's aim was to establish comprehensive community mental health centers throughout the country, approximately 1 500 centers nationwide.
In 2012 CMHA
published statements to the effect that the provincial First Ministers identified improved access to mental health services as a high priority area .
, for example, shared the story of a young woman who lied to her doctors by telling them that she had plans to commit suicide because she believed it was the only way she would be able to receive the attention and treatment she needed (SCCS 2007d).
High points include the passage of the CMHA
, passage of the Mental Health Systems Act of 1980, President Clinton's efforts to pass the Health Security Act in 1993; the Surgeon General's first-ever Report on Mental Health in 1999; the President's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health in 2003; and the remarkable growth of the consumer movement, which has brought us the equally remarkable promise ofrecovery.
Margaret Chaplin is an addiction psychiatrist practicing at CMHA
in New Britain, CT.
* While CMHA
's tagline, "Mental Health for All," continues to be an overarching theme of Mental Health Week, the focus this year is "Youth Mental Health" (ages 15 to 24)
Jenna Masciantonio, communications coordinator for CMHA
Halton also shared details on how clergy can access helpful resources.
RT @davidswann: http://twitpic.com/cl0fg--Having fun at a CMHA
kids day camp!
1996; Health and Welfare Canada 1988; Schugurensky and Ginieniewicz 2007; Walker 2005).
This modernization project, comprising approximately 7,000 units (764 buildings impacting approximately 7.1 million square feet of space), is a comprehensive program to make all Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA
) housing as energy efficient and cost effective as possible, regardless of age.
Housing officials expressed widespread fears that the city would be unable to absorb a flood of war workers; as Cleveland Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA
) head Ernest J.