Mental Health Now! policy document urges investments in Mental Health for all Canadians FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 6, 2016 - The Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health (CAMIMH) is excited to announce the launch of its comprehensive policy document, entitled Mental Health Now! This document represents a powerful call to action ...
September 6, 2016Charlotte Webber
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 18, 2016 - Today, the Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health (CAMIMH) announced the four Canadians selected for its annual Faces of Mental Illness campaign. CAMIMH received dozens of nominations, the most ever, from across the country of people living in recovery from mental ...
July 19, 2016admin
OTTAWA, May 2, 2016 - Tomorrow, the Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health (CAMIMH) will host the fourteenth annual Champions of Mental Health Awards Gala in Ottawa. Each year, CAMIMH selects a group of “Champions” through a national nomination from the public to identify and recognize Canadians who have ...
May 2, 2016admin
(Ottawa, Ontario) April 21, 2016, Today, the Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health (CAMIMH) officially launched the 14th annual Faces of Mental Illness campaign, seeking nominations from the public. The campaign focuses on five selected individuals and empowers them to share their experiences of living with mental illnesses, ...
April 21, 2016Charlotte Webber
English PDF Version Français PDF Version THE CAMPAIGN IS ON: BE PART OF THE TEAM! The Defeat Depression Campaign is getting people to take action against depression and MOVE FOR MENTAL HEALTH! This is the only Pan-Canadian multi-organizational, family-based mental health campaign consisting of walks, runs, rides and other activities. Physical activity such as walking, running and ...
May 21, 2013admin
English PDF Version Français PDF Version Bell Let’s Talk Campaign Fact Sheet Bell’s Mental Health Initiative In 2010 Bell announced that it would be contributing $50 million to mental health related initiatives over the next five years. The Bell Mental Health initiative supports an extensive range of programs to enhance mental health in every ...
February 5, 2013admin
MIAW is a national education campaign which aims to promote a public conversation on the need for early intervention and increased access to appropriate mental health services for all Canadians. The Faces of Mental Illness campaign, a key initiative of MIAW, features the inspirational untold stories of Canadians living with ...
August 11, 2012admin
Our goal is to end the stigma associated with mental illness, and ensure better understanding and access to diagnosis and treatment. The MIAW campaign includes: Faces of Mental Illness Champions of Mental Health Awards
April 25, 2011admin