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C.A.R.E. – Caregiver Affected Recovery Education
20 November 2023

Whether you are a paid professional, a family member, or a friend who fulfils the role of caregiver, this workshop us for you! No cost to register – Space is…

Executive Director – CMHA SK Division
15 November 2023

Employment Opportunity – Summit Search Group has been retained by the Canadian Mental Health Association – Saskatchewan on the recruitment of their next Executive Director. The Canadian Mental Health Association Inc. is a…

Semi Colon Event – Sept 9, 2023
29 August 2023

6th Annual Semi-Colon Event Under Your Skin Tattoos in partnership with CMHA WeyburnRaising awareness, promoting mental health, and recognizing World Suicide Prevention Day – Sept 10 10am – 5pm Call…

Parent Support Network
10 May 2023

Today’s Struggle Tomorrow Strength Meets the 2nd Wednesday of every month 7pm – Weyburn Credit Union – Community Room Poster with information

CMHA Weyburn Mental Health Week Events and Information
12 April 2023

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…

16 March 2023

Salary range:  MHWI scale $2919.65 – $3394.58 per month Temporary FT Position: April 1st, 2023 – June 30th 2023 with Possibility of extension to May 31, 2024 Responsibilities include: Providing…

Transition Magazine Editor
28 February 2023

We are looking for: Deadline to Apply is April 11, 2023 Please check out the Job Description for more information: 2023 TRANSITION Editor Job Description.docx

McGill research reveals positive impact of CMHA Ontario’s Talk Today program in Canadian Junior Hockey League
30 January 2023

Montreal/Toronto – A new report by McGill University Faculty of Education researchers shows Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Ontario’s Talk Today program is making a positive impact on athletes in…

This Mental Health Week is all about empathy
31 January 2022

“I can relate.” It’s a familiar expression and one you’ve likely used countless times throughout the pandemic. When someone has been sick or stressed, felt lonely or lost their job. You say it without having to think: “I get it….

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