Grief Support & Counselling

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

GRIEF SUPPORT GROUPS

Is your daily function slowly improving since your loss? Do you want want to better understand your grief, process your grief feelings, discuss your grief with others and/or enlarge your circle of support? We can help.

 

There is no charge to attend the group sessions. If you wish to make a donation to Caring Hearts to support our programming, please click here

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Grief & Loss Peer Support Group

Tuesdays, January 6 - 27, 2022
7 PM - 8 PM

 

A facilitated four-week peer support group with Greg. Sometimes it's just nice to have someone to talk with to share how you are feeling so you don't have to face grief alone.

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Healing After Suicide Loss
In-person Support Group 

Tuesdays, January 11 - February 15, 2022
7 PM - 8 PM at 2310 Smith Street, Regina

 

All participants will receive an Adult Grief Journal available for pickup. There is no charge to attend this group.
VIEW WEEKLY OUTLINE HERE

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Sharing & Healing Circle (In-person)

Wednesday, November 3 - December 8, 2021
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

 

The Sharing and Healing Circle will be hosted by Elder Lorna Standingready. The Sharing and Healing Circle will consist of 6 weeks of sharing, and the seventh week will be a feast. This Sharing and Healing Circle is for you if you are dealing with any form of grief, loss, trauma, and intergenerational trauma, and are wanting to participate in an Indigenous traditional healing practice. Indigenous and non-Indigenous participants are welcome.

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Sunday Seniors Craft & Chat

Dates and times coming soon. 

Grief is difficult alone. Are you a senior that has recently experienced a loss of a loved one? Grief and loss are part of life and the life stages. We mourn many things as we age including adjustment to physical change and loss. Losing a spouse and family member can and will be a life altering event. Connection helps: Join Renee Fesser registered Social Worker at Joshua Tree Learning Centre, for support and activity connecting with others. Location: 208-3988 Albert Street.

Hope for the Holidays Online EVENT

Thursday, December 9, 2021 from 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

For more information about our Support Groups, please contact us.

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Children & Youth Groups

This year we are excited to offer a wide-range of daytime age-specific programs with the team of psychologists and professional counsellors at the Joshua Tree Learning Centre. 


Summer of 2021 Youth Program Details including registration

September 11 or 12 Fall Camp at Double T Ranch

Individual Counselling for Families of Missing Persons

Are you struggling with grief such as sleeping difficulties, self-care, guilt or anger, for example, where those symptoms are impacting daily function? 

Caring Hearts provides individual counselling to individuals and families who are coping with grief and loss associated with missing persons and assists with referrals to other agencies to best meet needs. 

To request more information email now

Sharing Circles 

The Caring Hearts team, including Elder Lorna Standingready works with families and community care providers during sharing circles that take place in community.

 

Start Date postpned - Sharing and Healing Circle - Seven week in person circle Wednesdays November 3 - December 8, 2021 from 6:30-8:30 at 2310 Smith St, Regina.

 

The Sharing and Healing Circle will be hosted by Elder Lorna Standingready. The Sharing and Healing Circle will consist of 6 weeks of sharing, and the seventh week will be a feast. This Sharing and Healing Circle is for you if you are dealing with any form of grief, loss, trauma, and intergenerational trauma, and are wanting to participate in an Indigenous traditional healing practice. Indigenous and non-Indigenous participants are welcome.

VIEW WEEKLY OUTLINE

 

For more information email now.

Those wishing to participate in the sharing circle are invited to learn more about them by viewing the videos below: