Find Help and Information. CMHA Peel General Information & Referral: 905-451-2123 CMHA Peel General Information & Referral: 905-451-2123 Central Intake Referral Form Central Intake Referral Form (French version) Crisis Help Lines: If you are in a mental health crisis, we can help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Over 16 years, call: 905-278-9036 Crisis Support Peel Over 16 & in Caledon, […]Continue readingWe Can Help: Connect with CMHA Peel General Information & Referral
Brampton, Ontario – The Mississauga Steelheads Hockey Club and the Canadian Mental Health Association – Peel Branch (CMHA Peel) are teaming up to raise awareness about the importance of mental health during the Steelheads Family Day Game, February 16, 2015. This initiative is part of Talk Today, a joint CMHA and Ontario Hockey League project […]Continue readingMedia Release: Mississauga Steelheads and CMHA Peel Make Mental Health the Goal on Family Day!
CMHA Ontario and the Ontario Hockey League to launch Talk Today, an exciting new mental health initiative Canadian Mental Health Association- Peel Branch (CMHA Peel) is proud to be a part of an exciting new initiative called Talk Today. Talk Today is a province-wide program developed and delivered in partnership with the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) […]Continue readingTeaming up with the Mississauga Steelheads and the Ontario Hockey League
Brampton Guardian By Radhika Panjwani PEEL — The Canadian Mental Health Association – Peel Branch (CMHA Peel) fundraiser— Ride Don’t Hide— raised more than $35,000 for local health programs and initiatives. More than 200 cyclists congregated in Caledon on June 22 to take part in the 100K or 50K scenic ride that weaved around the Caledon trail. […]Continue readingCyclists come out in droves to support Peel Ride Don’t Hide
Over 200 cyclists pedal through Caledon for mental health awareness and acceptance Brampton, Ontario – The Canadian Mental Health Association – Peel Branch (CMHA Peel) is excited to announce that Sunday’s Ride Don’t Hide community cycling event in Caledon surpassed its goal, raising over $35,000 for local mental health programs and initiatives. Over 200 cyclists came […]Continue readingRide Don’t Hide raises over $35,000 for CMHA Peel!
National Community Ride aims to raise awareness and help remove stigma Brampton, Ontario – This Sunday, June 22, cyclists from across Peel Region and the GTA will come together to participate in Ride Don’t Hide, with a goal of raising $35,000 for the Canadian Mental Health Association – Peel Branch (CMHA Peel) programs and initiatives. […]Continue readingMedia Advisory: 200 cyclists expected to Ride Don’t Hide this Sunday in support of mental health
Brampton Guardian BRAMPTON – To mark the beginning of its 63rd Annual Mental Health Week (MHW), the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) today (May 5) launched a new campaign asking Canadians how they really feel and challenging them to answer the question, “Are you phine or fine?” By defining “Phine” as “saying you’re fine when […]Continue readingAsking the tough question part of Mental Health Week
On June 22 join CMHA Peel and cycle to raise awareness and acceptance Media Release Backgrounder Brampton, Ontario – The Canadian Mental Health Association/Peel Branch (CMHA Peel) today announces its new mental health awareness event Ride Don’t Hide, calling on cyclists from across the GTA to join the movement that’s sweeping the nation. Ride Don’t […]Continue readingMedia Release: Ride Don’t Hide set to draw hundreds of cyclists to Peel Region in support of mental health
Join us for our Kick Off Event! We have reached full capacity and registration is now closed. When: Wednesday April 9, 2014 Where: Maple Banquet Hall 1325 Eglinton Ave. E. Mississauga Time: 8.30 am – 4.00 pm. Flyer – System Coordination Kick Off – April 9 OVERVIEW The day will focus on the following: Overview of […]Continue readingSystem Coordination in Central West LHIN & Region of Peel
Brampton Guardian, By Peter Criscione PEEL—Although there are many factors that contribute to homelessness, people with serious mental health conditions make up a disproportionately high number of those living on the street, experts say. This afternoon, local support workers, United Way staff and Bell employees gathered at the Peel Outreach office on Mavis Road in Mississauga as […]Continue readingPeel outreach sheds light on mental illness and homelessness