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The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA)


The Canadian Mental Health Association is (CMHA) is a national network of 135 branches in communities across Canada. CMHA is dedicated to the promotion of the mental health of all people, and to ensuring the provision of the best possible services for people with mental health problems.

CMHA's grassroots programs are meant to ensure that people whose mental health is endangered will find the help needed to cope with crisis, regain confidence, and return to community, family and job.

CMHA combats mental health problems and emotional disorders through research and information services, sponsored research projects, and workshops, seminars, pamphlets, newsletters and resource centres.

CMHA acts as a social advocate to encourage public action and commitment to strengthen community mental health services, legislation and policies affecting services.

Extensive listings of publications include categories of:

- Consumers and Families - Violence;

- Workplace;

- History;

- Youth Social Action Series;

- Focus [bulletin];

- Policy Statements and

- Pamphlets


2160 Yonge Street, 3rd Floor

Toronto, Ontario M4S 2Z3 tel: (416) 484-7750 / fax: (416) 484-4617