Together We Give Hope

Taking Action for Our Mental Health

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By Lu Ripley, Director of Community Learning and Engagement

With the latest news of enhanced public health measures, strategies to manage uncertainty and change are becoming increasingly vital.  Crisis Centre programs provide easy and practical strategies that you can easily incorporate into your life. Great for individuals and staff teams.

Upcoming sessions:

Tools for Managing Stress and Burnout – 6-week course, self-paced.  Join the current session or the May/June session.  Group rates available – ideal for staff teams.

Skillfully Responding to Distress – trauma-informed de-escalation to respond to people in distress.  Upcoming dates: Saturday, April 10, Friday, April 30, May 12.  Register here.

ASIST Tune Up (online) – for those who have previously taken ASIST and want to refresh their skills, join the Tune-up on Thursday, April 29th.  Register here. 

Living Works Start (online) – self-paced introduction to suicide response. Register here.

Learn more about our online programs aimed at helping us support others, and ourselves, during these most unprecedented times.  Submit an inquiry here.