Event sample

Oct
26
Mon
Family & Friends Drop-in Group @ Alberta Health Services
Oct 26 @ 6:15 pm – 8:15 pm
Family & Friends Drop-in Group @ Alberta Health Services

A group for those affected by someone else’s alcohol/drug use or gambling. Meetings are held in the first floor Aberdeen Center every Monday from 6:00 – 8:00pm.

For more information please call 780-538-6330.

Men’s Talk @ Resource Center for Suicide Prevention
Oct 26 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Men's Talk @ Resource Center for Suicide Prevention

Resource Centre for Suicide Prevention is dedicated to offering mental health support to our community. In order to expand our services and reach new demographics we have chosen to expand our support services. As part of this expansion of service, we will be offering a second support group for men called Men’s Talk.

This group will be in addition to our current Wednesday evening group and will provide more structured support with a therapeutic focus with a registered social worker. This group has a therapy focus so participants will be required to register with the facilitator to attend and complete an intake.

Please register to attend by visiting the Resource Centre for Suicide Prevention website

Oct
27
Tue
Mens Night @ Grande Prairie Friendship Center
Oct 27 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Mens Night @ Grande Prairie Friendship Center

Healing starts with reaching out for support. Free trauma informed Men’s Night facilitated by Al Crawford! Age 13+

To register contact Al @ 780 891 8154 or e-mail crawfordalysis@gmail.com

Women’s Support Group @ Pace Community Support, Sexual Assault and Trauma Centre
Oct 27 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Women's Support Group @ Pace Community Support, Sexual Assault and Trauma Centre

A safe place where women come to support each other.

Women’s Support Group provides an opportunity for women to debrief about their week, receive support with interpersonal issues, learn about healthy relationships, taking care of self, and recognizing boundaries.

Facilitated by a skilled professional, such as a therapist, social worker, or crisis intervention worker, the group is flexible to the participants’ needs in order to help them develop skills and resiliency in facing life’s challenges.
Who can attend Women’s Support Group?

This is a support group for women in the Grande Prairie region who are experiencing difficulties in their lives. Pace uses an inclusive definition of woman, that includes trans and gender-queer women. This is an open group and does not require that you be a client of Pace.

What can be expected at Group meetings?

This group has a psycho-educational component. Using a traditional method of group sharing by moving through the circle in a clockwise direction, women are invited to introduce themselves, speak to their lives and circumstances, and express any concerns or issues they may be facing. Topics for group discussion may be chosen based on specific requests from members of the group, or they may be based on themes that emerge based on group participation. The facilitator may provide information, education, and resources to the group around each chosen topic.

Tuesdays 6:30PM– 8:30PM at the Pace office

Please use glass doors on west side of building

This is a free drop-in service. No referrals, registration or ongoing commitment is required.

Program Coordinator:

candace@pacecentre.com

Recovery & Relapse Prevention Drop-in Group @ Alberta Health Services - Northern Addictions Centre
Oct 27 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Recovery & Relapse Prevention Drop-in Group @ Alberta Health Services - Northern Addictions Centre

A group for adults to discuss recovery issues and concerns. Meetings are held at the Northern Addictions Centre (11333-106 Street) every Tuesday from 7:30 – 8:30pm.

Oct
28
Wed
Men’s Support Group @ Resource Center for Suicide Prevention
Oct 28 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Men's Support Group @ Resource Center for Suicide Prevention

The Men’s Support Group is for men who have experienced loss and are struggling to cope.

Oct
29
Thu
Walk-in Counselling @ Addiction & Mental Health Services
Oct 29 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Walk-in Counselling @ Addiction & Mental Health Services

Feeling overwhelmed?

Not sure what to do?

Needing more than friend to talk to?

Single session counselling may be right for you.

Nov
2
Mon
Family & Friends Drop-in Group @ Alberta Health Services
Nov 2 @ 6:15 pm – 8:15 pm
Family & Friends Drop-in Group @ Alberta Health Services

A group for those affected by someone else’s alcohol/drug use or gambling. Meetings are held in the first floor Aberdeen Center every Monday from 6:00 – 8:00pm.

For more information please call 780-538-6330.

Men’s Talk @ Resource Center for Suicide Prevention
Nov 2 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Men's Talk @ Resource Center for Suicide Prevention

Resource Centre for Suicide Prevention is dedicated to offering mental health support to our community. In order to expand our services and reach new demographics we have chosen to expand our support services. As part of this expansion of service, we will be offering a second support group for men called Men’s Talk.

This group will be in addition to our current Wednesday evening group and will provide more structured support with a therapeutic focus with a registered social worker. This group has a therapy focus so participants will be required to register with the facilitator to attend and complete an intake.

Please register to attend by visiting the Resource Centre for Suicide Prevention website

Nov
3
Tue
Women’s Support Group @ Pace Community Support, Sexual Assault and Trauma Centre
Nov 3 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Women's Support Group @ Pace Community Support, Sexual Assault and Trauma Centre

A safe place where women come to support each other.

Women’s Support Group provides an opportunity for women to debrief about their week, receive support with interpersonal issues, learn about healthy relationships, taking care of self, and recognizing boundaries.

Facilitated by a skilled professional, such as a therapist, social worker, or crisis intervention worker, the group is flexible to the participants’ needs in order to help them develop skills and resiliency in facing life’s challenges.
Who can attend Women’s Support Group?

This is a support group for women in the Grande Prairie region who are experiencing difficulties in their lives. Pace uses an inclusive definition of woman, that includes trans and gender-queer women. This is an open group and does not require that you be a client of Pace.

What can be expected at Group meetings?

This group has a psycho-educational component. Using a traditional method of group sharing by moving through the circle in a clockwise direction, women are invited to introduce themselves, speak to their lives and circumstances, and express any concerns or issues they may be facing. Topics for group discussion may be chosen based on specific requests from members of the group, or they may be based on themes that emerge based on group participation. The facilitator may provide information, education, and resources to the group around each chosen topic.

Tuesdays 6:30PM– 8:30PM at the Pace office

Please use glass doors on west side of building

This is a free drop-in service. No referrals, registration or ongoing commitment is required.

Program Coordinator:

candace@pacecentre.com