As a responsible employer, you provide a physically safe environment for employees—but what about their psychological safety? Are you doing enough to help your employees be mentally well and happy at work?
Supporting your employees’ mental health can improve productivity, cut down on absences and increase employee retention. It can be a complex task, but the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is here to help.
CMHA, Alberta Division has a suite of workplace mental health training opportunities to assist your organization with becoming a psychologically healthy and more productive place to work.
For information about our Workplace Mental Health training opportunities, visit www.workingstronger.cmha.ca.
The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is a recognizable and reliable organization where Albertans find compassionate support, responsible care and accessible resources.
CMHA began its advocacy work in 1917 based on evident community needs. Families and individuals brought their desire for better mental health outcomes into an association which today spans our country. This history is central to our work. For over 100 years we have operated as a registered charity within the not-for-profit sector. We work at the intersection of clinical and local mental health care. Our programs and services are developed to address the unique needs of individuals and communities.
For more than 60 years in Alberta, CMHA has focused on recovery and support for Albertans impacted by mental illness. We stand with people living in the community as they achieve their wellness goals. Hundreds of CMHA staff and volunteers engage clients in activity and navigation within the complex matrix of mental health services.
Today our eight CMHA regional offices and the Centre for Suicide Prevention continue to focus on a better future for all people living with mental health
challenges. We also recognize that individuals with a mental health challenge are connected to others who need support. We believe in enabling individuals, groups and communities to increase control over and enhance their mental health.