Programs are designed to encourage involvement. Activities are structured to build on the interests and strengths of individuals. Activities focus on developing coping skills, interpersonal, and social skills. We provide structured and unstructured opportunities through recreational outings, craft, baking and music groups, support and educational small groups, and one-to-one support and advocacy.
Regina Branch provides unique learning opportunities through our vocational program. This program is offered to those clients who wish to explore and develop the necessary work skills to enter or re-enter the workforce.
Vocational Counsellors are available to clients who are looking for training or employment and assist with:
- Identifying client's strengths and exploring strategies to overcome barriers.
- Assess client's skills, abilities and interests and match appropriate jobs.
- Resume preparation.
- Interview skills.
- Provide transportation to interviews; will attend interview with client if required.
- Job Coaching provided on the job until client is comfortable.
- Advocate for client.
- Obtain any necessary work accommodations that may be required.
- Emotional support.
For more information on how to access these programs, call or email Tracey Edwards, Vocational Team Leader at 306-525-9543, ext.222 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Daily Lunch Program
Our daily lunch program is offered 7 days a week and serves an average of 60 members per day.
Additional Programs & Groups
- The Free Spirit Band
- Reel Anti-Supressants Theater Group
- Anxiety Support Group
- Wellness Club
How Can You Help
Regina Branch provides various services to the community in order to provide employment and training opportunities to our clientele.
Monthly, bi-weekly, weekly or one-time only.