CMHA Grey Bruce is thrilled to be the donation recipient of the 17th Annual Reindeer Romp! This annual event is happening in-person as well as virtually. The new location this year is taking place at the Fitness Corner South, 497 Meadow Lane, Southampton. This event is taking place at 9:30AM or you can watch virtually […]Continue reading17th Annual Reindeer Romp
Hello Everyone! My Dad’s Group is an interactive session and a part of the Men’s Program at CMHA Grey Bruce. My Dad’s Group provides a supportive environment for men to learn, accept and embrace their roles and responsibilities of being a father. The program supports fathers to better understand their children’s needs at different stages, overcome personal […]Continue readingMy Dad’s Group is offering free 11-Week program sessions. Register now!
We are thrilled to express gratitude for #GivingTuesday and are thrilled for our Giving Tuesday campaign this year. We are wanting to raise $1,000.00 to pay for 10 of our folks in our Union Place to play Lawn Bowling this spring. Physical health is so important but typically has a price attached to it. […]Continue readingCanada celebrates #GivingTuesday! Help us to reach our $1000 fundraising goal.
CMHA Grey Bruce recognizes National Addictions Awareness Week From November 21 – 27, CMHA Grey Bruce will join with the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) and addiction prevention, treatment and recovery organizations across the country to mark National Addictions Awareness Week (NAAW). This years’ theme for National Addictions Awareness Week is Driving […]Continue reading
CMHA Grey Bruce is excited to announce that we will be a participating workplace in the upcoming Grey Bruce Virtual Job Fair being held on November 23rd. Are you interested in working in the field of mental health? Do you have the education and experience necessary and are looking for a rewarding career making a […]Continue readingCMHA at Grey Bruce Virtual Job Fair
CMHA Grey Bruce was honored and privileged to receive an incredible donation amount of $5,703.03 to go towards our youth awareness and education programs at CMHA Grey Bruce from Knowledge First Financial. Our Youth Awareness Team has been incredibly busy reaching as many youth as they can during the pandemic. From April 1st, 2020, to […]Continue readingKnowledge First Financial Spirit 65 contest awards $5703.03 to CMHA Grey Bruce’s Youth Awareness Programs
BRAMPTON ― As part of the 2021 Ontario Economic Outlook and Fiscal Review: Build Ontario, the Ontario government is investing $12.4 million over two years to provide existing and expanded mental health and addictions supports for all frontline health care workers across the province. This investment will protect our progress in the fight against COVID-19 […]Continue readingOntario Expanding Mental Health and Addictions Supports for Frontline Health Care Workers
CMHA Grey Bruce’s Youth Awareness Team is selling boxes of 9 mini-bon Cinnabons as well as gift certificates that can be given as a stocking stuffer or saved towards a later purchase when you are near a Cinnabons location. We are offering the Cinnabons for $13 a box which is a $2 savings off of […]Continue readingYouth Awareness Cinnabon Fundraiser
CMHA Grey Bruce Announces One Number for Easy Access to All Services (Owen Sound, Oct.18, 2021) – Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Grey Bruce Mental Health and Addiction Services has introduced a single phone number to access all local programs and services across the organization. Community members can now access all 16 CMHA Grey Bruce […]Continue readingCMHA Grey Bruce Announces One Number for Easy Access to All Services
As individuals and organizations recognize World Homelessness Day and World Mental Health Day on Oct 10, CMHA Grey Bruce is reminding the community that housing is key to the recovery for many people with mental health issues. Individuals with serious mental health conditions frequently identify income and housing as the most important factors in achieving […]Continue readingImportance of housing for mental health highlighted on October 10