Resilience, Respect and Enhancing Mental Health Knowledge

Supporting the 2012 Mental Health Strategy for Canada

Acts of Terror

City of Calgary Power Outage

What To Do If A Co-Worker Is Suicidal

When Someone Close To You Commits Suicide

Experiencing an Act of Terror

Homewood Health Inc. Acquires Organizational Health Inc. and Organizational Health (Ontario) Inc.

Celebrating Mental Health Week: May 5-11, 2014

Reducing Your Risk of Cancer

Simply Cook and Enjoy!

Former Torstar publisher Jagoda Pike to lead new Homewood Health™

Flu Season

It's Healthy Workplace Month!

The Impact of a Major Transportation Incident

It's Coming...

Flooding Conditions in Alberta: Supporting Your Employees

Emotional Responses to Acts of Terror and Recommended Coping Strategies

March 2013: It's Nutrition Month in Canada!

Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace Standard Released!

Introducing the Health-e Multimedia Centre!

Resilience, Respect and Enhancing Mental Health Knowledge

Wellness ROI - Are You Getting Your Money's Worth?

Healthy Outcomes Conference - Overcoming Internal Obstacles to Your Mental Health Agenda

Summer Travel Tips

June is Stroke Month

Celebrating Mental Health Week: May 7-13, 2012

Managing Emotional Fallout From A Critical Incident

Global Business and Economic Roundtable for Addiction and Mental Health Final Report

Online Counselling: Help Is Just A Click Away

Mental Health Summit Conference Coverage: The Power Within

Research on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Breaking Those Bad Habits

Holiday Season Resource Kit for Workplace Leaders

Celebrating Canada’s Healthy Workplace Month

September is Here! - Back-to-School Tips

Flu Prevention Tips

First responders at greater risk for post-traumatic stress

Overseas conflict tricky for HR

Preparing your workplace for a major flu outbreak

The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) recently released their 2012 Mental Health Strategy for Canada: 'Changing Directions Changing Lives'. Supporting this strategy means: providing training programs that enable peers and people leaders to be effective mental health resources, providing tools and resources that improve resilience, fostering respect, and reducing the stigma surrounding mental illness.

DID YOU KNOW?  Homewood Human Solutions is committed to a mental health strategy that includes reducing the stigma surrounding mental illness. This strategy includes providing Mental Illness SOS: Critical Training for Leaders, and a number of other specialized tools and resources related to mental health and wellness. We offer you an integrated approach to prevention, promotion, and training related to mental illness. Employees build resilience, and enhance their mental health knowledge. Let us assist you with the development of your strategic plan.

To support your plan, choose from a number of tools and resources provided by Homewood Human Solutions. Whether you wish to focus on one specific topic, or provide employees with a comprehensive suite of options related to mental health and mental illness — you decide what best meets the needs of your organization.

We welcome the opportunity to discuss your organization’s action plan with you.

For more information, call us or contact your Homewood Human SolutionsTM Customer Relations Manager today.