- every Thursday 1:30-4:00 pm at Chedoke Hospital starting Sept. 11th until Oct. 23rd
- every Tuesday 7:00-9:30 pm in ST. CATHARINES starting Sept. 9th until Oct. 21st
- every Monday 1:00-3:30 pm in BRANTFORD starting Oct. 27th until Dec. 8th
2pm till 7pm
Fall - Winter - Spring
1632 WILSON STREET WEST @ HWY 2 & 52
Ancaster has a deep agricultural history, and has long been a supporter of farmers markets. Our goal is create a year round food hub in Ancaster’s West End.
Operating year round on Friday afternoons and is located in the Soldaat Poultry building at Hwy 52 & 2 by the Historic Ancaster Fairgrounds.
our founding vendors
Ojo Eat Local
Plan B Organic Farms
Locke St Bakery
MEDIA ADVISORYFor immediate release: A message from CMHA Hamilton Branch The Living Life to the Full course is a fun and engaging 12-hour, eight-week life skills course offered in a group format. Based on cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) principles, the course provides people from all walks of life with effective tools to maximize their ability to manage life’s challenges. Designed by internationally renowned UK mental health expert, Dr. Chris Williams, the course teaches skills such as spotting ‘bad thoughts’, tips for feeling happier right away, and four easy steps to solving almost any problem. Living Life to the Full is part of the Canadian Mental Health Association BC Division’s suite of low to no-cost community-based self-help resources, which include the successful Bounce Back™: Reclaim Your Health program. When October 1 – November 19 1:30-3:00 p.m. Where CMHA Hamilton Branch 131 John St. S Cost $100/participant, including all course booklets & worksheets. This course is valued at $185/person and is currently offered at the reduced rate of $100/person due to generous sponsorship from the CMHA Hamilton Branch. Facilitators Jill Pollock, Christine Doljac, Evelyn Krysinski Eligibility general public Living Life to the Full helps people to get their lives back on track. Whether you’re wanting to have more energy, feel happier, get fit, be more organized, enjoy better relationships – the course can benefit you!
- Irish Experience: Research from Ireland shows that before taking the course, 80% of participants were depressed, and only 20% were happy/not depressed. At the end of the course, the numbers were reversed: 83.3% were happy/not depressed and only 16.7% were depressed.
- BC Experience: Feedback from BC participants shows that 91% would recommend the course to family and friends. In a pilot program in a BC workplace, 93% of participants said the course enhanced their coping skills.
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Hamilton Branch CMHA Hamilton promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness. The CMHA accomplishes this mission through advocacy, education, research and service. Visit cmhahamilton.ca for more information. -30- For more information or to arrange an interview, contact: Evelyn Krysinski Canadian Mental Health Association, Hamilton 131 John Street South Hamilton, ON L8N 2C3 ph: (905) 521-0090, extension 236 email: email@example.com
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