Programs

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.

Prevocational programs include:

  • The Drop-in center, known as the Members Club, offers a welcoming, engaging, accepting environment where people can develop a social support system and peer support network and focus on ways to stay well.
  • Scheduled daily activities are listed on a Monthly calendar: eg. Art Studio drop-in, Open Jam & Karaoke, Music group, Theatre group, Crafts, Baking, Bingos, Yoga, etc.
  • Social leisure activities: morning stretching-walking, Lawson-Field house, Access to YM.
  • Special events like Mental Heath week, holiday celebrations, and collaborative gatherings with community partners.
  • Opportunities for peer lead groups like anxiety support; we encourage member to develop new groups.
  • Skill building sessions in group activities like community kitchen, wellness club, self-esteem, coping strategies, etc. or 1-1 with staff.
  • Presentations on health & wellness, on community resources, and special interest topics, etc.
  • Community outings: help to learn how to access public resources and leisure /entertainment available in the community, as well as have some fun.
  • Lunch Program at noon.
  • Volunteer opportunities.

 

ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS AND GROUPS

  • The Free Spirit Band
  • Reel Anti-Supressants Theater Group
  • Anxiety Support Group
  • Wellness Club

Regina Branch provides unique employment and training opportunities to our clientele 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.

The Vocational Team Coordinator is 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 the Vocational Team Coordinator at 306-525-9543, ext.222 or voccordinator@cmharegina.com

DAILY LUNCH PROGRAM

Our daily lunch program is offered 7 days a week and serves an average of 60 members per day.

The Community Engagement area created at the end of 2016 is helping to build the capacity within our community through education and awareness around mental health in addition to helping erase the stigma that so often surrounds mental illness.

Programming includes presentations on various mental health topics to educational institutions, post-secondary institutions, workplaces, agencies, non-profit organizations and community service groups. In addition, safeTALK certification training (suicide alertness training) is provided.

If you are interested in having us present to your organization, please feel free to call us at 306-525-9543 to inquire about availability and cost. *Note: As our schedules fill up quickly, we encourage you to book at least 6 weeks in advance.

All fundraising initiatives are also carried out by this area.  Again please feel free to contact us at the above number to see how you can be involved as a volunteer, sponsor or partner.


Please be aware that in order to attend the activities listed on the calendar, you must schedule an appointment for the relevant date and time.

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