Mental Health Week 2015

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Mental Health Week 2015
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Mental Health Week 2015
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May 4th to 10th, Hamilton, ON
may 4th
monday
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Art for Mental Health Hosted by Mental Health Rights Coalition, 20 Emerald Street South, 1 pm.
Rejuvenate & Participate Hosted by Hamilton Regional Indian Centre, an evening of free family fun
activities and workshops. Takes place from 3 pm to 7:30 pm at 34 Ottawa St. N., Hamilton. For more
information contact Sheryl Green at 905.548.9593 or at [email protected]
Retrospeculation: A Totally Mental Recovery Story Takes place at St. Joseph’s Healthcare
Hamilton, West 5th Auditorium (100 West 5th St.) at 7 pm. Tickets $15 (or PWYC) at the door or on line
at harrisonwheeler.ca.
may 5
th
tuesday
Mental Health Information Fair & BBQ Lunch Takes place at Hamilton City Hall, 71 Main Street
West, from 11 am to 2 pm. Local mental health & addiction services will provide information about the
programs and services they offer. Hosted by the 2015 Mental Health Week Committee (Canadian Mental
Health Association Hamilton, City of Hamilton, Hamilton Mental Health Outreach, Hamilton Program for
Schizophrenia, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton, Schizophrenia Society of Ontario - Hamilton/Niagara
Region, Good Shepherd and the Mental Health Rights Coalition).
2015 Peace of Minds Walk for Schizophrenia and Psychosis Takes place at Hamilton City Hall,
may 6
th
A Mental Health Morning, A Breakfast to Support the Mental Health and Addiction
Program at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton Featuring a keynote address by Silken Laumann.
Takes place at Michelangelo Events and Conference Centre, 1555 Upper Ottawa Street from 7:30 to 9:30
am. Tickets are $50 per person. For inquiries please call Angeline at 905.522.1155 ext. 35981 or email
[email protected]
Creative Writing Workshop & Spoken Word Takes place at the Mental Health Rights Coalition, 20
Emerald Street South at 1 pm.
Good Shepherd Wellness Fair 2015 Steps to Health celebrates Mental Health Week at 19 Pearl
may 7
th
thursday wednesday
71 Main Street West. Registration: 11:00 am, Walk: 12 pm. For more information, phone 1.800.449.6367,
extension 228 or www.peaceofminds.ca
Street North, Erskine Presbyterian Church, from 1 pm to 3:30 pm. Door prizes, snacks, booths and trial
sessions. Come and learn about low cost or free nutrition, exercise, smoking management opportunities
in Hamilton & even more . . .
Healthy Living for Mental Health Takes place at the Mental Health Rights Coalition, 20 Emerald
Street South at 1 pm.
Mental Health Week Party Takes place at the Mental Health Rights Coalition, 20 Emerald Street
South at 1 pm.
Dual Recovery Anonymous 12th Anniversary Takes place at Emmaus Place - Community Room,
may 8
th
Art Crawl The Mental Health Week Committee will be presenting at the Art Crawl. A selection of art
created by consumers of mental health services will be available for purchase. Takes place at the CBC
building, 118 James Street North, Hamilton from 6:00 to 9:00 pm.
Truly. Madly. Deeply. Mental Health Rights Coalition is pleased to present Truly. Madly. Deeply., a
group exhibition of visual art. Opening reception takes place at You Me Gallery, 330 James St. N., 7 to
10 pm. More than 15 artists will present their artwork that contribute to the conversation around mental
health, mental illness and addiction. For more information contact Frances Jewell or Amanda Carey at
905.545.2525. [email protected]
Retrospeculation: A Totally Mental Recovery Story Takes place at Staircase Theatre, 27
Dundurn St. N. at 8 pm. Tickets $15 (or PWYC) at the door or on line at harrisonwheeler.ca.
Multicultural Wellness Fair The Good Shepherd and the Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion will host
may 9
th
saturday
friday
35 Aikman Avenue at 1 pm. All are welcome to celebrate with us.
a Multicultural Wellness Fair to provide information on services available to the diverse communities in
Hamilton. This event takes place at St. Patrick’s School, 20 East Avenue South from 10:30 am to 2:30
pm. There will be information booths on mental health and addictions, counselling services, physical well
being, housing and nutrition to name a few. There will also be multicultural performances and
multicultural finger food.
For more information about
Mental Health Week activities,
contact Kathryn Lanza at
CMHA, 905.521.0090, ext. 240

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