Canadian Mental Health Association - Toronto Branch Annual Revenue, Number of Employees, Growth and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Canadian Mental Health Association - Toronto Branch's estimated annual revenue is currently $32.4M per year.
- Canadian Mental Health Association - Toronto Branch's estimated revenue per employee is $253,125
- Canadian Mental Health Association - Toronto Branch has 128 Employees.
- Canadian Mental Health Association - Toronto Branch grew their employee count by 10% last year.
- Canadian Mental Health Association - Toronto Branch currently has 1 job openings.
|Frank Van||Member Board of Directors|
|Greg Zatulovsky||Director, Finance and Corporate Services|
What Is Canadian Mental Health Association - Toronto Branch?
CMHA is a nation-wide, charitable organization that promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness. CMHA's Vision is Mentally healthy people in a healthy society. CMHA Toronto was formed in 1953. CMHA Toronto serves more than 8,000 clients each year. CMHA Toronto employs over 220 Full Time Employees. CMHA Toronto has eleven sites across the city. CMHA Toronto is the largest community-based mental health agency in Canada. We serve all members of our diverse city, regardless of race, culture, religion, gender identity, ability, or age, providing them with: Community support services to those living with mental illness Education and mental health promotion services for all members of the community CMHA Toronto is committed to helping people with mental health challenges to live, work, and belong in our community.keywords:N/A
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Kids Help Phone||$52.9M||210||-1%||N/A|
|Services and Ho...||$32.7M||129||6%||N/A|
|The George Hull...||$14.3M||57||6%||N/A|
|LOFT Community ...||$50.5M||200||10%||N/A|
|Pine River Inst...||$14.3M||57||6%||N/A|
Canadian Mental Health Association - Toronto Branch News
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TORONTO — A veteran criminologist has been tabbed to head a panel on ... Inmate isolation, which can lead to severe mental health issues, has ... The panel will provide feedback to the commissioner of the Correctional Service of Canada. ... An official
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