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Friday, 26 January 2018 16:25

Bell Let's Talk Day 2018

On Bell Let’s Talk Day, Bell will donate more towards mental health initiatives in Canada, by contributing 5¢ for every applicable text, call, tweet, social media video view and use of our Facebook frame or Snapchat filter. Along side this service Bell is also offering multiple online resources to help…
CMHA-ANWR wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Just a reminder the offices are closed Friday December 22 – January 1.
Tuesday, 28 November 2017 15:20

In Memory of Helen Freake

CMHA ANWR would like to send out heartfelt thanks for the donation of $1000 from the Medicine Shoppe’s Tubes and Tokens campaign. The donation is dedicated to Helen Freake who passed away November 9th, 2017. She had been a tenant within Willow Place, and will be missed.
Alicia’s been fighting bad guys all her life. Super villains in fact. Like anxiety and depression. Suicidal feelings. And then, at the very tender age of 13, a suicide attempt. No one was listening. Alicia’s 28 now. And she doesn’t hide behind her mask and cape. At least not anymore.…
CMHA -ANWR launches Caregiver Connections – Drop-In Support Group Parents and caregivers often have a difficult time coping with a child or young adult with a mental health concern or mental illness, and may wonder how best to parent and provide support.
No one can predict when a disaster like the Fort McMurray fires may occur- nor the emotional trauma and devastation that is left in its wake.
Wednesday, 05 April 2017 21:21

Bachelor Units Available

Bachelor Units Available Renovated Suites Constructed in 2003, Willow Place is a 57 unit apartment building for people with mental health conditions. CMHA-ANWR operates the building where residents live independently in bachelor suite apartments.
Medicine Shoppe’s new fundraiser supports mental health one token at a time Reducing stigma and raising funds for the Canadian Mental Health Association a key goal for pharmacy chain
If you or someone you know were trying to cope with a mental illness, would you know what to do? Would you know where to find help or how to talk about it? Although we are making great strides in understanding mental illness, it remains a growing public health concern.…
Everyone feels “blue” or sad from time to time. It’s a normal life experience. But when these emotions increase in intensity, persist for more than a few weeks, and start to interfere with a person’s life, it may signal depression. No amount of “cheering up” can make the depression go…
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