The 3rd annual Run for Women is back and better than ever! Raising money to support women's mental health in Saskatoon has never been easier. Your donations and participation ensure CMHA Saskatoon can provide direct support for women. They also allow us to raise awareness about women’s mental health through education and training. Donations received
VR work experience is an immersive work experience, perfect for those who are interested in several career paths. The VR experience provides an opportunity to dip your toes in the water before jumping into an educational program. A fun way to explore work opportunities! If you are interested in the VR work experience, please e-mail
The Canadian Mental Health Association provincial conference brings together innovative, new techniques in community mental healthcare in the province of Saskatchewan. Join us for 2 days of learning, growing and shifting our mental health mindset. Dates: June 28th: 8:15 am - 3:30 pm (lunch included) June 29th: 8:30 - 11:45 am Ticket Info: $200: 2
The 2nd Annual Delisle Community Walk for Mental Health will be held on Saturday, September 23rd, in memory of Dwaine. "After Dwaine died, those of us who loved him struggled, as all those left behind by suicide do, with the longing of wanting to know what we could have done to keep him from taking
MHFA Basic is intended for adults interacting with adults (18 years and older). This course focuses on the four most common mental health disorders including substance related, mood related, anxiety and trauma related, and psychotic disorders. More information at mhfa.ca. Date & Time: October 25th & 26th (1 hour lunch) *Meals are not provided for in-person
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
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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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!