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Women’s

We provide education, assistance, coping techniques, and support for women struggling with mental health issues. We offer a 6-week Women’s ...

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Indigenous

The Mood Disorder Association of Manitoba offers Indigenous programming and services. The online talking circle gives people a chance to ...

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Men’s

We build meaningful relationships and provide a space where men can open up and share about their experiences. We offer ...

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Youth

MDAM together with United Way presents the youth program. This program particularly caters to youth who are affected by mood ...

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Mixed

Are you a senior? A newcomer to Canada? Indigenous? Part of the LGBTQIA2S+ community?  You’ve come to the right place!  ...

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387 peer support group sessions were offered throughout the year.

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MDAM connected with 20,249 clients through our programs and services.

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In 2021, MDAM conducted 8,053 1-on-1 peer support sessions.

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In 2021, MDAM helped 63,000 people.

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In 2021, MDAM provided support and resources to 11,059 people by phone.

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Become a Member

The annual membership fee is $15. The membership year is from April 1st to March 31st.

Paid membership provides the right to attend and have voting privileges at the Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba (MDAM) Annual General Meeting. It also entitles the members to receive our e-newsletter, and the right to have their name submitted for consideration as a member of the Board ofDirectors.

If you would like to renew or apply for membership fill out the attached form and email, to: info@moodmb.ca, or drop off at 4 Fort Street, Winnipeg.

Become a member!

I attended a support group ran and organized by MDAM. My mother was recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and my already fragile mental state slowly started to show more cracks. The group welcomed me with open arms and helped walk me through what to expect since it was my first time joining the group. Everyone in attendance was lovely, helpful, and made the session really feel like a safe place. The first step was scary but I highly recommend attending a meeting and see what it is all about! – M.C.

Upcoming
Events

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CALM Event

MDAM Prairie Mountain has a SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: join us for 4 FREE in-person events taking place in Brandon, MB.   …

Event

May 6, 2024 12:00 am

Mental Health Awareness Week

May 6 – 12, 2024 As part of Mental Health Awareness Week 2024, we will be talking about various mood …

Event Fundraiser

March 14, 2024 5:00 pm

Find Your Inner Queen

Find your inner queen in this fun activity-based peer support session. Discover how to make a zip tie crown that’s …