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CMHA Weyburn Mental Health Week Events and Information

May 1st to 7th 2023 is mental health week, the theme to CMHA’s Mental Health Week is #MYSTORY, and this year CMHA’s are asking people to share their story.  We know that collectively and individually, we have multiple layers and stories that make us who we are; and each, and every one of us have mental health.  We all have different, yet equally valuable stories; we can share our stories to raise awareness and send a message that universal mental health care is important and needed now!

We encourage you to share your story by using hashtag #MyStory & #MentalHealthWeek to shine a light on your personal journey, a program you offer, how your community supports the mental health of others, how important mental health care is, or maybe even things you have in place to support your own mental health.

May 1 – 7        Community Wide Mental Health Awareness Campaign: Door Hangers

Mental Health Awareness Initiative – CMHA Weyburn and The Weyburn Police Service collaborated for this initiative where we are asking everyone to put the door hangers on their front door.  This door hanger includes a list of resources that can support someone struggling with their mental health.  The initiative not only raises awareness and the profile of mental health in our community, it promotes connection as well!  Connecting to Resources, Connecting to Community, to our neighbors, and to mental health.

MAY 2           Annual Mayors Luncheon with special Guest and Country Recording Artist – Amy Nelson   Tickets are $25 ea, with tables of 8 available. 11:30am – 1pm – McKenna Hall, Weyburn

Amy will be sharing her personal story along with her talent. Amy has performed at the Calgary Stampede, Canadian Music Week, Canadian Country Music Awards, AmericanaFest, BreakOut West, JunoFest and Australian Music Week, Groundwater Country Music Festival, and Gympie Music Muster in Australia.

May 3             Gambling Awareness Presentations – 2 Sessions Weyburn Credit Union, Community Room, 1:30pm and 6:30pm

Join us for an interactive display and presentation with Information on gambling, the risks, sports betting, and the overlap between gaming, and social media.  There will also be resources available for people who may be struggling with the disorder. 

May 4& 5      Annual Used Book Sale – 10:00am – 3:00pm – #35 3rd St NE Weyburn

A partnership with Blue Earth Environmental, books purchased by donation, with all proceeds from the event going directly to the CMHA Weyburn Branch

Click on the event poster below for more details, or call 306-842-7959.

Mental Health Week Events Poster

Door Hanger Awareness Initiative Poster

Mayor’s Luncheon Poster

Gambling Awareness Presentation Poster

Annual Used Book Sale Poster

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