The CMHA-CEH Branch offers a variety of Supportive Programs, which are open to all members of the community. These programs allow individuals to meet other individuals in the community who may be going through similar experiences, and to actively work on their mental wellness.
Our Supportive Programs include:
Free, weekly sessions from a Certified Auricular Acupuncturist are offered to all community members from our branch location at 574 Prince Street.
Participants report improved stress management, sleep, mood, and a reduction of craving for nicotine or other substances.
These sessions are open to everyone, no registration necessary. Weekly from 6:00pm to 7:00pm on Wednesdays.
CMHA Colchester-East Hants Branch is a strong supporter of C.A.S.T. (Communities Addressing Suicide Together), and is the host site for on-going regional meetings.
Working in partnership with the CMHA Division office in Dartmouth, this group hopes to develop a local response to bring increased awareness to issues of suicide.
Families Matter in Mental Health
Families Matter in Mental Health is an education and support program for families and friends of people living with Mental Illness. The course aims to provide caregivers of those with mental health issues with the knowledge, communication skills & confidence to deal more effectively with their supportive role.
The program is free of charge and runs for 11 weeks, twice a year. Please contact Sally at 902-895-4211 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details and future program dates.
Mental Health Recovery Group
The focus of this group is on how to attain and/or maintain positive mental health through the support of others with similar experiences. This group is offered on alternate Wednesday evenings from 7:00pm to 8:15pm at 574 Prince Street.
Please see our Facebook page, CMHA: Colchester East Hants Branch, or give us a call at 902-895-4211 for more details.