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Join us on February 26 for Coldest Night of the Year

Healthcare workers, we are here to support you!


Save the Date- Coldest Night of the Year

On February 26th, we have the opportunity to make mental health matter – come out and walk with us! That night, folks in Vernon will join thousands of others in over 100 cities across Canada for “The Coldest Night of the Year,” a winterrific family-friendly walk to raise money for local charities serving people experiencing hurt, hunger, and homelessness.

 This year in Vernon, we will be walking for the Canadian Mental Health Association Vernon & District Branch to raise money for our Nutrition and Housing Programs.  

Coldest Night of the Year is an excellent opportunity to have fun with your friends and family or build some team spirit with your coworkers while giving back to the community – and we all need that with so many people working from home.

We hope you will join us on February 26th or consider donating if you cannot walk with us. 

There’s a lot of hurt and uncertainty in our communities right now. By joining the Coldest Night of the Year Event, each step YOU take with us helps keep members of our community safe, warm and well.

Thank you so much for attending Burnout: What To Do When You’re Overwhelmed! 

A record will be emailed out next week to everyone who registered for the event. We appreciate your patience as the recording is being finalized.

Thank you again for being part of such a meaningful discussion. We hope as you were listening that you experienced AHA moments where you were saying, “Yes!” “That’s right!” and “Tell me about it!”  Learning what burnout is and how we can complete the stress cycle is vital information for all of us. We don’t have to wait for the world to change before we begin to heal ourselves and one another.

If you have any questions, feedback or would like to share some of your AHA moments, please feel free to connect with us; [email protected]

Is this the year you bring your skills and passion to a supportive work environment that encourages teamwork, innovative thinking and community collaboration? Is this the year your knowledge and experience come together with a team that makes a difference and promotes mental health for all, supporting the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness?

Along with the opportunity to be part of a team that shares your passion, we offer extended health benefits, pension plan, flexibility, and work/life balance!

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