If you would like to get involved in the Canadian Mental Health Association, there are many ways you can contribute to our organization. In this section, you will find information about donating, volunteering and becoming a member.
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You can make a difference in the lives of people and their friends or families who are at risk or who had a mental illness – just by becoming a member of the Canadian Mental Health Association.
We need you to show your support of our work by becoming a member. In today’s climate of government cut backs, mental health is low on the overall priority list.
Most of the mental health money is spent on hospitals and doctors. Without an indication of your support of the value of our work in your community, the services we are able to provide to the people who need them will not be available.
The numbers speak for themselves.
Statistics Canada states that one in three Canadians will have some form of emotional problem to deal with in his or her lifetime.
Chances are, you have a colleague, family member or friend who could have benefited by our programs.
The Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch, is dedicated to enhancing and promoting the mental health of individuals, families and community through advocacy, education and mental health services. Help us support our vision of quality mental health programs and services in our community — volunteer your time! To volunteer, please print the Volunteer Referral Form, fill it out and mail or fax it to:
CMHA Kenora Branch
227 Second Street South
Kenora, ON P9N 1G1
Fax: (807) 468.1838
The Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch, is always looking for volunteers to help with special events. To ensure our vision, fundraising is a crucial part of the success of our agency. As a nonprofit organization, we are involved in many events and fundraising opportunities.
CMHA Kenora Branch is an equity seeking employer; however we encourage applications from Indigenous and Aboriginal peoples, racialized persons, persons with disabilities and other disadvantaged persons who have experienced systemic barriers and/or inequalities who identify as a part of the GLBTT community.
Sara Dias B.A., B.S.W., R.S.W., M.S.W.
Executive Director - Canadian Mental Health | Kenora Branch
The Canadian Mental Health Association, Kenora Branch welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
To find additional contact information and directions to find us please click here.1 (807) 468-1838