On Dec. 7, Mark Graham, our CEO, and Kerri Davies, Manager of Community Engagement, were delighted to accept a donation of $3000 from Andrew Pyle and The Pyle Group of Scotia Wealth Management. Your generous support of suicide prevention means a great deal to our community. Thank you!Continue readingThe Pyle Group of Scotia Wealth Management supports suicide prevention
Thank you to Beverly Handlechner of the Peterborough Guild of Arts & Craft for presenting us with a donation of $500, raised through the annual Hand of Man Art and Craft Sale this past October. Your generosity towards Team 55 will help us tackle suicide awareness throughout our community. For more information about the Hand of […]Continue readingPeterborough Guild of Arts & Crafts supports Team 55
“Giving Tuesday” is a National day of giving, a movement to encourage individuals to join together and give back during the holiday season. The Canadian Mental Health Association Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge is hosting our annual No Gala-Gala as part of GivingTuesday. There will be refreshments and a cash bar, as well as a silent […]Continue readingYou’re invited to our No Gala-Gala!
On December 6, Dr. James Parker, faculty member in the Department of Psychology at Trent University will share his insights about emotional intelligence. The session will be held at Peterborough Public Health, 185 King St., between 8:30 and 10 a.m.. Registration and continental breakfast starts at 8 a.m. The session fee is $15 and registration […]Continue readingWhy Emotional Intelligence Matters at Work
In this video produced by the Peterborough Chamber of Commerce, Kerri Davies, our Manager of Community Engagement, discusses what #LoveLocalPtbo means to C.M.H.A. H.K.P.R. and how we think being a part of the Peterborough community is a benefit to our clients.Continue readingLearn what #LoveLocalPtbo means to C.M.H.A. H.K.P.R.
The language around substance use issues can help or hinder recovery. That’s the message of this year’s National Addictions Awareness Week (N.A.A.W.), an annual campaign from November 12 to 18 led by Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse and Addictions. This year’s N.A.A.W. theme is Words Matter, drawing attention to how the use of stigmatizing language […]Continue readingC.M.H.A. H.K.P.R. recognizes National Addictions Awareness Week
The Canadian Mental Health Association, Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge is pleased to be part of Arts-Ability: Taking the Stage, a variety show scheduled for November 16 at Market Hall in Peterborough. Visit the events section of our website, www.cmhahkpr.ca/events, for more information and register to attend this exciting event. You can also contribute to the event […]Continue readingInclusive variety show coming to Market Hall in Peterborough
The Canadian Mental Health Association, Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge is offering two employment-related workshops next month. The first of the two events, Reducing Interview Anxiety, runs Nov. 7. The second, Disclosure of Mental Health in the Workplace, takes place Nov. 21. Both are hosted at 466 George St., Peterborough. Please visit the events section of […]Continue readingUpcoming employment-related workshops
Thanks to all who participated and came out to support the Kirk Gaskell Memorial Cup For HOPE this past weekend. The hockey tournament raised funds for Team55: Let’s Tackle Suicide Awareness, CMHA HKPR and Camp Kerry. A day packed full of fun 3-on-3 hockey, face painting, silent auction, raffle draw and more. Congratulations to the Raffle Draw winners: 1st […]Continue readingGaskell Cup – A Great Success!
Join us Saturday, March 25th at the Evinrude Centre for the 6th Annual Kirk Gaskell Memorial Cup. A 3-on-3 hockey tournament featuring a Silent Auction and Raffle Prizes in support of Team55 and Canadian Mental Health Association, Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge branch. Details here.Continue readingGaskell Memorial Cup – Saturday, March 25th