CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH WEEK 2021
Every year since 1951 the Canadian Mental Health Association has held an annual week across Canada with the main goals to promote and protect the mental health of everyone.
This years theme is understanding our emotions. Finding and being able to accept and express our emotions to others no matter what they may be can and will help us all in the battle for positive mental health for everyone.
To learn more, visit the Canadian Mental Health Week website now.
Read our CMHW statement by clicking here.
There are 4 key messages for this years CMHW from the CMHA.
Good mental health isn’t about being happy all the time. In fact, a mentally healthy life includes the full range of human emotions—even the uncomfortable ones like sadness, fear and anger.
The theme of this year’s Mental Health Week is understanding our emotions. Recognizing, labeling and accepting our feelings are all part of protecting and promoting good mental health for everyone.
From May 3-9, 2021, #GetReal about how you feel and celebrate CMHA’s 70th annual Mental Health Week.
Get involved and help
Toolkits and Action
Take action this Canadian Mental Health Week and spread the word.
See social media toolkits, social media posts, banners, stickers and much more from the CMHA for CMHW now by clicking below.
This year we are going to get loud and get read about we we feel in an effort to break the barriers and raise awareness around mental illnesses and mental health disorders.