CPMHC Co-Founders Jaime & Patricia were invited to present at the Women’s Brain Health Conference organized by the Women’s Health Research Cluster of the University of British Columbia. https://womenshealthresearch.ubc.ca/womens-brain-health-virtual-conference-series Their talk was titled, “Moms on a Mission: Getting government to enact a National Perinatal Mental Health Strategy through the power of media and advocacy.”
Watch CPMHC National Committee member @ltomfohr present to the Canadian Parliamentary Health Research Caucus on her work on pregnancy & the pandemic & the CPMHC! Begins at 9:00 youtu.be/ektvHh9oPEA
“I work with an organization called the Canadian Perinatal Mental Health Collaborative. We knew before this that women weren’t getting screened and weren’t getting access to timely care. This is much worse now and we need to build our systems back better. We have an opportunity to look at things like telehealth so that people are getting access to timely, culturally sensitive, and evidence-based mental health care.” Read more: https://cpmhc.ca/2020/11/19/cpmhc-national-committee-member-presents-to-canadian-parliamentary-health-research-caucus/
An Evening of Love & Laughter in support of Royal Victoria Hospital Mental Health & Addictions Program
The CPMHC was provided a table to display information on our organization at this well-attended event in Barrie, Ontario.
Fourth Trimester Group Talk, Serenity Birth Studio
The CPMHC speaks regularly to the fourth trimester mom and baby group about perinatal mental health.
Barrie Women’s Show
The Women’s Village, Barrie, ON
The CPMHC participated in the first community gathering of the Barrie Women’s Village along with fellow advocates and community partners.
Patricia Tomasi, Jillian Lynch (Women’s Village Founder), Jaime Charlebois