th at the Heartwood […]Continue readingThe Pick Up Game #RyanRemembered Fundraiser Concert shone a light on suicide and suicide prevention while raising funds for the CMHA Grey Bruce ASIST Program.
Each November the Youth Awareness programs of CMHA Grey Bruce holds a Cinnabon fundraiser for their programs. This year we are offering a box of 9 Mini-bons, delivered fresh from the bakery for $20, a savings of over $3 off the retail price. Also available are gift certificates for a box of 9 Mini-bons for […]Continue readingOur Cinnabon Fundraiser in support of our Youth Education and Awareness Program is on now!
With hearts full, we are pleased and excited to share news of a generous financial gift of $5000 USD from Regal Rexnord. Employees from the Hanover firm were instrumental in choosing where funds were directed and we are so grateful that this donation will support local non-funded mental health and addiction programming and education. At […]Continue readingRegal Nexford invests in local mental health with their generous donation of $5000 USD to CMHA Grey Bruce.
Last Friday, MPP Rick Byers had the opportunity to hear how a $135,900 Resilient Communities Fund grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation has enabled the Canadian Mental Health Association Grey Bruce Mental Health and Addiction Services to deliver the Recovery College, providing in-person and virtual learnings throughout Grey Bruce Counties. The grant was awarded earlier […]Continue reading$135,900 OTF Grant Makes a Difference with CMHA Grey Bruce’s Recovery College
Attention Dads Our CMHA Grey Bruce “My Dad’s Group” is back with new sessions starting in both Owen Sound and Hanover on September 26th and 27th. This free 11 week program is a great opportunity to connect with other local dads to share parenting strategies, build communication skills and learn more about the stages of […]Continue readingOur “My Dad’s Group” is back with new sessions starting in Owen Sound and Hanover.
The Covid-19 pandemic had a huge impact on our mental health and wellbeing and farmers have been especially affected. A recent University of Guelph survey of 1200 farmers found that this demographic suffered from extremely high levels of stress, depression, anxiety and emotional exhaustion. The study also revealed that 1 in 4 farmers felt that […]Continue readingOur farmers’ mental health matters. These support programs are there to help! Learn more here!
And she’s off!!! On September 10th, Olivia Sroka started her journey of a 900 km hike of the Bruce Trail all in support of CMHA Grey Bruce mental health programming. Her fundraiser is called “Get Outside and Live Your Trail for CMHA Grey-Bruce”. This photo shows Olivia at the start of the Bruce Trail – […]Continue readingOlivia Sroka’s “Live Your Best Trail” in support of local mental health programming is on now!
April 25, 2022, Owen Sound: The members of the Hanover Lions Club are incredible members of our community! The hours of time, the number of miles driven in their vehicles, and a number of phone calls and emails sent are all beyond counting! Just ask the FAN Club characters of the Youth Awareness programs […]Continue readingHanover Lions Club makes donation to Youth Awareness programs of CMHA Grey Bruce
CMHA Grey Bruce recognizes today, May 5, as the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirit People (MMIWG2S) in Canada, also known as #RedDressDay. Today is a day to honour and remember the Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit people who have lost their lives to colonial and gender-based violence […]Continue readingCMHA recognizes Red Dress Day, the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirit People (MMIWG2S)