Mental Health Works 2021 conference
Please join us at the Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario’s Mental Health Works 2021 virtual workplace conference, “IMPACT: Cultivating change for workplace mental health,” on Dec 1-2. The introduction of a pandemic has forced workplaces across the country to pivot, and in some cases reimagine the way they do business. As we begin to create action plans post-pandemic, we need to be mindful of how workplace cultures have shifted and further invest in the mental health and well-being of employees to promote resilience, and ultimately thriving workplaces. The way to do this is by learning from innovators on the ground, like you, who have taken steps to prioritize mental health in the workplace.
The conference will give all participants an opportunity to discuss the evolution of mental health supports in the workplace, hear from experts in the field and learn from one another. Keynote speakers, panels and individual learning sessions will all be featured!
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We hope you can join us!
CMHA Ontario & Mental Health Works
Mental Health Works is a nationwide social enterprise of the Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario Division. It provides capacity-building workshops, presentations and webinars that are person-centred, evidence-based, and solutions-focused. Learn more at www.mentalhealthworks.ca.
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Ontario is a not-for-profit, charitable organization funded by the provincial Ministry of Health. We work to improve the lives of all Ontarians through leadership, collaboration and continual pursuit of excellence in community-based mental health and addictions services. Our vision is a society that embraces and invests in the mental health of all people. We are a trusted advisor to government, contributing to health systems development through policy formulation and recommendations that promote positive mental health. Our 29 local CMHA branches, together with community-based mental health and addictions service providers across the province, serve approximately 500,000 Ontarians each year.