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 December 18, 2014

     

  Ontario, Canada

 Hamilton | Ancaster | Dundas | Flamborough| Glanbrook | Stoney Creek

LOCATION:

131 John Street South
Hamilton, Ontario
CANADA
L8N 2C3


Phone:
(905) 521-0090


Fax:
(905) 521-0211

Email:
info@cmhahamilton.ca


Ministry of Health

and Long-Term Care



 



 

Canadian Mental Health Association,

Hamilton Branch 

131 John Street South

Hamilton, ON

L8N 2C3

 

tel: (905) 521-0090

email: info@cmhahamilton.ca

 

 

  TRAINING COURSE AVAILABLE 

CMHA Hamilton would like to invite you to take part in Mental Health First Aid Training!

 

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training

takes place over a full two days.

When:  February 12 & 13, 2015

Time: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Where: CMHA Hamilton, 131 John St. S., Hamilton

The cost of the training will be $130 per person

(which includes a MHFA manual, lunch and refreshments)

Anyone can benefit from MHFA.  Just to mention a few...

members of the general public

families affected by mental health problems

teachers

health service providers

emergency workers

frontline workers who deal with the public

volunteers

human resources professionals

employers

community groups

 

Click Here to Download a Registration Form

 

For inquiries, please contact Peter Bloemendal at pbloemendal@cmhahamilton.ca 

or by phone (905) 521-0090, extension 260.  Spaces are limited!

Note: attendance for the entire training is required for certification.

 

Watch this Video for an overview of MHFA

CMHA Hamilton's 2013/2014 Annual report

Our 2013/2014 Annual Report is now available.

Learn More

 

 

Send mail to info@cmhahamilton.ca with questions or comments about this web site.
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Information and postings contained within this website and all associated social media sites are for general education, discussion or entertainment and are not intended as counselling, clinical advice or treatment. CMHA, Hamilton is providing a broad spectrum of information in order to raise awareness about mental health and mental illness.  

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.

CMHA, Hamilton is not a crisis service; if you have an emergency, call 911.

At our discretion we may provide information regarding products or services of general interest to our readers, but by doing so we are not endorsing them or advertising on their behalf.