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Thank you to Rev. Lisa at Paulin Memorial Presbyterian Church for generously donating handmade face masks to CMHA-WECB so we can continue to keep our staff and clients safe and well! #Keepconnected ...
TBT to when Do Good Divas helped purchase a minivan from Windsor Chrysler last year, and donated it to CMHA-WECB!
We are very grateful to this day, for the amazing group of ladies who were able to provide us with a safe and reliable vehicle to use.
In the past 12 years, "A Girls Night in Handbag Heaven" event has raised more than $550,000 to support several organizations in Windsor-Essex.
This year, Do Good Diva's will be going VIRTUAL on October 29 for their event. Make sure to check it out and help support Windsor Regional Hospital Critical Care Units COVID-19 Fund.
Great post from @lindsaybraman
👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽Our window of tolerance refers to how much we can handle, emotionally, before shutting down or blowing up. Healthy brains in optimal circumstances have a big arch that helps us stay present to listen, learn, and grow even when difficult stuff is happening. For brains that have experienced trauma, neglect, or some mental illnesses, the learning space grows smaller and we may move into shut-down or overwhelm more quickly.
What I want to remind you today is something you probably already know intuitively: Windows of tolerance shrink during times of high-stress. Even if you had a healthy window of tolerance before 8 months of pandemic, social distancing, and political instability, it's normal to feel tears well up much easier right now or to just want to check out. If your window of tolerance was already a little smaller, you may be noticing even less flexibility.
Rather than forcing yourself to engage when you can't, give yourself permission to ask for what you need in order to stay present (like breaks or tabling a conversation until after a meal/walk/etc). Often, just giving ourselves permission to move between "ok" and "not ok" without judgement can help make just a little more space to be ok. .
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Keeping our noses to the grindstone might seem productive but working without breaks can hinder your performance. Check out these healthy break activities by @workplace_MH to help you hit reset. #CHWMonth www.workplacestrategiesformentalhealth.com/employee-resources/healthy-break-activities ...
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We are partnering with Windsor Police Services to bring you a virtual event during National Addictions Awareness Week.
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CALLING ALL WOMEN LOOKING TO FOCUS ON THEIR WELLNESS AND BALANCE 💆
Our Wellness for Women event will be presented virtually on Thursday, November 12th from 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Join us online and take a break from reality to promote your own mental wellness 😌 Listen to the keynote speaker from Shopify, hear from the Women leaders in the Windsor-Essex community and participate in some fun trivia!
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Workplace #MentalHealth is about creating a culture that values #wellness. Learn about implementing a healthy workplace strategy today. #CHWMonth healthyworkplacemonth.ca/resources/investing-time-toward-a-healthy-workplace-strategy-in-2020/ ...
Hello and Happy Tuesday From CMHA-WECB!
We would like to share a special message from Mr. Percy Hatfield, MPP Windsor-Essex, discussing Community Health and Well-Being Week. As the week is now over, may this message encourage Windsor-Essex community agencies and citizens to continue working towards a healthier community for all.
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The #HealthyWorkplaceAwards2020 Applications are OPEN! You have less than 1 WEEK left to submit your application. We encourage all businesses, workplaces, organizations – small, medium, and large, to apply. See if you are eligible by visiting t.co/0arTPsMgip?amp=1 ...
CMHA-WECB is seeking donations of homemade masks as well as nitrile gloves. Thank you for your support!
Please note that homemade masks must follow the CDC / Ministry of Health guidelines: www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/drugs-health-products/medical-devices/activities/announce... ...
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No doubt about it, young local singer / songwriter @Alexacarro13 is going to blow you away as part of the @blueswindsor weekly online YUNITY Front Porch Concert Series Tonight #YQG #BluesfestWindsor— Eric Bonnici (@EyesOnWindsor) October 17, 2020
Watch it here on Sat. Oct. 17 at 8pm --> https://t.co/YK0anLlPX4 pic.twitter.com/djydXWfxQc
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Breaking news: NMHHSS will become a branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) as of April 1, 2021. While our name will change, staffing and the services we provide will not. Read the announcement here: https://t.co/sZ2woPB2gv pic.twitter.com/PbIejBGp7l— NMHHSS (@NipMentalHealth) October 15, 2020
We all feel like our work & home life have blurred together. Take the time this long weekend to think about #selfcare and the tools you may need to handle your 9 to 5. @CMHA_MHWorks now offers new webinars about #mindfulness, #healthanxiety and more. https://t.co/DacCgSaz6p pic.twitter.com/QlmtBVjPhu— Mental Health Works (@CMHA_MHWorks) October 9, 2020
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CMHA Windsor-Essex County Branch
1400 Windsor Avenue
Windsor, Ontario, Canada N8X 3L9
Telephone: (519) 255-7440
Facsimile: (519) 255-7817