Building Collective Impact   Peter Coleridge, National CEO   CMHA National Conference   September 15, 2011
Building Collective Impact “Take what you need and leave the rest” Elder of Okanagan Nation
Building Collective Impact “I’m hoping that Canadians – who are  the most significant people in the  world – will start to...
Building Collective Impact
Building Collective Impact “As the emphasis in fighting mental  illness is placed on the treatment of  early cases, it is ...
Building Collective Impact
Building Collective Impact “At the time, I was in Mental Health, I did not realize the number of people that were disturbe...
Building Collective Impact
Building Collective Impact “Mental health is an important part of our overall health and well-being. We’re very conscious ...
Building Collective Impact“Unfortunately, there is still a significant amount of misunderstanding surrounding mental healt...
Building Collective Impact “Organizations change with the times” Dr. Clarence Hincks, 1918
Building Collective Impact “Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending...
Building Collective Impact “When you are through changing, you are through.” Bruce Barton
Building Collective Impact “Nothing succeeds like successors”, Dr. Clarence Hincks 1918
Building Collective Impact     A Strategic Plan to Enhance CMHA’s Collective Impact       Our Vision          •   For Cana...
Building Collective Impact
Building Collective Impact
Building Collective Impact
Building Collective Impact
Building Collective Impact
Whole Population Approach           Whole                  “At-risk” /         Mild to Moderate Mental          Severe & C...
Building Collective Impact "Dont ask people to change, because they wont. Instead, show them how to change by doing.“ Anon...
Building Collective Impact One/two things that I can do as National CEO to support change/ a unified and stronger CMHA. On...
Building Collective Impact “What you put in the circle comes back to you” The Honourable Steven L. Point
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  • This section of the presentation will introduce you to the Mental Health Commission of Canada, the newest player on the mental health scene. Organizations in the field have been advocating for this kind of national presence in mental health for many years, and we are delighted that it is finally a reality
  • Presentation CMHA National Conference September 2011

    1. 1. Building Collective Impact Peter Coleridge, National CEO CMHA National Conference September 15, 2011
    2. 2. Building Collective Impact “Take what you need and leave the rest” Elder of Okanagan Nation
    3. 3. Building Collective Impact “I’m hoping that Canadians – who are the most significant people in the world – will start to look upon mental disabilities in the same way as they look upon physical disabilities” Dr. Clarence Hincks 1918
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    5. 5. Building Collective Impact “As the emphasis in fighting mental illness is placed on the treatment of early cases, it is essential that the battle must leave the hospitals and move out into the community” Dr. J.D. Griffin, General Director, CMHA, 1952 -1971
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    7. 7. Building Collective Impact “At the time, I was in Mental Health, I did not realize the number of people that were disturbed and the stigma attached to them. The stigma still seems to be there but we tried to overcome that, and I think we had some success” Ross Ney, President Perth County CMHA, 1978
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    9. 9. Building Collective Impact “Mental health is an important part of our overall health and well-being. We’re very conscious of our physical health but few of us take the time to focus on our own mental health yet research has demonstrated that our physical and mental health is interconnected.” Peter Coleridge, National CEO, CMHA, 2011
    10. 10. Building Collective Impact“Unfortunately, there is still a significant amount of misunderstanding surrounding mental health issues.” Peter Coleridge, National CEO, CMHA, 2011
    11. 11. Building Collective Impact “Organizations change with the times” Dr. Clarence Hincks, 1918
    12. 12. Building Collective Impact “Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.” Maria Robinson
    13. 13. Building Collective Impact “When you are through changing, you are through.” Bruce Barton
    14. 14. Building Collective Impact “Nothing succeeds like successors”, Dr. Clarence Hincks 1918
    15. 15. Building Collective Impact A Strategic Plan to Enhance CMHA’s Collective Impact Our Vision • For Canadians and mental health / For CMHA Our Values • Underlie our thinking and approach to mental health • Affect how we will work together Our Roles • Roles of branches/regions and divisions • A value-added role for the national association Our Goals • National goals we will work towards togetherOur Strategic Directions • National strategies we will work on together to achieve our goals Action Plans • Collaborative actions that implement the strategic directions
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    21. 21. Whole Population Approach Whole “At-risk” / Mild to Moderate Mental Severe & Complex Mental Population Vulnerable Health and/or Substance Illness and/or addiction Individuals Use Homeless• Mental health literacy • At-risk parents/families • Expanding capacity & approach • Community-based treatment• Stigma & discrimination • At-risk children & youth of the specialty sector • Partnerships for recovery &• Environments that promote • At-risk employees • Maximizing the role & scope participation mental health – school, work • Persons with compromised of primary care • Children & youth with severe• Healthy public policy health • More accessible help and disorders • At-risk seniors information • Mentally disordered offenders • Develop competence across the workforce
    22. 22. Building Collective Impact "Dont ask people to change, because they wont. Instead, show them how to change by doing.“ Anonymous
    23. 23. Building Collective Impact One/two things that I can do as National CEO to support change/ a unified and stronger CMHA. One/two things that you can do in your role within CMHA to support change/a unified and stronger CMHA.
    24. 24. Building Collective Impact “What you put in the circle comes back to you” The Honourable Steven L. Point

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