CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION MOOSE JAW PROGRAM INFORMATION
One on One Peer Support
If you need to talk to someone in a confidential environment, CMHA offers one on one peer support. Our Peer Supporters are people with lived experience, who have received specialized training to support individuals in their recovery journey. One on one peer support is offered through meetings in the community or phone calls between you and one of our trained Peer Supporters.
Come Together Peer Support Groups
Cheers to Peers! CMHA’s Come Together peer support groups can be a great place to make friends. Many people who join the group are going through similar experiences and trying to find ways to reach out and connect with other people. Events are posted on our monthly calendar. Everyone is welcome!
- Rides to groups can be arranged by calling or texting (306) 513-7801 or calling the CMHA office at (306)692-4240. Please leave a message.
- The CMHA office is located at 200 Main St. South at the MJFS building.
- The Connects Centre is located at 250 Manitoba St. East.
- For additional information about our programs please contact us between Monday and Friday:
CMHA Office – (306) 692-4240 (if we are not available, please leave a message and we will return your call as soon as possible)
Aspergers Peer Support Group
The Aspergers peer support group meets at the Public Library at 7pm on the third Thursday of every month (except during summer). For more information call 306-692-4240.
OSI-CAN Peer Support Group
OSI-CAN hosts weekly peer support groups for those experiencing OSI (Occupational Stress Injury) and PTSD Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) every Wednesday at 7pm. For more information please contact Jeremie at 306-513-8005 or email email@example.com
COME TOGETHER GROUP RULES
1. What is said here stays here.
2. We share feelings and experiences, we try not to give advice.
3. We share responsibility to make this group work.
4. We accept people just as they are now.
5. We give everyone an opportunity to share.
6. We have the right to speak and the right to remain silent.
7. We give supportive attention, we avoid side conversations and
interrupting while someone is speaking to the group.
8. If we need to take a phone call, we step out of the room, so that
we do not disturb the group.
9. We have the right to ask questions and the right not to answer.
10. We show respect through our behaviours, this includes
respecting differences and beliefs.
11. We don’t gossip about others.
12. We have fun and use humor.