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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.

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  • 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 
Participants are given access to a trained BounceBack® Community Coach that will support them in learning new skills to improve their mental health in up to six telephone sessions over three to six months. Coaches offer support in helping participants stay on track with the program materials, and to make plans to support the changes they want to see.   
No, BounceBack® is an online mental health coaching service completed over the phone! 

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  

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 

Passcode: 249016 


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 

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