To promote the mental health of all Nova Scotians, recognizing cultural diversity.
About CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION, NOVA SCOTIA DIVISION
Canadian Mental Health Associations in Nova Scotia are the oldest community-based mental health and addictions charitable organizations in the province, founded in 1908. The CMHA NS Division holds the licence and provides provincial leadership for mental health in Nova Scotia, with the support of 7 CMHA Branches.
The CMHA NS Division office is located in Dartmouth NS and the 7 Branches are situated in communities throughout the province. The CMHA Branches support non-clinical community-based mental health and addictions supports, services and programs in Annapolis-Digby County, Yarmouth-South West Nova, Lunenburg-Queens County, Halifax-Dartmouth, Kings County, Colchester East Hants County and Cape Breton.
To achieve the vision of ‘Mental Health for All’, collectively, the Division, and Branches in Nova Scotia provide non-clinical community and resilience based mental health and addiction supports, services and programs to aid in keeping ‘healthy Nova Scotians healthy’ and provide recovery maintenance supports for those living with mental ill health (we use mental illness and mental health problems)and addictions related issues.
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Walk, Run, Ride Don’t Hide gives thousands of people across Canada the opportunity to connect—to their own mental health, to each other and to their broader communities, while raising critical funds that support CMHA mental health programs and services in their own communities.