The Canadian Mental Health Association Moose Jaw Branch is looking for Peer Supporters both male and female to join our team in Moose Jaw. Duties and responsibilities The Peer Supporter will initiate, establish, and maintain relationships with peers while developing trust. Will act as a positive role model and mentor, he/she will also helpContinue readingPeer Support Opportunities
Every Tuesday at lunch time in August, the H.O.P.E. Learning Centre is offering free, half-hour, online webinars! The sessions are free, but you need to pre-register so that a link can be sent to you. August 2020 Revised1 Continue readingOnline Wellness Development – August Dates!
Every Tuesday at lunch time in July, the H.O.P.E. Learning Centre is offering free, half-hour, online webinars! The sessions are free, but you need to pre-register so that a link can be sent to you. Continue readingOnline Wellness Development – July Dates!
Hi everyone, With things starting to open up again, an with some of the COVID restrictions being lifted, we are in the process of ramping up our event schedule – and trying to get things back to normal again. Currently, we are having a walking group on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1:00pm. Soon, we willContinue readingEvents
1. Providing Support Remotely – Strategies for Helping From a Distance This workshop provides practical strategies for how to intentionally engage with others when we are not able to meet in person are provided. Some of the Topics Reviewed · Types of Remote Support · Benefits and Challenges of Supporting Remotely · Using TechnologyContinue readingUpcoming Training Opportunities from CTRI
If you know someone dealing with the loss of a loved one from suicide, please pass this info along to them. It’s from the American Association of Suicidology, and has to do with some free workshops they are currently offering. “As a continuation of the 32nd Annual Healing After Suicide Loss Conference, we are pleasedContinue readingHealing After Suicide Loss Workshops
Come Together is back! At least…tentatively. Think of it as a trial run. For our first event back, we will be going for a walk around Crescent Park. Here are the details: Date: Thursday, May 21 Time: 1PM Meetup Point: Connects Centre (250 Manitoba St. E.) NOTE: In order to participate, you must beContinue readingCome Together is Back!
***These courses/webinars are ONLINE only *** 1. Coping with Current Events: Managing Anxiety and Stress SESSION DATES: May 8 – 10:30-12 Hosted by CMHA, Saskatoon May 14 – 12:00-1:30 Hosted by CMHA, Sask Division COVID-19 is on many of our minds. With there being so much talk about the current events, for someContinue readingFREE Online Training Opportunities
For the PDF version with clickable links, please click here. Continue readingWorld Maternal Mental Health Day is May 6th!