Partners in Mental Health and Well-being Programs

Mental Health Drop-In Centre Day Program (MHDIC)

The MHDIC program provides a common location for individuals experiencing mental illness or mental illness symptoms to drop in and participate in a variety of programs. The program offers life skills, employment readiness, volunteer placements, social and recreational activities.

The Afterhours Group (TAG)

The TAG program provides evening and weekend recreational activities to meet the needs of individuals living with mental illness who have other daytime commitments. A monthly calendar is circulated that highlights community events and activities providing clients with a chance to meet friends and be active in the community.

Y.O.R. Wellness

Y.O.R. Wellness offers individualized outreach support to youth ages 12 to 22 who are experiencing mental health challenges. Supports are customized, goal orientated, person centred, and solution focused. Y.O.R. gives parents and caregivers support by providing respite and relief to reduce burnout and improve overall family functioning.

Peer Support Group

The Peer Support Group is open to anyone who may be experiencing personal or work-related stress, anxiety, or other mental health barriers. This group promotes a comfortable setting where individuals can meet others in similar circumstances and gain support. This group meets on the first and third Thursday of every month.

Peer Support Program

The Peer Support Program runs in partnership with the Saskatchewan Health Authority. Peer Support is provided by people who have their own shared lived experience of mental health and/or addiction challenges, provides clients with extra support and understanding as they work toward a goal on their recovery journey.

Partners in Mental Health and Well-being Personal and Professional Development Services

The Family Recovery Journey

The Family Recovery Journey is a program through the Schizophrenia Society of Canada that provides strategies for managing the impact of Psychosis and Schizophrenia on the family.

Lego Therapy Group

Coming Soon! Lego Therapy Group will be facilitated by trained PMHWB staff for youth ages 12 to 22. Lego Therapy group will promote communication, social skills, well-being, team work and so much more!

safeTALK Training

safeTALK Training is a three-hour session about suicide alertness that teaches the four basic steps to create a life-saving connection. This training increases participants confidence in asking people about suicide directly, connecting them to life-saving resources and keeping them safe until those resources take over.

Annual Mental Health Conference

This annual conference gives attendees the opportunity to listen to skilled presenters who are passionate about mental health and sharing their experiences.  These talented professionals offer a sense of hope, new skills and strategies, and confidence to our attendees focusing on resiliency, stress management, and mental health in the workplace.  The goal of our conference is to provide community members the opportunity to learn, understand, and develop strategies for working through their challenges but also having the tools to support their family, friends, and co-workers.

For more information about these programs, please contact:

Yorkton Branch

162 Ball Road, Box 5011
Yorkton, SK  S3N 3Z4
1.833.444.4126 306.782.7844
Mon-Fri8:00am - 4:00pm