Jeffery Earle of Dillon Consulting Fredericton dropped by our CMHA of NB offices today with a generous donation of $5000! As part of Dillon Consulting's 70th anniversary, staff identified a cause they could support nationally while connecting directly in their community. Mental health was the overwhelming selection and a cause that Dillon has supported internally for many years!
A HUGE thank you to Dillon Consulting! With support from our community like this it enables CMHA of NB to continue to provide programs and support for people in need of mental health services. ... See MoreSee Less
The United Way of Central New Brunswick and CMHA of NB are working together to present a movie like no other about mental health wellness in the high school.
In collaboration with a social movement called IT ONLY TAKES A MOMENT™. The purpose is to demonstrate how we can improve the mental wellness of our communities through active listening. The catalyzing event is screening the unreleased feature film LISTEN to all non-profit organizations throughout Fredericton on February 23rd. It will be 100% free for people to attend.
LISTEN was inspired by Writer/Director Erahm Christopher's work with nearly one million youth. The film is about a school counselor who struggles to make a difference as isolation and negative influences spark destructive behavior among youth. Prominent themes include: mental illness, self-harm, gang violence, racism, cyber-bullying, domestic abuse and suicide. The trailer may be viewed at: www.listenthemovie.com.
Join us Thursday, February 23rd at 2:00 pm in the Chalmers Hospital Auxiliary Theatre for the screening of “Listen”. The screening is free and open to the public.
Please register by email to: email@example.com
The screening will be followed by a Q&A facilitated by Dr. Rice Fuller, President, CMHA of NB Board of Directors, and Writer/Director Erahm Christopher via Skype. ... See MoreSee Less