Funding & Events

MHA Summer Groups Schedule 2023

MHA Community Action Grant - APPLY NOW

Guidelines & Application
Funding is available for community- based Mental Health Promotion & Addiction Prevention projects. 
Deadline is December 16, 2022


Winter Well NL - Starting February 1, 2022

Participate in the FEBRUARY Active Calendar & Enjoy the Best of NL Winter!
A Season to Activate not Hibernate.

Information Sheet
Winter Well NL Active Calendar - February 2022
CBC Parents Winter Scavenger Hunt
Roll & Move Winter Gameboard

Tag @WesternHealthNL
Snap & Share #WinterWellNL

Healthy Refresh Activity Grants - Deadline is October 29th, 2021

Community partners and Western Health staff continue to provide many valuable supports in our communities. It’s motivating to see such significant efforts despite the challenging circumstances. Let’s continue to work together to find new and innovative ways to promote positive mental health.

Western Health would like to support your efforts through Healthy Refresh Activity Grants. A limited number of Grants are available ranging up to $350 each. Community Partners, Schools and Western Health staff can apply no later than 4:30 PM on Friday, October 29th, 2021. Be Creative! Plan your own prevention and promotion activity. Who will you engage? How? What resources do you need?  

For more details, please see the Healthy Refresh Activity Grant Guidelines and Application.

Call for Applications for the CAPMHP Fund - Due March 6, 2020 (CLOSED)

Community Addictions Prevention Mental Health Promotion Fund (CAPMHP) 
Click here for fillable PDF format.

The Department of Health and Community Services is inviting applications for the 2020 Community Addictions Prevention and Mental Health Promotion Fund Program.

Individuals, community groups and not-for-profit organizations are encouraged to apply for funding to support mental health and addictions projects. The department in partnership with the four regional health authorities administers the funding with grants available up to a maximum of $10,000 per application.

To be eligible for funding, proposed projects must focus on promoting positive mental health and well-being, suicide prevention or prevention of alcohol-related harms.

The deadline to apply is Friday, March 6. The application form and program guidelines are available online here.


Project Consultation: The Regional Addictions Prevention Consultant and the Regional Mental Health Promotions Consultant are available for consultation regarding your application.  Consultation does not mean approval, it is to ensure that you have to correct information included and that your information is clear and concise. Your local Wellness Facilitators are also available for application consultation.


Awareness Week Activity Grants

A limited number of Awareness Week Activity Grants ranging from $50 to $100 each are available to Mental Health and Addiction Services Staff, Community Health Nursing Staff and Community Partners.

Suicide Awareness Grants - Offered multiple times throughout the year. Contact for details. 


Events & Initiatives:

Taking Care Tips Calendar - May 2021

It's Your Health on the Line

It’s Your Health on the Line is a local workplace initiative supporting Mental Health Week. Each spring, workplaces are invited to support employee wellness by participating in an awareness initiative that asks staff to share their fresh ideas for brighter days.

How to Participate - Simply set up the clothesline in a staff area of your workplace. Staff will choose a paper cut out and write a message or draw a picture about what they do to revitalize their mind and body. They are then asked to hang it on the clotheslines for everyone to see.

Register your workplace! We just need a few details about your workplace to get started. We will send you a package with everything you need to participate including: poster, clothesline, clothes pins, paper clothing cut outs, print materials and a prize. For more information, read the attached Letter to Workplaces or call Lori Hynes at 634-4322.

Registration takes place in March/April each year. You can complete the registration form Word or PDF and fax to 634-2870 or email to, or you can register by telephone at 634-4322.   



Training Opportunities:

Check back for more opportunities for workshops and training events.

Provincial Webinars - Stepped Care & E-Mental Health Programs

Visit to check out webinars & E-Mental Health programs.  
Missed a live webinar? Watch the recordings to learn more about Stepped Care and new and innovative programs available within Newfoundland and Labrador.

Peer Support

Monica Fletcher, CHANNAL, and Tammy Bourne, U-Turn, discuss peer support and the services offered by their organizations - 


Strongest Families Institute

A provincial webinar by Strongest Families Institute provides an overview of the SFI programs available for children and youth -



A provincial webinar with Niki Legge, DOHCS, and Dr. Badri Rickhi, psychiatrist and founder of the Breathing Room. Dr. Rickhi provides an overview of online tools, a demo of the bridge the gapp website, as well as an overview an demo of the BreathingRoomTM Program -


Stepped Care & Integrating Technology

This webinar provides an overview of the Stepped Care 2.0 model and variations that have been adapted for unique circumstances at other sites, including within Newfoundland & Labrador, as well as how technology is integrated in the model -



Please contact the Regional Mental Health Promotion Consultant or Regional Addictions Prevention Consultant to discuss opportunities or support with applications for funding. 

Regional Mental Health Promotion Consultant at 634-4927/4171

Regional Addictions Prevention Consultant at 634-4921/4171