The First Nations and Inuit Hope For Wellness Helpline provides culturally competent support 24/7. For more information, click here. Continue readingFirst Nations and Inuit Hope For Wellness Helpline
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Making More Resources for Fathers in Halifax who Need Them
Oct 24, 2019
"Horrifying" images: Alanis Morissette opens up about her postpartum depression
Oct 22, 2019
Filmmaker Wins Award to Explore Racism, Mental Health in North Preston
October 18, 2019
RCMP officer set to walk Okanagan Rail Trail for 60 hours for PTSD awareness
October 5, 2019
Why I left the lawn until later: A father reflects on miscarriage, loss and grief
Sept 29, 2019
Government has introduced legislation today (November 2nd) to help make the province more accessible and reduce barriers for persons with disabilities. An Act Respecting Accessibility in Nova Scotia is a framework for government to work with communities, businesses and non-profit organizations to create accessibility standards. Government will implement the Accessibility Act and develop the standards […]Continue readingNova Scotia Introduces Accessibility Act
Kicking off a National suicide awareness and fundraising campaign is a Cross-Canada concert for suicide prevention, awareness and hope! The healing power of music will draw Canadians together in a remarkable event to mark World Suicide Prevention Day. From sunrise to sunset, a series of concerts will take place in 13 cities from coast to coast, […]Continue readingWorld Suicide Prevention Day Mysterious Barricades Halifax Concert
The CMHA NS CAST Program would like to cast a suicide prevention net over Nova Scotia with the CAN campaign, covering the time between World Suicide Prevention Day (September 10th, 2016), Mental Illness Awareness Week (October 3rd – 9th, 2016), World Mental Health Day (October 10th, 2016) & Internal National Survivors of Suicide Loss Day […]Continue readingCMHA NS CAST Program presents the Cast A Net (CAN) Campaign!