Resource Guides

Service & Recovery Resource

This handbook is a great resource for those involved with CMHA Oxford.  This guide describes our programs and services, gives important information about Personal Health & Safety and provides resources on health and wellness related items.  It also includes the Rights and Responsibilities of individuals receiving services.

Download the Service & Recovery Resource here


We want to hear from you!

At CMHA Oxford, we value your feedback on our programs and services as well as accessibility items.  We want to hear about what we are doing well, and we want to hear where we can improve.

Download the CMHA Feedback Form here

Our Complaint Process can be found here to learn how we follow up on your feedback.


Understanding our Privacy Program

In accordance with the Personal Health Information Protection Act, 2004 (PHIPA), CMHA Oxford wishes to inform you of our information practices with respect to the collection, use, protection, access, and disclosure of personal health information.

Download the Understanding Our Privacy Program guide for more information here


Mental Health, The Justice System, and You

This book is a resource for adults involved with the justice system, and outlines the processes involved and offers information on the people who can help.

Download the Mental Health, The Justice System, and You book here


Oxford County Community Drug & Alcohol Strategy

The Oxford County Community Drug and Alcohol Strategy was developed and led and by the Oxford Community Drug and Alcohol Strategy Project Steering Committee.  The Strategy includes 89 action items to address problematic substance use in Oxford County. These action items were informed by a review of local data, a review of evidence-based best practices in the literature, and community consultations with over 50 individuals from 28 community agencies and 15 network tables/groups, as well as 11 people with lived experience. The development of the Oxford County Community Drug and Alcohol Strategy was generously funded by Southwestern Public Health.

Download the Oxford County Community Drug & Alcohol Strategy here