Alicia’s been fighting bad guys all her life. Super villains in fact. Like anxiety and depression. Suicidal feelings. And then, at the very tender age of 13, a suicide attempt. No one was listening. Alicia’s 28 now. And she doesn’t hide behind her mask and cape. At least not anymore. She has an honest to goodness superpower now: it’s her voice, loud and clear. She tells it like it is. And it is hard. Hard to be a person living with mental illness in a world where no one’s listening.
We are so proud to be a part of Breaking Down the Barriers with Not Broken Radio, Brett Francis! Watch S02 E01, Mental Health Stigma and Misconceptions below. Thanks Brett for helping to make a difference in our community!
2017 Member Surveys
It’s that time of year again. We would like to get to know your opinion to improve the programs and services here at the CMHA Regina. We value what our Members have to say and your opinions are important to us.
This year our survey is online. Just ask for a link by sending an email to email@example.com.
These surveys are completely confidential as your name is not asked. Doing the survey online does not track your computer.
Completing this survey is voluntary and you can stop it at any time
Event details and registration information.
Ride Don’t Hide is a community bike ride hosted, nationally, by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), with the goal to raise awareness and help break the stigma surrounding mental health while raising essential funds to support mental health programs. CMHA rides will be hosted in six provinces in 35 communities with the aim to engage over 8,000 participants and raise over $1,500,000.
Register a team today – Early Bird Registration available until April 30th
Are you interested in Volunteering with us for Ride Don’t Hide? RDH Volunteer-application