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L8N 2C3

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City of Hamilton, Ontario


Canadian Mental Health Association,

Hamilton Branch 

131 John Street South

Hamilton, ON

L8N 2C3


tel: (905) 521-0090

email: info@cmhahamilton.ca


  LIVING LIFE TO THE FULL - fall 2014 session 

12 Hours That Can Change Your Life

In eight, enjoyable 90-minute sessions, the Living Life to the Full course helps people make a positive difference in their lives. 

Living Life to the Full Provides You with Tools to:

** reduce stress and boost your mood **

** improve your motivation and problem solving skills **

** change unhelpful thoughts and behaviours **

Visit www.LLTTF.ca to find out more

Time/Date: October 1 to November 19, 2014 (Wednesdays from 1:30 to 3:00 pm)

Cost:  $185/person  now only $100/person 

Location: CMHA Hamilton, 131 John St. S., Hamilton, ON

Click here to download a registration form

Contact: Jill Pollock, 905-521-0090, ext. 227 or jpollock@cmhahamilton.ca


CMHA Hamilton's 2013/2014 Annual report

Our 2013/2014 Annual Report is now available.

Learn More




Congratulations to six-time Olympian Clara Hughes on the completion of her extraordinary ride across Canada to encourage all Canadians to be part of the conversation about mental health and help end the stigma around mental illness. 

Clara rode up to Parliament Hill in Ottawa on July 1st after an epic 100-day, 11,000 kilometre bide ride across Canada. 


Read more: 

Clara's Big Ride

Bell Let's Talk, Facebook

CTV News

Canadian News Wire


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If you need assistance, please see your physician or health care professional for advise that is relevant to your individual needs or that of someone else. You can also contact the Ontario Mental Health Helpline for free, confidential information on programs and services in your area at http://www.mentalhealthhelpline.ca/ or by calling them on their 24/7 telephone line at 1-866-531-2600.

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