Author: CMHA

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28 Dec Start Talking Cup

The "Start Talking Cup" was the dream of Jim Harris and John Kelly. A dream that would continue to grow year after year. Their vision was to shine the spotlight on the mental health of young hockey players and the youth in our community, and...

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02 Nov Jammin For Jamie

Planning has begun for the 5th Annual Jammin' for Jamie!! big news coming soon! While honoring and celebrating—through music—the precious life of Jamie Turner, this event has been organized for the sole purpose of increasing awareness, improving perspectives, and getting people talking about Mental Illnesses in...

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24 May Walk for Suicide Awareness

Thank you for your support with our  7th Annual Walk for Suicide Awareness   Together we raised just over $3500!       Barrie suicide awareness walk gives people hope, tools to live ( Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save...

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23 May 6th Annual Start Talking Golf Tournament

Proudly presented by     Our 6th Annual "Start Talking" Golf Tournament was another amazing success!   We are proud to announce $32, 000 was raised for the   Start Talking Campaign!   Thank you to everyone!     ...

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05 Apr “Start Talking” Campaign

The World Health Organization (WHO) states there is no health without mental health. Canadian Mental Health Association, Simcoe County Branch (CMHA) has embarked on a campaign to bring awareness to mental health and in doing so breaking the stigma. “Start Talking” and joining the conversation...

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01 Mar March Mullet Event

                     March Mullet 2017, a month for mental health awareness. March Mullet was founded by Dan Michalsky. Dan had difficulty growing a Moustache for “Movember” and wondered how he could start a similar fundraiser to help support mental health…..he had joked with his friends about his...

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07 Nov World Suicide Prevention and Awareness Day

              World Suicide Prevention Day happens each year on September 10th and is a day to remember loved ones that we've lost to suicide as well as learn about, celebrate and promote suicide prevention efforts and mental health services that exist in our community to support...

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