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About Us

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From Our Hearts to Yours

Caring Hearts offers counselling and education programs for families as well as agencies to support those struggling to cope with loss. Caring Hearts is working with provincial and federal government in support of the Missing Persons and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in Saskatchewan. 


To support our community in navigating grief, loss, and trauma through counselling, mental health supports, and education.


A community where everyone is cared for through their journey of grief, loss, and trauma.


Inclusivity – Accessibility – Respect - Compassion


Caring Hearts partners with experienced and trusted counsellors to support your journey with grief and loss.


Our counsellors are registered with Non-Insured Health benefits (NIHB) as well as Indian Day School, Indian Residential School and MMIWG2S mental health services to help remove financial barriers to support.  


We also provide extensive support for the loved ones of missing persons and those coping with traumatic losses such as suicide, overdose and other forms of loss. 


We provide a trauma-informed space and work to ensure everyone feels safe throughout their grief and loss journey. 

Caring Hearts Board of Directors 

We have a volunteer Board of Directors who kindly provide their time. Board members come from a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences, who are interested in helping our organization grow. 
Board members are responsible for the effective governance of the organization, if you are interested in joining the Caring Hearts Board of Directors, please contact us at: 

2023-24 Board of Directors 

Aaron Spelliscy - Board Chair 

Kasiani Agioritis

Nolan Bespalko

Whitney Beug

Mark Hillmer

Nicole Krupski

Karissa McBride

Bill McConkey

Adrian Summers 

Kristi Yee

A Little History

Caring Hearts was established as a non-profit charity in 1983 under the name Regina Palliative Care Inc. (RPCI) At this time, funds were raised to help support the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region's Palliative Care Unit/Greystone Bereavement Centre as well as the ten-bed facility at Regina Wascana Grace Hospice.

In 2018, we changed our name from the Regina Palliative Care Greystone Bereavement Centre to Caring Hearts allowing Caring Hearts as a step towards expanding support across the province. Our new name was in honor of our amazing Caring Hearts Grief Camp for Children and Youth and to this day, we continue to provide grief and loss support, education and a place of comfort in difficult times. 

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