Canadian Mental Health Association
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Canadian Mental Health Association Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $1m to $5m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
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Permanent, Full-time
Case Manager (Espanola, ON)

Espanola, ON

$41,420 - $54,026 a year

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Case Manager

Greater Sudbury, ON

$41,420 - $54,026 a year

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Full-time, Part-time
Residential Worker, Harm Reduction Home

Greater Sudbury, ON

$34,665 - $38,410 a year
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Associate Director of Human Resources

Kelowna, BC

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Full-time
Junior Accountant

Brampton, ON

$36,200 - $46,200 a year
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Permanent, Part-time
2021-19 G&B House Program Worker

Owen Sound, ON

$20.20 an hour
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Permanent, Full-time
Concurrent Disorder Specialist

Toronto, ON

$52,011 - $64,509 a year
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Full-time
Crisis Support Worker

Brampton, ON

$67,700 - $77,700 a year
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Full-time, Contract
Residential Crisis Support Worker

Toronto, ON

$42,812 - $53,102 a year
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Part-time, Contract
Individual Support Worker

Toronto, ON

$20.94 - $25.97 an hour
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Part-time, Contract
Dietitian (Eating Disorders Service)

Guelph, ON

$31.35 - $39.76 an hour
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Permanent, Part-time
Registered Practical Nurse (RPN) - OTN Clinic

Peterborough, ON

$27.22 - $29.43 an hour
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Full-time, Contract
Registered Nurse

Toronto, ON

$56,518 - $70,100 a year
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Permanent, Full-time
Integrated Accounts Payable/Receivable Clerk

Chatham-Kent, ON

$49,422 - $61,560 a year
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Temporary, Full-time
#569 Safe Bed Worker (Full-time Contract; Maternity Leave Coverage)

St. Catharines, ON

$25.38 - $31.72 an hour
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Permanent, Full-time
#568 Youth Navigator (Full-time Regular)

St. Catharines, ON

$27.21 - $34.01 an hour
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Permanent, Full-time
Case Manager

Toronto, ON

$48,609 - $60,288 a year
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Full-time
Registered Nurse - Post Court Transition

Brampton, ON

$63,600 - $73,600 a year
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Casual
Casual Residential Support Workers for two housing programs operated by the Canadian Mental Health Association Kenora Branch

Kenora, ON

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Full-time
Case Manager, CCDP

Oakville, ON

$51,097 a year
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Salaries

Salary estimated from 2.2K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Support Worker
$23.19 per hour
Nurse Practitioner
$107,665 per year
Registered Nurse
$55,765 per year

Community & Social Service

Case Manager
$53,704 per year
Addiction Counselor
$49,993 per year
Outreach Worker
$55,510 per year

Personal Care & Home Health

Support Worker
$23.19 per hour
Home Care Worker
$18.99 per hour
Developmental Service Worker
$30.25 per hour

Administrative Assistance

Administrative Assistant
$19.56 per hour
Program Assistant
$37,675 per year
Service Coordinator
$31.26 per hour
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 213 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Canadian Mental Health and addictions in Sudbury, ON
on 12 February 2021
You have to be there for the right reasons
I love my job and what I do to help the homeless population. It can be challenging as we are going through Covid and an opioid epidemic. We have a strong supportive team.
Registered Social Worker in Sarnia, ON
on 4 February 2021
Wonderful coworkers and culture
I had great support from my team members the work atmosphere was very positive. I also had supportive Manager. I had wonderful education experiences and opportunities.
Support Worker in Penticton, BC
on 18 November 2020
Poor Management
Staff are not supported by management. Staff often pitted against each other. Management intimidates staff with loss of hours or employment. When I was hired the Exec. Director at that time was very supportive of staff and clubhouse members. That changed when she left and a new ED was hired in 2011. Since then everything changed and not in a positive way!
Coach in Vaughan, ON
on 5 November 2020
Unfair workload, expectations, for minimum pay or apprecation
They overwork you and expect you to go way above and beyond. Since this program is still in its infancy, there is a lot of program development yet to be done. But those who are supposed to be responsible for program development do not take proper responsibility for their tasks and put it on coaches and other staff members.It is quite messy, disorganized, and coaches are made to suffer for it. For minimal pay.It gets hard to want to do a good job when in this exhausting environment. There are a lot of politics and nobody seems happy anymore.Used to be a fun place to work, but now the wrong leaders have come in and I would not recommend it anymore.Workplace culture is pretty bad. There are a few good people who care, but most are burnt out and unfair.
Education and Training Supervisor in Thompson, MB
on 31 October 2020
Good people with good intentions
I enjoyed the freedom of designing and implementing programs and workshops as well as self directing my radio spots. I enjoyed being a hiring supervisor as well as team supervisor. I flourished in the two committees given to me to sit on and participate in and be a part of youth summit and economic development. I became a SafeTalk Trainer and was given updated ASSIST and ASK. I asked to take online training from Beck institution for CBT and DBT. I headed up Circle for Reconciliation and the nutrition program at the Damp House. This was an excellent year and a bit!
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Yes, I'll take full care of the patient.

Shared on 21 January 2019

Do you have patience? Basic knowledge about different types of behaviour? How to handle situations regarding behaviour?

Shared on 20 November 2018

The more knowledge and experience you obtain the more you are able to help others.

Shared on 21 August 2018
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