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Punchline Comedy Night

Its time again to get your ticket to Punchline Comedy Night. This year due to COVID the event is going ONLINE!! There will be a live stream September 19th at 7pm SK time. Gather your “Bubble Mates” in the comfort of your own home and laugh your way to good mental health. Tickets are $60 which […]

Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign

We are so grateful to have been chosen alongside United Way Regina and Family Services Regina as this year’s recipients of the Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign running September 14th-20th. To pre-order your smile cookies please complete the form below and submit it to your nearest participating Tim Hortons Restaurant no later that 48 hours […]

See our new activity Calendar and schedule a visit!

CMHA Regina is happy to have resumed welcoming our members to the club (drop-in centre)! However, understand that in order to adhere to occupancy limits, visits must be scheduled by appointment only. Please see the “Programs” page to view our activity calendar for the month of August. To all our members: we are excited to […]

Canada’s 69th annual Mental Health Week runs May 4-10, 2020. This year for Mental Health Week, CMHA promotes social connection to protect mental health in these difficult times

Despite a pandemic-driven growth in video-conferencing and social media usage, Canadians are feeling more isolated than ever (up eight points from 39% to 47% in less than one month) and crave real, meaningful connections. In fact, two thirds of Canadians (67%) report they would like to experience more meaningful social interactions in their daily life. […]

CMHA Wellness Support Response

We are pleased to announce that the Regina branch of Canadian Mental Health Association will be part of a Saskatchewan wide Wellness Support Response. Starting Monday April 13, 2020 we will have a dedicated phone line, 306-535–4292 that will be answered by staff between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm Monday to Friday. […]

COVID 19 – Food Availability Information

If you are looking for food resources currently available in the city please contact 306 777 7000 and they will be able to provide information on food availability within your area

Coronavirus (Covid-19) Statement:

During this time, CMHA Regina Branch has made the difficult decision to close our physical doors to the public effective Tuesday March 17th.  The branch will remain closed until further notice. We recognize this may be a difficult time for many but please understand that we are trying to do our part to reduce the […]

Laugh your way to good mental health! – Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statement: Punchline Comedy Night Postponed

Following the mandates imposed by the Saskatchewan Health Authority, Punchline Comedy Night, April 30th, 2020 will be temporarily postponed. We are currently working with EVRAZ Place and our comedians and suppliers in an effort to reschedule our event until September or October.  Once a new date has been secured, we will be in touch with you.  […]

Please check out More Joy Regina – January 29th at Conexus Arts Centre (6:00 – 9:00pm)!

https://morejoy.ca/events/more-joy-regina-2020/ CMHA Regina is proud to announce we will be the recipients of this joy-inspiring fundraiser. This event will provide a relaxing, information-based evening of support that may change how you view depression, anxiety … and JOY! Don’t miss the opportunity to hear Clint Malarchuk and his wife Joanie tell their remarkable story of struggle and recovery. […]

Thanks so much for making Ride Don’t Hide 2019 such a success!

CMHA Regina would like to extend a huge thanks to all the sponsors, fundraisers, participants, and volunteers for enabling us to exceed our goals for Ride Don’t Hide 2019. We are tremendously grateful for all your support!

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Ride Don’t Hide 2021
June 1st to 27th

Help bring mental health into the open while raising funds for a great charity. Visit ridedonthide.com/regina for more information and to register as an individual or team.

So many of us don’t feel like ourselves these days, and the pandemic is making it harder to get the help we need.
Ride Don’t Hide Regina is a way to take care of your mental health and take care of your community.
This June, join thousands of riders—and walkers, runners, yogis, spinners, dancers, families, rope-jumpers, and more—in communities across Canada as we bring mental health into the open.
We come together to ride outside, ride inside or ride in spirit to raise funds for mental health in Regina.