Support Groups

Our Chapters offer peer to peer support groups across the Province

Using the Evidence

Launching our evidence-informed model of Family Engagement

Family Engagement

Introducing Family Engagement Specialists to support FE across Ontario

Executive Director's Blog

Sarah Cannon

Follow the journey and goings on at PCMH along with Executive Director, Sarah Cannon, as she blogs about issues we all face, the advocacy/social awareness campaign trail and much more.

Sarah's blog is also featured at www.speakingofkidsmentalhealth.ca

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Do you have a child in school with EA Support? Things you should know...

After spending with the day with Halton Region EAs I was shocked to learn some of the challenges they have in doing their jobs.....helping our kids.

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2012-11-24 Sarah Cannon

Handwriting on the Wall

A meeting today in Halton with the Student Support Leadership Initiative began with this poem, it gave me goosebumps and I wanted to share and help pass along the inspiration.

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2012-08-14 unknown

Even "veteran" parents find themselves lost sometimes

It was a day to remind me that even when you get used to having a child with mental illness, sometimes seemingly innocent mistakes can take you back.

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2012-08-07 Sarah Cannon

Child and Youth Mental Health System Transformation

What do you believe should be classified a "core service"? This is an opportunity for families to have their say, and help define and frame meaningful transformation of the Child and Youth Mental Health System

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2012-07-06 Sarah Cannon

Summer Strategies

Guest Blogger Darlene Wierski-Devoe gives some simple tips on keeping summer free from anxiety.

Darlene Wierski-Devoe is a certified Life Coach, owner of Talk, Breathe, Live and the founder and publisher of the Raising Socially Anxious Children Blog.

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2012-06-27 Darlene Wierski-Devoe

Older Posts

I really appreciated the help last nite.I knew who to call and your talk was very inspiring for the audience. You are changing peoples lives and helping move a tired system into … Marc Roberts, Executive Director, OECYC