CMHA is now offering presentations virtually to meet the demand of our community during this time. For more details on booking a virtual presentation please contact Chalaine Senger (returning in September):
306-384-9333 (ext. 223)
When we closed our doors in March, like everyone else, we had no idea what a return to work would look like, or when we would have the opportunity to be back at CMHA.
While we worked from home, we focused on supporting the clients that we work with every week, as well as those who were calling in crisis, needing more information, or just needing someone to talk to.
We are so happy to be returning to CMHA in a small capacity. Some of our staff are now booking appointments in office with clients, with safety protocols in place. We have each decided to do what is best for us, and our families at this time.
At this time, CMHA remains open by appointment only. If you are interested in booking an in person appointment with your mental health worker please reach out to them and see what services they are currently offering.
We are in the planning stages to bring back group programming in September and October.
Wondering what to expect when you arrive at CMHA for your appointment?
Please try to arrive no earlier than your scheduled appointment time. Knock on the door, or call your mental health worker to let them know you have arrived. After reading the screening questions, we ask that you put on a mask provided by CMHA (your MH worker will be wearing one as well), and your appointment will take place in the board room, where there is space to distance.
Appointments are limited to 45 minutes, in order to have time to wipe down common surfaces and clean before the next appointment.
We want to take this time to remind you that although things may look and feel very different, our support and commitment to our community remains the same.
Please refer to the resources below for more information on COVID-19.