Social and Recreational Programs

The program allows a safe space for those with mental health challenges to feel a sense of belonging. People battling a mental illness often feel that they have lost control of their lives. Mental illness may have distanced them from friends and family, resulting in low self-esteem and little self-confidence.

Activities include weekly community trips as well as an annual camping trip in the summer months. Our Recreation Program offers meaningful activities to resident and community participants alike. This program can help participants regain their emotional footing and help them make connections again; builds the bridge from isolation to physical activity, good nutrition, affordable entertainment, and most importantly, a community of peers.

For more information on Social Recreation Programs, please call Hannah Rail, Recreational Coordinator 250.542.3114 ext. 202

Intake Form

The Canadian Mental Health Association provides mental health promotion and mental illness recovery-focused programs and services for people of all ages and their families.

At CMHA VERNON, we offer a variety of programs and services to individuals overcoming mental health issues. Fill out an intake form and join CMHA today!  There are three convenient ways to obtain an intake form:

  1. Pick one up at our office at 3100 – 28th Ave, Vernon, BC.
  2. Fill out the form at the bottom of this section.
  3. Print out our printable intake form and fax or mail to CMHA VERNON.

Name(Required)
Do we have permission to leave a voicemail on the phone number provided?(Required)
Do we have permission to text the cell number provided?(Required)
Are you connected to Mental Health Services?(Required)
Do we have permission to contact your service provider (doctor, mental health worker, etc.)?(Required)
Consent

Clubhouse Calendar

Hello everyone!

Happy November! Check out this month’s calendar in our November Edition of the Grapevine!

November Edition-Grapevine

We appreciate your patience and understanding during this difficult time!

If you feel like you would benefit from the support programs to help reduce feelings of isolation please contact Hannah at 250-542-3114 for more information.

Grapevine Newsletter

Check out the November edition of the Grapevine Newsletter. Click here to download. 

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