The Canadian Mental Health Association is a not-for-profit organization which aims to meet the needs of those in the community with long-term mental health problems, by providing services, advocating on behalf of and for those with mental illness, and through public education and awareness.
Our vision at CMHA is to maintain and support mentally healthy people in a healthy society.
The Regina Branch
CMHA Regina Branch offers programming for over 650 members. Our members are individuals managing a life with a mental illness who often experience barriers. These barriers may include low self-esteem and confidence, social isolation, and poor access to education and employment.
It is the hope of CMHA to assist those with these barriers to gain an improved quality of life. Such a life includes meaningful work, adequate income, good housing, accessible education and training, enjoyable recreational activities, friendship, and fun with others.
CMHA assists its members in obtaining this quality of life through an integrated community-based group of programs, dedicated to the recovery of men and women with mental illness. We assist in the recovery process, moving the individual from withdrawal to engagement and active participation in life.
CMHA Regina Branch services and programs help build individuals’ capacities and a healthier community.