Oxford County


Register, create a team, volunteer or donate to Ride Don’t Hide to support mental health programs in our community

RDH 2017

Ride Don’t Hide on June 24, 2018

Ride and raise funds to support Community Funded initiatives like Walk-In Counselling, because the funds stay right here in Oxford County!

Registration coming soon for the 2018 Ride!

Yes!  You can still collect donations and pledges offline for the 2017 Ride until July 31, 2017, or donate online here.

Download the form here, and please fill in the following information:

  • The Canadian Mental Health Association (branch name): Oxford County
  • Charity Number: 118834217 RR001
  • Please bring the pledge sheet and all donations to the Ride Registration & Swag Day on Saturday, June 24

Get involved with Ride Don’t Hide Oxford 2018:

Want to volunteer at Ride Don’t Hide Oxford 2018?  Join the Crew!  We are currently looking to grow our committee to help plan next year’s ride!

Interested?  Send an email to Kathlene and let her know your availability.

Want to sponsor CMHA Oxford’s Ride Don’t Hide?

You can make a big impact in your community by sponsoring CMHA – Oxford’s Ride Don’t Hide.  Check out our 2017 sponsorship package here and contact Kathlene at 519-539-8055 x. 226 for more information.

Ride Don’t Hide Oxford 2018 Contact:  

Do you have a question about the ride?  Contact Kathlene Campbell-Conlon at KathleneCampbell-Conlon@CMHAOxford.on.ca.

About CMHA Oxford

The Canadian Mental Health Association-Oxford Branch has been serving the community since 1985, evolving into an organization that focuses on two main programs: Community of Oxford Support and Treatment Team, and Education/Volunteer Services.  This includes a 24-hour mobile crisis response, intensive case management, dual diagnosis supports, psycho-geriatric supports, concurrent disorder supports, court diversion & court supports and independent supportive housing and Private Landlords. CMHA Oxford is committed to building inclusive, healthy communities through:

  • Elimination of the stigma of mental illness.
  • Educational initiatives that promote mental health and build understanding about the impacts of mental illness and the resources available.
  • Leadership and partnerships to plan, deliver, and evaluate a broad range of quality programs and services that meet the evolving needs of consumers and community.