CMHA branches across Manitoba offer a variety of services. Our services are informed by CMHA’s Framework for Support and the recovery model as a basis for working with people with mental health illnesses and challenges.
BounceBack® is a free, evidence-based skill-building program designed to help adults and youth 13+ manage low mood, mild to moderate depression, anxiety, stress, or worries. Delivered over the phone, participants are given access to a BounceBack® Coach who will guide and support them as they learn new coping skills to better manage their mood through self-help materials based off of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy Principles.
For more information, please visit bouncebackmb.ca.
BounceBack® is not a counselling or crisis resource. If you are in crisis or need to speak to someone right away Call the Klinic Crisis Line at 1-888-322-3019 Toll-Free 24 HRS
- Supported Self-management is a low-intensity intervention, where you learn to manage your mood better
- BounceBack® uses over-the-phone coaching to help you get the most out of the materials
You are eligible for BounceBack® if you are:
- 15 years of age or older and living in Canada
- Already connected to a primary care provider (physician or nurse) or psychiatrist
- Mild to moderate depression, with or without anxiety
- Not a risk of harming self or others
- Do not have a personality disorder
- Have not had a manic episode or psychosis in the last six months
- Capable of engaging with and concentrating on materials
- Not significantly using drugs or alcohol to the extent that it would impact engagement in CBT treatment
- Learn to manage your mood
- Learn coping skills to deal with stress
- Access the program from home
- Complete the program more than once at your own pace with your BounceBack® Coach
- It’s free!
Turning Pages is a six consecutive week classroom-based CBTm program offered throughout the year.
Turning Pages is offered in a hybrid delivery model where participants can choose to take the course online or in-person at 930 Portage Avenue.
The program costs $50 per person (fee waivers available based on need).
OSI-Can is a program for front-line responders such as those who work in emergency medical services, firefighters, police services, corrections, etc.
To find out if you qualify to participate in OSI-CAN support groups please call Sheryl at 204-982-6100 or email at email@example.com
No, all groups are open to new members, please feel free to drop in anytime.
We offer both in-person and online support groups. Below is our current support groups we offer.
Tuesdays – Online Group for families
6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Join Zoom Meting:
Meeting ID: 988 5195 1820
Tuesdays – Winnipeg South In-Person Group
St. Norbert Community Centre
3450 Pembina Hwy.
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Thursdays – Winnipeg West In-Person Group
St. Andrews Church Meeting Hall (located on the east side of the parking lot)
2700 Portage Avenue
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm