The group (Anxiety/depression) was the happiest I have been all week. Talking with people who are going through the same struggles as me and receiving help made my day. It gave me hope.
The Mood Disorder Association of Manitoba offers Indigenous programming and services. The online talking circle gives people a chance to offload any stress and concerns in a traditional setting. The talking circle starts with a smudge and ends with a tobacco offering. MDAM also has a Monday Morning Smudge to start the work week off in a good way with a clear mind streamed live over Facebook. MDAM also offers one on one support through a traditional lens for individuals who need a space to breathe, decompress, and be heard.
List of Program/Services:
- Indigenous Talking Circle: On hold.
- Morning Smudge: Every Monday, 9:00 am.
One-on-One Peer Support:
You can book a one-on-one peer support session (online/in person) with our Indigenous Program Coordinator.
Indigenous Program Coordinator