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Smart Recovery

Canadian Mental Health Association 1301 Avenue P North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

SMART Recovery® helps individuals gain independence from addictive behaviors (substances, activities or both). Our program is based on scientific knowledge and evolves as scientific knowledge evolves. SMART participants are empowered through the use of the 4-point program where participants develop their ability to: enhance and maintain motivation, cope with urges, manage thoughts, feelings and behaviors

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Men’s Support Group

Canadian Mental Health Association 1301 Avenue P North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

We are a group of men looking to break the stigma of men’s mental health. Together we want to listen, understand, validate, respect and honor one another. Together we can learn to stop hiding in the shadows and create a positive atmosphere where vulnerability is not only welcomed but encouraged.

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Depression Support Group Meeting (In-person and Virtual)

Canadian Mental Health Association 1301 Avenue P North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

In order to ensure the safety for all who attend,  group  meetings are limited to 12 people. We require hand sanitizing, masking and physical distancing for all during meetings.  As well, please do not bring food into the building and bring your own water or other similar refreshments. We review these restrictions on a regular

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Writer’s Group

Canadian Mental Health Association 1301 Avenue P North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

The writer's group is a recreational writing group, meant to provide an outlet for creativity and your thoughts. Drop-in, no need to register!

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Families Matter Support Group (VIRTUAL)

Families Matter is a strength-based, family-centered initiative that empowers, builds capacity and resilience and reduces the need for crisis interventions. Goals and Objectives Build strong community connections for families and be solution focused. Tap into the strength of families so that they can support others in their journey. Keep families strong by providing education and information

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Osi-Can (Operational Stress Injury) Drop In

Sobeys Varsity Common 1550 8th Street East, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

*Please note this group does not meet at the CMHA Saskatoon building. See below for meeting location. OSI-CAN exists to support those people in specific careers that have been affected by an Operational Stress Injury such as PTSD’s symptoms while on duty.  It is not necessary to have a diagnosis of PTSD or other OSI’s

MHFA Standard (in-person)

Canadian Mental Health Association 1301 Avenue P North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is offered to someone with an emerging mental health or substance use problem or in crisis, until appropriate treatment is found or the situation resolves. An evidence-based course, MHFA Standard has been proven to give participants: the tools to recognize signs of decline in mental well-being. the ability to talk

MHFA Standard (in-person)

Canadian Mental Health Association 1301 Avenue P North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is offered to someone with an emerging mental health or substance use problem or in crisis, until appropriate treatment is found or the situation resolves. An evidence-based course, MHFA Standard has been proven to give participants: the tools to recognize signs of decline in mental well-being. the ability to talk

MHFA Standard (in person)

Canadian Mental Health Association 1301 Avenue P North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is offered to someone with an emerging mental health or substance use problem or in crisis, until appropriate treatment is found or the situation resolves. An evidence-based course, MHFA Standard has been proven to give participants: the tools to recognize signs of decline in mental well-being. the ability to talk

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Anxiety Support Group

Canadian Mental Health Association 1301 Avenue P North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

The Anxiety Support Group is back at CMHA. The group will run as a drop-in, in-person group on Thursdays, starting on July 20th, 2023. For more information call Dave Wake (Mental Health Worker) at 306-384-9333 ext. 231 or e-mail dwake@cmhasaskatoon.ca.

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