CMHA Swan Valley can provide for a minimal $25 fee (cost of course materials), anger management training utilizing the Anger Solutions™ course curriculum. This course, which also touches on communication techniques and is offered by a certified trainer through Anger Solutions™, will typically meet the requirements for court-ordered or family services mandated training. Self-referrals are […]Continue readingAnger Management
CMHA Programs and Services
The Canadian Mental Health Association provides recovery-focused programs and services for people of all ages and their families.
In January 2020, CMHA Swan Valley Branch implemented a new Learning Centre, based on a Recovery College model, at our offices in both Swan River and Dauphin. The HOPE Learning Centre (Helping Others through Peer Education), is a service available to the community in general and offers courses that touch on a variety of subjects […]Continue readingHOPE Learning Centre
CMHA provides one-on-one support to those in need of housing in order to help individuals choose, obtain and keep suitable housing. We offer housing within our apartment buildings, ECHO I and ECHO III in Dauphin, and ECHO II and ECHO IV in Swan River. These units provide emergency, transitional, and affordable housing opportunities.Continue readingHousing Support
As made available, in 8 enjoyable 90 minute sessions (1 per week), this program helps people make positive change in their lives. Participants are taught how to deal with their feelings when frustrated, worried, or feeling hopeless, and teaches skills to help tackle life’s problems. Visit the Living Life To The Full website here for […]Continue readingLiving Life to the Full
The Portable Housing Benefit program is a rent supplement accompanied by housing supports for low-income individuals with a mental health disability. Please call 204-701-0153 for more information about the Portable Housing Benefit. Community Mental Health workers can download a copy of the PHB referral form from the button below:Continue readingPortable Housing Benefit
The self-help and peer support services of CMHA exist to provide one on one support to individuals in need. We also offer a safe place to visit if you just need to talk to someone who will listen, or offer referrals to appropriate community services that might help you further with specific needs. Our purpose and […]Continue readingSelf Help & Peer Support