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Meet the New Executive Director

The Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan has a new Executive Director, Dan Sherven.

Here is Dan’s bio:

“Dan is a long term educator whose career as a teacher, in-school administrator, human resources manager and Assistant Director of Education spanned 37 years. He also spent 3 years working as an Operations Manager for a non-profit organization in the safety area. As a parent of a son who was diagnosed with schizophrenia 2 years ago, Dan is very committed to supporting families and individuals who suffer with mental illness. For the past year Dan has severed as a member of the Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan. He is very excited and committed to begin in his position as Executive Director of the Society.”

Welcome aboard Dan! If you would like to stop in and say hello to Dan, the Provincial office is located at 1311 Saskatchewan Drive in Regina.

 

Yes2Me Scholarships 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

Letter to the Minister of Health in regards to Cannabis

March 21, 2018 Honourable, Jim Reiter Minister of Health Government of Saskatchewan Dear Minister Reiter, I am writing on behalf of the Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan to express our concern regarding the upcoming legalization of cannabis in Canada. As a Society we recognize the medical benefit of cannabis, especially in the treatment of pain associatedContinue Reading

SSS Saskatoon Free Movie Night

Champions of Mental Health 2018

Saskatoon Steak Night Fundraiser 2017

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