Brigadoon Village is a non-profit recreational facility which has been designed specifically to meet the needs of children and youth living with health conditions and other life challenges in Atlantic Canada. We are located on Aylesford Lake in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia. Camp programs are for children and youth between 7-18 years of […]Continue reading2019 Brigadoon Summer Camp Dates
CMHA NS Division would like to thank King’s Theatre, Annapolis Royal for supporting CMHA NS’ Annapolis County Mental Health Support Group through their generous donation of tickets to tomorrow nights showing “If It’s Alright With You” by Catherine MacLellan. For more information about the show and Kings Theatre Annapolis Royal check out their website: […]Continue readingA Big Thank You to Kings Theatre Annapolis Royal
Addiction Services are located throughout Nova Scotia to help individuals, families and communities to achieve a safe and healthy lifestyle. If you or someone you know has a problem with alcohol, drugs or gambling, please contact one of the services below. Each location employs experienced counselors who can help you work through any issue you […]Continue readingAddictions
If you choose to use, be informed first. Be in the know about legal cannabis in Nova Scotia by checking out the public awareness campaign by the Nova Scotia government. This campaign helps Nova Scotians understand how to use cannabis safely, as well as the laws and risks associated with it. Check out the campaign […]Continue readingBe in the know about legal cannabis in Nova Scotia
With inspiration from The International Association of Suicide Prevention’s (IASP) suicide prevention ribbon (yellow & gold ribbon inset) to support World Suicide Prevention Day, the Canadian Mental Health Association Nova Scotia (CMHA NS) Division’s Communities Addressing Suicide Together (CAST) Program crafted their own Nova Scotia version for the CAN (Cast A Net) campaign. Similar to […]Continue readingCAN Suicide Prevention Awareness Ribbons Now Available!
News Release August 14, 2018 Celebrating 100 years of the Canadian Mental Health Association DARTMOUTH, Nova Scotia (August 14, 2018) – The Canadian Mental Health Association is celebrating its 100th anniversary as the nation-wide leader and champion for community based mental health and addictions. The CMHA’s in Nova Scotia (NS) are the […]Continue readingCelebrating 100 years of the Canadian Mental Health Association
In response to the recent deaths of Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade by suicide, The CMHA’s Centre for Suicide Prevention has generated an article that talks about preventing contagion. Check out the full article hereContinue readingCelebrity Suicide Deaths- Preventing Contagion