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November 18 is International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day
27 October 2023

November 18 is International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day. A loss through suicide is like no other.  Knowing what to say or how to help someone coping with this type…

Care after the Call
25 October 2023

The Canadian Mental Health Association is urging the federal government to ensure that people who call the 9-8-8 crisis line receive “Care after the Call.” THE ISSUE Starting November 30,…

CMHA NS marks Remembrance Day with important reminder
24 October 2023

November 11 is Remembrance Day. On this day we remember those who lost their lives and have suffered injury and/or illness fighting for our country. The Canadian Mental Health Association…

CMHA NS commemorates Transgender Day of Remembrance
24 October 2023

November 20 is Transgender Day of Remembrance, an annual observance that honours the memory of transgender people whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence. These acts of violence…

Thank you to the Outsider Insight Project
17 October 2023

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts to Gavin Quinn and Mike Francis of The Outsider Insight Project for raising critical funds in support of our Communities Addressing Suicide…

Thank you to the Bangladesh Canada Friendship Society
17 October 2023

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts to the Bangladesh Canada Friendship Society [BCFS] for inviting us to participate in the Second annual Bangladesh Festival at the Halifax Forum…

Free workshop series will address Workplace Mental Health
11 October 2023

In recognition of Healthy Workplace Month, CMHA NS Division is hosting Workplace Mental Health, a FREE workshop series that will provide participants with the resources to successfully establish and maintain…

Circle of Hope will bring Nova Scotians together to commemorate those lost to suicide
9 October 2023

On October 21 Roots of Hope, Injury Free Nova Scotia and the Canadian Mental Health Association Nova Scotia Division invite you to join us for the Circle of Hope, a…

Canada’s second Forest of Hope will be planted in Cape Breton on October 21. 
6 October 2023

 Potlotek First Nation is hosting a tree planting event in support of their Forest of Hope project, in partnership with the Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention (CASP), Roots of Hope, Injury Free Nova Scotia, Port Hawkesbury…

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