Balance Blog

Balance is CMHA Calgary’s mental health blog, which aims to raise awareness, provide hope, build community and promote mental wellness through personal stories, mental health tips and information, expert opinions and community insights.

Latest Stories

Clear Filters
  • Blog

    November 5th is Survivors of Suicide Loss Day

    Every year, over 500 people die by suicide in Alberta. Those left behind are left to navigate an oft...

    Read More
  • Blog

    Help Support Youth Mental Health this Back-To-School Season

    “The bell had just rung. Students expressed their gratitude as they trickled into the bustling...

    Read More
  • EQUIPPED
    Blog

    Introducing EQUIPPED: A New Online Mental Health Resource for Young Adults

      Phillip Thomas was a special student at the University of Calgary. Intelligent and athletic, ...

    Read More
  • Blog

    Expressing Empathy

    Have you ever heard someone say, “Put yourself in someone else’s shoes?” This phrase is often ...

    Read More
  • Blog

    Reach Your Peak for Mental Health

    This blog post was written by Nicola and Courtney Small from Reach Your Peak Naturals Over the last ...

    Read More
  • Blog

    Community Appreciation: April – June 2022

    We have been very fortunate to be on the receiving end of many different fundraisers raising funds t...

    Read More
  • Blog

    School of Peer Support Highlight: Becky

    CMHA Calgary’s School of Peer Support provides a unique opportunity for people who have a lived hi...

    Read More
  • Blog

    Closing Out Energize Don’t Hide With a 50/50 Cash Raffle!

    UPDATED: Thank you to everyone for supporting our Energize Don’t Hide 50/50 raffle! The jackpot fi...

    Read More
  • Blog

    Mental Health and Body Image

    Body image is a person’s feelings and perception of the look of their own body. A person’s view...

    Read More
Load More

Stay Updated with CMHA Calgary

Sign up for our newsletter to receive news and information from CMHA Calgary.

Join the Newsletter