Ride Don’t Hide on June 25, 2017!
Hit the road and raise funds and awareness for mental health!
Location: The Mohawk Inn and Conference Centre, 9230 Guelph Line, Campbellville
Rides and Routes:
Prices include a food truck lunch after the ride.
Early Bird Registration (until April 30th): $45.00 including sweat-wicking, tech t-shirt.
Registration (May 1st to June 24th): $55.00 including sweat-wicking, tech t-shirt
Kids Ride Free: Childrens t-shirts available for $12.00.
View our T-shirt-sizing to make sure you get the correct fit.
All registrations are non-refundable
Note: Registration will continue to be open until just before the ride commences on Sunday, June 25th. We will be accepting in-person registrations on the day of the event. (Credit Card, Cheque or Cash, NO Debit) Day of Registration $75.00
For more information, call us at 1-877-693-4270!
- Please let us know if you would like to join our team of amazing volunteers for Ride day! E-mail An at email@example.com.
- If you are interested in sponsoring Ride Don’t Hide, please e-mail Kimberly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Questions about Ride Don’t Hide? Please e-mail Melanie at email@example.com.
About CMHA Halton Region Branch
The Canadian Mental Health Association is a nation-wide, non-profit organization founded in 1918 that promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness.
At the CMHA Halton Region Branch, we promote mental health for all through support services for people living with mental health and/or addiction concerns and health and wellness promotion. Our services include:
- Specialized support for individuals who have mental health and/or addiction concerns, including assessment, case management, justice services, and dual diagnosis and concurrent disorders services, to help them improve their health, well-being, and quality of life
- 24-7 phone and mobile crisis intervention through our Crisis Outreach and Support Team (COAST) and safe place crisis housing to support safety and connections to additional resources
- Free walk-in counselling to help people improve their wellness, cope better, and create positive solutions to life’s challenges
- Anger management and wellness groups to help participants learn about and develop positive coping strategies
- Educational presentations and training on a variety of mental health topics, including Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), safeTALK, Living Life to the Full, and Mental Health First Aid workshops to help participants learn about caring for their own health and wellness and effectively supporting others
- Displays to promote mental health awareness at wellness fairs and other events
- Mental health information and referral to community services to provide people with current and comprehensive information and connections to the help and resources they need to improve their wellness