Thank you for your support of CMHA’s Ride Don’t Hide event.
In 2017, Ride Don’t Hide raised $1.6M to support the resiliency and recovery of individuals experiencing mental illness. This could not have happened without the support of thousands of Canadians who participated from Newfoundland and Labrador to British Columbia. They cycled in plain sight to put an end to the stigma of mental illness. They rode to raise funds for mental health programs and services in their communities.
When we hide, mental health stays hidden. When we ride, we create change. This year, on June 24, ride in plain sight. Ride Don’t Hide. It’s more than the name of the event. It’s also the reason we’re riding. Be part of something bigger.
ABOUT OUR RIDE: This is a family friendly event and is suitable for all riders. We start at the CN Centre on Ospika Blvd, and riders can choose from 6km, 15km, 30km or 50km rides. The 30km and 50km rides involve steeper hills and are for the more advanced riders.
Our event includes Kids Zone Activities, Health Fair, RCMP Register a Bike Program, Guest Speakers and a BBQ by donation.
Prince George CMHA is celebrating its 50 years of operation and we are proud to provide services to and for those individuals and families struggling with mental illness and seeking to improve their mental wellness. We provide life skills and vocational support services for those with severe and persistent mental illness; the Bounce Back program for phone coaching
for adults with mild to moderate depression and anxiety; a Peer Support program; a Housing Outreach program; manage 19 apartments and a 5 person group home as well as numerous education opportunities for those individuals and groups wanting to improve their knowledge and skills in achieving and maintaining mental wellness.
Proceeds from Ride Don’t Hide will be used to provide education services in Prince George through the delivery of Living Life to the Full and Mental Health First Aid.
Canadian Mental Health Association Prince George Branch
1152 3rd Ave
Prince George, BC V2L 3E5