“Through strong leadership, commitment and membership, together we can affect changes
to the mental health system across our pan-national landscape.”
– Ellen Cohen, National Coordinator
Together for Mental Health
The National Network for Mental Health (NNMH) was founded by and for mental health consumer/survivors across Canada. The organization is dedicated to fighting stigma and discrimination on behalf of its membership. NNMH shares resources, provides education and expertise, and advocates on mental health issues. Over the past 25 years, NNMH has forged many successful partnerships in its mission to promote human rights and support all people to be fully included and valued members of society. Its alliance with Level Access is one strong example. The assistive technology Windows browser and Android mobile application that NNMH makes available through its website is an important tool to achieve full inclusion.
Ensure your voice is heard! Join the National Network for Mental Health as a member, and help steer the strategic direction of the organization. Participate in national surveys and suggest topics for online articles. Voting membership is open to those with lived experience of mental health issues. Family members, friends and other allies are also invited to join as non-voting supportive members. Want to contribute even more? Volunteer opportunities are currently available.
A Wealth Of Resources
Connecting with the National Network for Mental Health means staying plugged into the latest mental health updates, in Canada and internationally. Receive news and announcements by subscribing to the Mental Health Blog. Read back issues of online mental health publications, free of charge. The “Helpful People & Places” page lists valuable resources in your community. Plus be sure to visit the NNMH Facebook page for a variety of posts on relevant topics.
Join Other Leaders
Are you involved in mental health leadership in Canada? Join the growing Canadian Coalition of Alternative Mental Health Resources, a national forum of organizations, spearheaded by the NNMH. Your organization can benefit from essential knowledge transfer. Share best practices, alternative programs and resources. Work with other coalition members to generate policy and position papers. Help the mental health consumer movement lobby for positive change with a unified voice!