Programs & Support


Recreation Group

This group is designed for people with the lived experience of mental illness to encourage social interaction and create strong support networks. A variety of activities are offered. Please call Gloria at 306 374 2224 or email [email protected]  for more information or to register.


Meet the Resident Psychiatrist

Dr. Peluola
Friday’s from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
1311 Saskatchewan Drive
Available to anyone, including clients, volunteers, family members, and staff.
Will answer questions about illnesses, medication, support, education, and guidance.
Please note that Dr. Sahanan does not prescribe medication.

Regina Schizophrenia Consumer Support Group

This group meets from 7:00 to 8:00 PM on the first Wednesday of every month at the Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan office, located at 1311 Saskatchewan Drive, Regina.

For more information call (306) 584-2620.

Peer Support – Maria Alvarez

Maria Alvarez is a person with lived experience who has a mental illness she can offer hope and help negotiate the mental health system for family members or those who have a mental illness. She is in the office Tuesday and Thursday afternoons and can be contacted by phone at (306)-584-0755 or by email at [email protected]




Your Recovery Journey – Meaning, Management, and Medication

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Your Recovery Journey is a peer to peer group program based on the experiences of people who have a mental illness, who know there is hope, and who are well and doing the things they want with their lives. The program offers 10 free interactive weekly sessions, each ninety minutes long, and all facilitated by people in recovery who can give you valuable information that will help you on your recovery journey. You’ll also learn how to find peer support and build new life skills.

The program is designed for any person with mental illness, regardless of their diagnosis or stage of recovery, who would like to find support and explore the various aspects of recovery. Different mental illnesses have different symptoms, courses of illness and treatments, but the recovery journey is able work within this framework. Using a variety of formats, including presentation, interactive exercises, and structured activities, the program guides participants towards their goals of establishing and maintaining wellness.

For more information and locations of sessions in your area, please call: 306-584-2620.


Strengthening Families Together – Helping Canadians Live with Mental Illness

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Strengthening Families together is a 9 session education and support program for family members and friends of individuals with serious and persistent mental illnesses. The program provides support by allowing families and friends the opportunity to discuss the daily challenges they face and learn how to connect with others in similar circumstances. Participants get reliable and consistent information about mental illness, treatment options, causes, research, and available mental health services, in hopes of diminishing the stigma attached to diagnosis. Families are also equipped with problem solving, coping, and advocacy and communication skills, and the know-how to develop their own support network.

For more information and locations of sessions in your area, please call: 306-584-2620.