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Mental Health Education

CMHA Rosetown is thrilled to offer in-person presentations on Mental Health topics such as Anxiety, Depression, Coping Skills, Resilience, Healthy Relationships and Healthy Communication.  Information is sourced from the archives of Hope Learning Centre of CMHA SK Division.  Carmen Ledding is a keynote speaker and facilitator for Hope Learning Centre.  For more information on pricing or booking for your public or private event, please contact Carmen at [email protected]

Virtual Classes With Hope Learning Centre (CMHA SK Division)

Empower yourself by learning more about your mental health.  We teach a range of topics from Adulting 101, ADHD 101, Body Image, Building Better Boundaries, Female Empowerment, and new this year, Understanding Grief and Loss.  To register go to

Parent Support Group

Parenting children who need additional mental health supports is an exhausting task.  Sometimes parents need to know that they are not alone.  Now meeting twice a month (1st and 3rd Thursday of the month, 6:30-8 PM) with others who share lived experience to discuss challenging behaviours and parenting successes.  When available, we have presentations from knowledgeable professionals who can help.  To register go to:

For more information, email [email protected].

Caregiver Support Group (in conjunction with Alzheimer’s Society of Saskatchewan)

Caring for a loved one who lives with dementia or palliative cancer can be an overwhelming and isolating experience for patients, caregivers and families. We are here to help.  Join and support other community members on the same journey every frist and third Thursday of the month,10-1130am. To register, please email [email protected] or call (306) 882-1232.

Community Service Program

Did you know that CMHA Rosetown is the Community Service Agent for Rosetown and Biggar?

What exactly does that mean? That means that we coordinate volunteer hours for people in our community who are committed to reaching their community service hours required by the courts.

FACT: We only work with low-risk individuals.
FACT: Individuals contact us to start the process, so they are already committed to meet their goals.
FACT: Volunteer activities are things like physical labour, manning the gate at the sports grounds rather than supervision or providing transportation of other people.
FACT: Volunteers are always supervised.

If you or your service organization have questions or volunteer opportunities please contact me at (306) 882-1232.

Thank you Rosetown and Biggar!! You can enrich our communities with your help!

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