Register Here Ride Don’t Hide is the largest mental health bike ride in Canada. But it’s more than a fundraiser—it’s a movement for mental health. The 2021 ride will be virtual. “choose-your-own-adventure.” You decide how—and how much—to get involved. Ride Outside, Ride Inside or Ride in Spirit. Because it doesn’t have to be a literal […]Continue readingRide Don’t Hide 2021 Registration is Open!
Join Our Community of Giving Inviting the public to get involved with ‘Make My Day’ Project in two ways: Make a colorful envelope Create a Positive Message to be sent in them to help make someone’s day (Some ideas are; art, poetry, encouraging words, jokes, collage, etc..) *Please leave the envelopes unsealed Next step: Drop off all items […]Continue readingMake My Day Project
Join Denise and Shannon from CMHA Shuswap-Revelstoke every Monday morning to practice Mindfulness from 8:30am-9am. 13 sessions March 22nd – June 28th 2021 (No sessions Easter Monday & Victoria Day) Start your week with a little self-compassion by paying attention to the present moment. Remembering to take a pause to bring our attention to the present […]Continue readingMindfulness Mondays 2021 @8:30am
It’s been a year like no other. The pandemic. The lockdown to deal with the pandemic. The crushing social injustice and inequities. The reeling economy. And then the second wave. It’s. a. lot. Even before the pandemic, things were rough. More than 1.6 million people in Canada already had unmet mental health care needs. There […]Continue readingEveryone Needs Somewhere to Turn
The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Shuswap/Revelstoke Branch and BC Housing are pleased to announce that new affordable rental housing will soon be opening in Salmon Arm. Salmon Arm has an extremely low vacancy rate and limited affordable rental options. The new building at 540 3rd Street South West, called Larch Place, will provide 32 new […]Continue readingNew affordable rental housing will soon be opening in Salmon Arm
Creating a mentally healthy and safe workplace Responding with Respect: Workplace Mental Health Skills for Managers is a highly effective workshop designed to reduce the negative impact of mental health problems in the workplace. One in three Canadians will experience a mental health or substance use disorder in their lifetime,1 while others will experience challenges that […]Continue readingResponding with Respect | CMHA BC – Workplace Mental Health Skills for Managers
How to Register You can register for LivingWorks Start, or bring it to your team, by following CMHA-Shuswap-Revelstoke’s direct link: https://shop.livingworks.net/discount/ORG010?redirect=%2Fproducts%2Flivingworks-start When you register with CMHA-SR’s link, your course fee will be reduced to $20.00 CAD per license and 25% of your fee will be donated directly to CMHA-SR to help support the work we do. To train […]Continue readingLearn life-saving skills anywhere.
COVID-19 Economic Response Plan (for Individuals) These resources are provided as a reference for those seeking information on the economic measures introduced by the Government of Canada to support Canadian workers and businesses during this challenging period. COVID-19_Outreach_Resource links doc_Individuals_05-13_Final_EN COVID-19 MEASURES TO HELP CANADIANS You may be eligible to receive some of these […]Continue readingUpdated COVID19 Resources from Canadian Revenue Agency Outreach Updated May 25th 2020
This year Shuswap-Revelsoke CMHA is putting the spotlight on our fantastic programming. This is a call-out to our community, why not join one of our wellness activities? Caution activities may include side effects such as; joy, connection, laughter, vitality or a general good mood. MIAW 2020 CalendarContinue readingMental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW) October 5th -11th 2020
April 9, 2020 Fear is contagious – but so are caring and support. In this spirit of resilience, the Canadian Mental Health Association across BC is proud to offer expanded supports during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis with generous funding announced today from the Province of B.C. Peer support, BounceBack coaching, community counselling and more supports […]Continue readingCMHA proud to stand with British Columbians in facing COVID-19