Are you struggling with alcohol use/substance use? Or do you have a history of trauma?

‘SEEKING SAFETY’ is a program offered to treat individuals who struggle with alcohol use/substance use and have a history of trauma. It’s about learning skills to cope and move forward with their lives. Tuesdays Jan. 17 to March 21, 10 am – 12 pm. This service is free (covered by MSP).

Interested individuals will need to call the 310-MHSU line to do a brief intake assessment to attend. It is continuous intake, meaning that individuals can start attending sessions at any point as long as they go through the intake process.

Contact Lisa Robic at or:
Lindsey Jensen at

Know someone who needs to travel to medical care far from home?

Know someone who needs to travel to medical care far from home? Hope Air is Canada’s only national charity providing free travel, accommodations and travel support for Canadians in financial need who must access medical care far from home.

Since its inception in 1986, Hope Air has provided more than 160,000 travel arrangements for patients regardless of age or medical need.

For people living on a low income in small and rural communities, distance and cost are very real barriers to them accessing vital medical care. Hope Air is a unique and essential part of our Canadian healthcare system. Without the access Hope Air provides, our national system of universal healthcare coverage would fall short of its promise.

To learn more, visit Video: Henry & Bristol’s Hope Air Journey – YouTube