Mental Health Week 2020 Brings a Timely Reminder of the Importance of Self-Care
HCDSB Recognizes Mental Health Week May 4-10, 2020.
The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) ​designates the first week in May as Mental Health WeekThis year, it runs from May 4-10, 2020, and the Halton Catholic District School Board (HCDSB) will join organizations across Canada in raising awareness about mental health. 

While supporting mental health is always a priority for us, this year Mental Health Week takes on a special significance in light of the current COVID-19 pandemic. In keeping with the importance of caring for ourselves as we care for our students and families, our HCDSB Mental Health team has designated Self-Care as the theme of this year's Mental Health Week.

 

Daily Mental Health Themes

Our HCDSB Mental Health team are suggesting a daily focus for each day during Mental Health Week:

Movement Monday
Thankful Tuesday
Warm Wednesday
Try Something New Thursday
Focused Friday

Mental Health Week Resources​

Join the Conversation Online!

Throughout the week, we will be sharing resources and tips while encouraging members of our HCDSB community to help support mental wellness. Join the conversation by following us on Twitter (@HCDSB) Instagram (@haltoncatholicdsb) and Facebook using the hashtags: #HCDSBMentalHealthWeek and #HCDSBSelfcare

Learn More About Self-Care and Other Mental Health Supports

Mental Health Resources serving Halton

  • ​ROCK Reach Out Centre for Kids (24/7) 905-878-8555
  • Distress Centre Halton (Burl) 905681-1488 (Oak) 905-849-4541 (Halton Hills) 905-877-1211 
  • Kids Help Phone 1-800-668-6868 Text 686868
  • Halton Regional Police for emergencies 911
  • Halton Regional Police for non-emergencies 905-825-4777​

 

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