Experience presentations providing valuable, innovative workshops that will enhance, complement and expand the services and systems in place. All presentations will be focusing on our theme "Walking the Path: Finding the Way to Wellness". Our keynotes will be representing Individuals with Lived Experience, Forensic and Human Service in the Justice System.
HealthAchieve is more than an annual conference and trade show. It's an agent of change that drives the evolution of the health care system by focusing on the future. We are constantly evolving in order to provide value and bring the best possible experience to our delegates, exhibitors and sponsors.
Global health care and business leaders come to HealthAchieve to be empowered by the potential that change holds. They seek new ways to push boundaries that move the health care system forward, to learn from and collaborate with industry leaders and innovators, and, ultimately, to change lives by helping to create a high-performing health system that is truly focused on putting patients first.
The Canadian Youth and Justice Congress - Advancing Ideas, Evidence and Innovation - will highlight Canadian provincial, territorial and international practices, innovations, research and trends that are influencing positive outcomes for youth to support a national perspective. The conference will look at the evolving youth justice system within the context of an integrated and effective social justice network.
Congress 2017 will showcase preventative and innovative approaches, initiatives and research that address underlying factors that impact youth involvement in the criminal justice system.
Canadian Mental Health Association's Mental Health for All Conference 2017: Together by Design will promote a dialogue about mental health, mental illness and addiction; and bring together the most innovative and inspiring mental health and addictions thinkers and leaders in the country. Science and health care. Service providers and persons with lived experience. Leaders and people working on the front lines. All working toward the same goal: Mental Health For All.
The mission of SOAAR (Secular Ontario Alcoholics Anonymous Roundup) is to bring people together to share and celebrate sobriety with friends, family and other AA members. It’s a casual recovery-based event where we can all gather to share our experience, strength and hope in a fun, friendly and inclusive environment.
Join us for a night of Yoga for Wellness Recovery Yoga! Recognizing yoga and its practices as part of a holistic recovery program, providing tools to address the physical, mental and spiritual disease of addiction. Eventbrite: www.eventbrite.ca/e/yoga-for-wellness-recovery-tickets-36116852478
The Addiction Recovery Breakfast Committee of Addiction Services Thames Valley is hosting a week of events from September 11-15, 2017 that celebrate recovery in London! During the month of September, Canadians in recovery from addiction join with friends and family to build awareness, challenge societal stigma, and celebrate the role that recovery plays in improving the lives of individuals, families, workplaces and communities.
Join us for a free screening of The Anonymous People! This inspiring film will be followed by a panel of community members discussing their perspective on Addiction Recovery.
The Anonymous People is a feature documentary film about the over 23 million Americans living in long-term recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. "We will no longer remain silent"
Ride Don’t Hide is a community bike ride hosted by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) with the goal to raise awareness and help break the stigma surrounding mental health while raising essential funds to support mental health programs. CMHA rides will be hosted in six provinces in 35 communities with the aim to engage over 8,000 participants and raise $1,500,000. Learn more about how you can make an impact by joining Ride Don’t Hide and how CMHA will support you before, during and after the ride.
Canada’s top conference devoted exclusively to workplace mental health.
Since this event began over ten years ago workplace mental health has moved to the top of the priority list for organizations across the country. During this time, Canadian organizations have been helping to raise awareness, reduce stigma and provide tools organizations can use to create mentally healthy workplaces. Many workplaces are now looking to take the next step along their mental health. The Conference Board has continued to elevate the conversation through our research and this conference.
She Recovers in NYC is an innovative three-day event taking place in New York City. She Recovers will gather and engage over 400 women of all ages interested in exploring a diverse range of recovery approaches that focus on mind, body and spirit. Notable and celebrated women in recovery as well as prominent leaders in inspired wellness fields will speak to and about modern recovery, sharing their unique experiences, wisdom and passion with attendees. She Recovers NYC will explore and showcase a wide array of innovative recovery strategies, resources, products and services.
Mindful Psychiatry with Dr. Jose Calderon: Whole Body Mental Health Radio is a show that thinks broadly about mental health and addictions, from the mind-body connection and the gut, to the environment and the world. It seeks to broaden the discussion about mental health and addictions. WHIV FM is dedicated to Human Rights, Social Justice, and Public Health.
Yoga and Spirituality for Recovery: A Symposium on Moving Beyond Addiction. Explore cutting-edge teachings on and approaches to addiction and recovery. Pioneers in the field of spirituality, yoga, and recovery will address the issue of addiction from the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels. Together, we will investigate the root causes for our addictive imbalances from medical, yogic, and Ayurvedic perspectives and draw practical advice from each for holistic solutions on the path of recovery.
Combine Ayurveda and yoga with traditional recovery tools for a more holistic approach to addiction and self-destructive behaviours. The course offers tools and a comprehensive approach to wellness, emotional sobriety, and sustained spiritual development using Ayurveda and yoga as extension therapies to any 12-step work. Designed for yoga teachers and health professionals who work with people recovering from addiction and for people with personal histories or family members with histories of addiction. Upon completion of the course you will have the skills to introduce the healing potential of the holistic sciences of Ayurveda and yoga into your own life and those around you.
The health benefits of yoga: mental, physical and recovery! Listen Live Here.
Health4U with hosted by Marcus Wong - guests Evonne Sullivan and Marketing Director, Jennie Malone. The University of Western Ontario radio station featuring online broadcasting, local news, sports play-by-play and a weblog. CHRW 94.9 FM Radio Western.