Thank- you to everyone who attended our AGM on June 26th, 2017. Excellent presentations were given by June Jollymore and Judith Fingard. The evening ended with musical entertainment by Rita-Jane, Alan, Mike and Joel.
Our challenging year has ended on a resilient note; we have covered our cumulative deficit. We are grateful to the individuals, organizations and funders who believe in the work of our organization.
We want to welcome our new Board Chair, Erin Flaim, and thank our Past Chair, Hayden Laltoo, for his leadership during difficult times. It is the dedication of amazing volunteers like Erin and Hayden that help us to continue offering our vital social support programs.
Link to our most recent Annual Report CMHA Halifax -Dartmouth Annual report final – 2016 2017
Link to our 2016-2017 Audited Statements CMHA_Mar17FS Audited Statements
CMHA Halifax-Dartmouth Branch does not provide counselling or crisis services.
The following information is from the Nova Scotia Health Authority:
Emergency and Crisis Support
“If you need help immediately, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency department.
Mental Health Mobile Crisis is a 24-hour, 7 day-a-week phone service to help you or your loved one cope with mental health and addiction challenges in the moment.
Call 902-429-8167 or toll-free at 1-888-429-8167 from anywhere in Nova Scotia.
The mobile unit serves Halifax and the surrounding areas from 1:00 pm to 1:00 am. http://www.cdha.nshealth.ca/mental-health-and-addictions-program/contact-emergency-and-crisis-support”
More pics from our 18th Mosaic for Mental Health Art Exhibition & Sale was held at the Craig Gallery, Alderney Landing during October 2016.
Thank you to everyone who helped create the 2016 Mosaic for Mental Health
Opening Night was a great success.
Our Annual General Meeting was held June 22nd, 2016. 2020 Gottingen St., Halifax
Link to our CMHA Halifax-Dartmouth Annual Report cmha-halifax-dartmouth-branch-annual-report-2015-2016
Link to CMHA Halifax-Dartmouth audited financial statements FS FINAL 2016 CANADIAN MENTAL
Professor Lars Osberg gave an informative presentation at the CMHA Halifax-Dartmouth Annual General Meeting entitled Poverty in Nova Scotia: Money Does Matter poverty-in-nova-scotia-money-does-matter (2)
mentally healthy people in a healthy society
As a local leader and champion for mental health, we support the resilience and recovery/well-being of people living with mental illness through our social programs, our support services, and through the provision of information, resources, referrals and advocacy in a space that is inclusive, safe, and respectful. We strive to create an environment of hope, to reduce stigma, and to promote mental health for all.
Our Path of Hope
CMHA Strategic Plan Final Mar 2016 (002)