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The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted individuals and communities on multiple levels. It is normal to feel stress and anxiety during these uncertain times.

The Pikiskwetan Program is a free virtual mental health program designed to help adults and youth 16+ that may be struggling with managing low mood levels, anxiety, stress or any feelings you are struggling with. Our Mental Health Navigators offer a non-judgemental space for individuals to express what they are currently experiencing, culturally based peer-supports, and keep you connected to resources around our community.

If you are struggling with mental health or addictions, looking for assistance with connecting to cultural supports or in overcoming barriers, please select ‘Register’ at the bottom of this page to fill out and submit the short questionnaire. From there, one of our Mental Health Navigators will be contacting you within 24 hours.

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Mental Health & Addictions Support Groups
Hosted by Elder Loretta Parenteau-English

Groups Run Every Second Wednesday at 7PM

Dates:

  • November 10th
  • November 24th

Limited Space Available. Please email pikiskwetan@gmail.com to register.

For More information contact the Pikiskwetan Program Co-ordinator Claudia Fuentes:


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Residential School Healing Circle Support Group

Rotary Community Room GP Public Library

Open to the community every 2nd Wednesday 7:00pm to 8:30pm

Groups will be held online until further notice.

Dates:

  • November 3rd
  • November 17th

In light of the continued discoveries at former Residential Schools our community has been significantly impacted. Please join us as part of our Traditional Healing Garden Project. Survivors andc ommunity can come together to listen and heal with time spent creating our faceless dolls to honour the children found.

Limited Space Available. Please email pikiskwetan@gmail.com to register.

For More information contact the Pikiskwetan Program Co-ordinator Claudia Fuentes: