Author Archives: Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan

Yes2Me Scholarship 2018

Through the “Yes 2 Me” Scholarship Program, the Otsuka-Lundbeck Alliance and the Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan are celebrating the efforts of young people living with mental illness by rewarding them with an incentive to pursue their educational goals and confidently build a better self for their bright future ahead. 2 scholarships in the amount ofContinue Reading

35th Anniversary AGM & Awards

U of S Husky Conner Berglof raises $3000 for Partnership Program

Check out this great article on U of S Husky Offensive Lineman Conner Berglof`s haircut and fundraiser, where he raises $3000 for the Partnership Program! CLICK HERE TO VIEW

Caring & Sharing 2017


Government of Canada Announces Mental Wellness Help Line for Indigenous Peoples

The First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line provides culturally competent support 24/7. Click here for more information.

DISC Media Release

DISC calls on provincial government to cancel changes to programs that will impact people with disabilities REGINA – The Saskatchewan Disability Income Support Coalition (DISC) today called upon the provincial government to cancel its proposed changes to reduce benefits for people with disabilities. Last month the Ministry of Social Services announced that it would removeContinue Reading

Stronger Together – 2016 Walk


Champions for Mental Health Picture Gallery

Here are the images from Champions For Mental Health With Sheldon Kennedy! If you wish to puchase a print from the event visit: (Ryan has provided a discount for us, just be sure to select the right option.) Together we raised over $25,000. Thank-you!    

All Candidates Forum – SAID

Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan in the Media

The Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan in the Media Partnership Program member Krystal Reid and Partnership Program Coordinator Curtis Harman appeared on Brett Francis’s Not Broken Radio Canada show. Listen to the episode to hear Krystal talk about her journey with bipolar disorder, and to hear Curtis discuss the Partnership Program.   CLICK HERE to watchContinue Reading