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Mental Health & Addictions
Child and Youth Services

GROUP PROGRAMS

Phone: 306-691-6464      
Fax: 306-691-6461

55 Diefenbaker Drive
Moose Jaw, SK  S6J 0C2

Group programs provided by C & Y Services staff include a variety of parenting support (i.e. Incredible Years and Parenting Anxious Children).  Other group services are provided according to service demand.

• Assessments
• Early Social Skills Program
• Family Outreach
• Group Programs
• Health Promotion
• KidsFirst
• High School Based Services
• Suicide Intervention
• Autism Spectrum Disorder

Referrals to groups are made through Centralized Intake at 306-691-6464. Clients may refer themselves or be referred by their physician or other agency.

 

Parenting Your Anxious Child Workhop is a 3 week, 1.5 hour, workshop designed to assist parents of children aged 6-12 years of age who are struggling with symptoms of anxiety. The workshop, delivered four times a year, offers parents psycho-education on anxiety and specifically with information on how to manage body symptoms, challenging unhelpful thoughts and exposure. This workshop is for parents and caregivers only. No childcare is available for these sessions.

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The Equip, Educate and Empowering Parents (E3) Workshop is a 3 week, two hour workshop offered to parents who may be struggling with their teens on a variety of issues such as drugs, alcohol, anger and family conflict. The workshop will provide information on communication styles, healthy boundaries, handling stress, family dynamics as well as how to support, love and understand you’re teen. This workshop is for parents and caregivers only. No childcare is provided for these sessions.

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Beyond the Label is a 4 week course designed for parents of children and adolescents diagnosed with mental health related disorders such as ADHD, autism, anxiety and depression. The workshop provides information on grief and self-care, managing stress and caring for the family, medication and treatment options, strategies, along with resources and how to navigate the system.