Welcome to the Self Help Alliance Website

The Self Help Alliance provides services offered by people
for people who have experienced a mental health and / or
addiction issue.

We believe recovery is possible!

(This website is not the official corporate page for CMHA WWD.)
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Updates & Events

   
Have you accessed any of the following Self Help services?  Peer and/or Recovery groups,  Advocacy Assistance, Entrepreneurship Services, Skills for Safer Living Program, and/or Spark of Brilliance groups and events?  If so, please take a few moments to complete this short surveyThank you in advance!
Suicide Ideation Groups Starting this SPRING 2016This intervention group is for individuals who experience thoughts related to suicide, and who have not attempted suicide before.  Goals of the Ideation Group are to provide an opportunity to regenerate a sense of hope for living, to decrease the intensity, duration and frequency of suicidal thoughts, and to provide participants the opportunity to learn and practice skills to assist in dealing with their persistent thoughts about suicide.  Groups are available in both Kitchener and Cambridge.  Space is Limited.  Please inquire at your earliest convenience by calling 519-570-4595 ext. 4065.
Smitty’s Fine Furniture Presents A Special Evening for Suicide PreventionPlease join us on Sunday, May 1st, 2016 from 5:00 – 7:30 pm for a memorable evening to launch Mental Health Month at Smitty’s.  Guest Speakers include: Lynn Spence, Stylist, Comedians from Stand Up for Mental Health, and Local Government Officials.  Reserve Your Complimentary Limited Seating By Contacting: [email protected] All are welcome!  See flyer for details.
Families of Missing Loved Ones Dealing with Ambiguous Loss.  This monthly group is for families and friends that are impacted by a missing loved one and those who have had a loved one found, alive or deceased.  Know that it’s the situation that is abnormal, not you.  If you are impacted, please join us every 3rd Wednesday of every month from 6:30 – 8:30 pm.  All are welcome!  No registration required.
FMWCover Finding My Way…Stories of Recovery – We want to hear from you! – Please share your views and experiences of reading this book on: www.surveymonkey.com/s/KRHZD59We need your feedback so that we may continue to share this book with others, and for the creation of future books. If you do not have a copy, one can be purchased at any Self Help Alliance site. Another option is to click below to download and read Finding My Way…Recovery Stories in PDF format.