Turning Pages is a community-based mental health program offered in partnership with the University of Manitoba for adults 50 – 70 years.  

Turning pages is rooted in evidence and best practice to help support and improve the mental health symptoms of older adults.

Core components of the Turning Pages program include providing education, opportunities for skill building (cognitive behavioural therapy with mindfulness), peer support, and meaningful connections to community resources.

The next 6 week sesssion begins May 29, 2018 from 2-4 pm  and is offered at the Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba (100-4 Fort St.).

The program is now at a cost of $40 for the full 6 weeks.

Check out the latest CBC News article on Turning Pages here.

Check out the latest CTV News video clip on Turning Pages here & here.

To register for Turning Pages visit eventbrite.ca.

Also, visit our store for Turning Pages merchanise. All proceeds donated to the Turning Pages Program.