Here’s a copy of my Christmas letter from December 2017 that tells you about my routine, activities and celebrations. 2017 Jayne’s Christmas letter with pics More blog posts in Jayne – Personal
Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) As a recovery-oriented organization, CMHA does not believe that mental illnesses are irremediable, though they may be grievous or unbearable. We recognize that people with mental illnesses can experience unbearable psychological suffering as a result of their illness, but there is always the hope of recovery. CMHA’s position on medical […]
Mental Health Week (the first week of May) comes once a year but the Canadian Mental Health Association continues to work year round with its education, advocacy and direct services to improved the lives of people with live with mental illness.
Liaison, Divisional Updates of activities in the past six months, was a CMHA National publication that edited from reports from Divisions. These notes capture the information in the Consumer Participation category in the April 1990 Liaison: Newfoundland: Group established in St. John’s in October 1989, now meeting weekly with membership of 20-30. Funding obtained from […]