The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), founded in 1918, is one of the oldest voluntary organizations in Canada. Each year, we provide direct service to more than 100,000 Canadians through the combined efforts of more than 10,000 volunteers and staff across Canada in over 120 communities.
As a nation-wide, voluntary organization, the Canadian Mental Health Association promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness. The CMHA accomplishes this mission through advocacy, education, research and service.
CMHA branches across Canada provide a wide range of innovative services and supports to people who are experiencing mental illness and their families. These services are tailored to the needs and resources of the communities where they are based. One of the core goals of these services is to help people with mental illness develop the personal tools to lead meaningful and productive lives.
Watch “100 Years at the Forefront“ , a history of the Canadian Mental Health Association
About CMHA Brant Haldimand Norfolk Branch
CMHA Brant Haldimand Norfolk (BHN) Branch is a charitable, non-profit agency contributing to the mental well-being of the community through education and support services to all persons 16 years of age and over with mental illness, mental disorders and their families in a safe, discrimination free environment.
The staff of CMHA Brant Haldimand Norfolk Branch is comprised of a team of dedicated mental health professionals, with appropriate educational qualifications and experience working with the seriously mentally ill.
The CMHA BHN Branch became fully amalgamated on April 1, 2016, bringing together the Brant County and Haldimand Norfolk CMHA Branches. CMHA Brant Haldimand Norfolk provides comprehensive mental health services to the regions of Brantford, Brant County, Haldimand and Norfolk.
To promote a positive approach to mental health among all people in Brant, Haldimand and Norfolk counties, and to enhance the quality of life of individuals with severe and persistent mental health issues and their families, through leadership, education, partnership, advocacy, empowerment, outreach and support.
A society which values human dignity and enhances mental and emotional well-being for all.