OSI-CAN is dedicated to helping serving members and Veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces, Allied Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Community First Responders, which include municipal police services, emergency medical services, fire protection services, emergency communications specialist (911 operators), hospital trauma personnel and corrections officers.Continue reading(Operational Stress Injuries) OSI-Can
CMHA Programs and Services
CMHA Saskatchewan offers a range of programs and services to the community.
Caregiver Affected Recovery Education (C.A.R.E.), is a program which was developed for the Canadian Mental Health Association, Saskatchewan Division Inc. It is designed to offer support and education to anyone who provides services and assistance to vulnerable individuals. C.A.R.E recognizes the important contributions of both professional caregivers and the family and friends who give their time to […]Continue readingC.A.R.E. Program
PURCHASE INFORMATION ABOUT THE CALENDAR CALENDAR WINNERS About Our 2020 CMHA Cash Calendar Fundraiser! For 30 years the people of Saskatchewan have made the CMHA Cash Calendar fundraiser a success. This has helped the CMHA in providing important mental health services, support, and advocacy to people living with mental health issues in Saskatchewan. […]Continue readingCash Calendar: About The Calendar
PURCHASE INFORMATION ABOUT THE CALENDAR CALENDAR WINNERS 2019 CMHA Sask. Cash Calendar Monthly Winners! ***December Cash Calendar Winners list 2019***NEW ***November Cash Calendar Winners list 2019*** NEW October Cash Calendar Winners list 2019 September Cash Calendar Winners list 2019 August Cash Calendar Winners List 2019 July Cash Calendar Winners list 2019 June Cash […]Continue readingCash Calendar: Calendar Winners
PURCHASE INFORMATION ABOUT THE CALENDAR CALENDAR WINNERS It’s our Calendar’s 30th year! Purchase one today 🙂 Our CMHA Cash Calendar has been funding programs for 30 years now! 2020 Cash Calendars are now available for purchase all the way to January 15th, 2020! The Cash Calendar features artwork from CMHA Members and Saskatchewan […]Continue readingCash Calendar: Purchase a Calendar
ABOUT CONTACT RESOURCES GAP BLOG Helping educate and reduce the risks of gambling The Gambling Awareness Program (GAP) educates communities and groups about the facts and risks associated with traditional gambling and its modern digital offshoots. We offer FREE, fun and engaging presentations, displays, and resources for anyone in Saskatchewan! GAP has proudly been […]Continue readingGambling Awareness Program
ABOUT CONTACT RESOURCES GAP BLOG Here to help you learn about the risks of gambling… The Gambling Awareness Program was always intended to help educate Saskatchewan’s youth and general public about the potential risks associated with gambling. Gambling can be an enjoyable pastime, however, gambling can also become addictive. Today, in the digital era, […]Continue readingGAP – Blog
ABOUT CONTACT RESOURCES GAP BLOG Consider GAP your ally in reducing the risks associated with gambling in Saskatchewan Our services include: Presentations, Displays or Resources available year round Youth sessions that meet various curriculum outcomes and indicators, and explore problematic technology use as it related to gambling. Check out our GAP – Curriculum Alignment […]Continue readingGAP – Contact Us
ABOUT CONTACT RESOURCES GAP BLOG What kind of work does GAP do? The Gambling Awareness Program (GAP) offers fun and engaging presentations, displays and resources that address responsible and problem gambling. All of GAP’s services and resources are 100% free for everyone living in Saskatchewan. The Gambling Awareness Program (GAP) has proudly been a […]Continue readingGAP – Learn About Our Program
ABOUT CONTACT RESOURCES GAP BLOG Disclaimer: PLEASE NOTE The Gambling Awareness Program is first and foremost an educational resource. We are not clinicians. The resources shared in this section are not intended as endorsements, nor does GAP agree with any opinions or positions an organization in this section may have. These resources are included […]Continue readingGAP – Provincial Resources
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Healing Through Humour is a program designed to teach people living with mental illness the art of stand up comedy writing and performance. The program’s main goal is to break down barriers of discrimination and build self esteem. Students participate in an eight week instructional course in joke writing and performance taught by Humber College […]Continue readingHealing Through Humour