Each year, Canadian Mental Health Association focuses on providing mental health awareness and opportunities for connection during Mental Health Week.
This year, from May 3 – 9, 2021, we are focusing on understanding our emotions. Recognizing, labelling and accepting our feelings are all part of protecting and promoting good mental health for everyone.
This Mental Health Week, don’t go uncomfortably numb. #GetReal about how your feel. Name it, don’t numb it.
Mental Health Week 2021: Information & Resources
CMHA Mental Health Week offers practical advice, articles and information to help you #GetReal about how you really feel. To align with this year’s theme, CMHA National has provided articles and checklists that narrow down on how you can determine, and process how you’re feeling. When people put their feelings and thoughts about upsetting experiences into language, their physical and mental health often improve.
- Name It To Tame It
- Understanding Your Emotions, Understanding Yourself
- Check-In On Your Mental Health
For more information and resources from CMHA Mental Health Week 2021, please visit the website.
Mental Health Week 2021: Toolkits
CMHA Mental Health Week has also created images, fact sheets and documents to help you and your family and friends #GetReal about how you feel.
Included in the Mental Health Week Toolkits is a free school-based package with activities and information to help teachers, staff and students to learn and promote mental health.
From May 3 – 9, 2021, join the conversation online on your social media platforms by using the hashtags, #MentalHealthWeek and #GetReal. Get access to these CMHA Mental Health Week materials, visit the website.