Toward a Better Tomorrow Investigative Review, March 2016. Addressing the Challenge of Aboriginal Youth Suicide. Continue readingToward a Better Tomorrow Investigative Review
Valuing Mental Health Report, December 2015. Report of the Alberta Mental Health Review Committee.Continue readingValuing Mental Health Report (Alberta)
Rural Health Services Review Final Report, March 2015. Understanding the concerns and challenges of Albertans who live in rural and remote communities.Continue readingRural Health Services Review Final Report (Alberta)
The video Tearing Away the Myths of Mental Illness has been developed to provide tools and information on mental illness to individuals working with adolescents. It is hoped that this video will assist adolescents to develop an awareness, provide information on resources and increase skills to cope with mental illness.Continue readingTearing Away the Myths of Mental Illness
Former CMHA Executive Director Ron LaJeunesse presents a candid and provocative look at Alberta’s one hundred year old mental health system.Continue readingPolitical Asylums
Statistics on the prevalence of mental disorders and related suicides in Canada.Continue readingMental Illness in Canada
Depression: What is It? What to Do? is for those that have been diagnosed with depression. It contains information about your condition as well as practical suggestions for dealing with it.Continue readingDepression: What is It? What to Do?
If you have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, this booklet is for you. Bipolar Disorder: Where’s the Balance? contains information about your condition and practical suggestions for dealing with it.Continue readingBipolar Disorder: Where’s the Balance?
When someone you love has been diagnosed with a mental illness, you feel a mixture of emotions. Concern, compassion, disbelief, anger, relief, anxiety, grief, love, guilt any and all of these emotions are understandable and normal.Continue readingSupporting a Loved One
People cope with difficult thoughts, feelings, or situations in different ways. Some people cope by injuring themselves on purposeand it may be the only way for them to feel better. Self-injury may seem frightening, but its important to look beyond the injuries and see whats really going on.Continue readingYouth and Self-Injury