The National Farmer Mental Health Alliance (NFMHA) provides training, education, and resources to improve access to agriculture-informed mental health services.
As psychotherapists with lived ag experience, we understand the unique stresses and challenges that farmers and farm families face. We’ve partnered with the CFFO to offer services that reflect your faith and farm-based values and needs, including:
- Monthly ‘check-in and chats’ to give you the opportunity to ‘drop-in’ for an online conversation with a therapist and other farmers. We will discuss important issues in farming and strategies for how to manage it all.
- Six engaging and informative webinars, such as ‘Building Faith and Resilience’, ‘Coping with Stress’, and ‘Protecting your Farm’s Greatest Asset”. Presented on Zoom, you can attend these workshops from home, the field, or the barn.
- Featured mental health articles in The Steward and posts on the CFFO social media.
Visit www.nfmha.ca to connect with an agriculture-informed therapist and for further mental health resources.
We're launching two programs:
The Check-in & Chat
Jump onto this monthly virtual group chat about mental health with one of our therapists. Each discussion will enable people to listen, learn, share and gain support from the therapist and other farmers.
September 8 What is Mental Health?
September 22 The Four Basic Emotions
October 17 Gratitude & Praise: How Do They Impact Our Mental Health?
November 21 Fostering and Adoption
December 8 Building Relationships & Finding Common Ground
CFFO Wellness Webinars
This informative webinar series is led by a trained psychotherapist who is also a Christian and a farmer. Topics are designed to help improve mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being for farmers and farm families.
The Christian Farmers Wellness Program launches this fall. Questions? Contact us.
Thank you to our partner, the National Farmer Mental Health Alliance.