Hi, my name is Michael, and I am the Peer Support Outreach Worker for MDAM in the Interlake Region of Manitoba. Included in the Interlake region are the towns of Arborg, East St. Paul, Gimli,
Selkirk, St. Andrews, St. Clements, St. Laurent, Stonewall, West St. Paul, and Woodlands Area.
As a Peer Support Outreach Worker, I can provide one-on-one peer support, facilitate peer support groups, or give presentations in workplaces, non-profit groups or in schools about mood disorders.
If you are struggling with your mental health, looking for resources, or would like to book a presentation or one-on-one peer support session, please email email@example.com.
Tea & Tales – Selkirk *On Hold*
Interlake-Eastman Peer Support
This is a “coffee and conversation” support group for women experiencing mood disorders, low mood, or the frustrations and concerns of Covid-19. It is a group of women helping women through sisterhood and connection. This group does not meet on statutory holidays. (No charge for this group)
10:00am to 11:00am
Facilitator: SusanLAUNCH ONLINE MEETING
In person, held at The Gordon Howard Centre, 384 Eveline St., Selkirk, MB
No registration required.
*ON HOLD DURING SUMMER MONTHS*
12:00 pm - 2:30pm
This group is open to anyone in the Interlake-Eastman area. This is a mixed group so all genders are welcome!
6:30 - 7:30 pm
Facilitator: MichaelLAUNCH ONLINE MEETING
Introducing: Our New WRAP Program
This FREE 6-week online program teaches you how to take control of your mental health.
These classes teach you how to design your own personal WRAP.
These sessions are led by trained individuals who have struggled with their own mental health and are well on their way to recovery.
WRAP classes will teach you how to incorporate the five fundamental recovery concepts into your daily life. The 6 – 8 sessions will cover some of the following topics:
- Creating a Crisis Plan
- Early Warning Signs
- Five Key Concepts of Recovery
- Identifying My Triggers
- Creating a Daily Maintenance Plan
Interested in volunteering in the Central Region?