Update as of Monday, October 16: We have been informed today that it will be an estimated 1-2 weeks before the elevator will be up and running. Again, we apologize for the inconvenience during this time. If you are personally affected by this, please see below for telephone […]
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This year, we are celebrating the Halloween festivities with a dance on Friday, October 27 at the Twin Forks Community Centre, located at 1475 Gary Avenue. The location is bus accessible along the 301 Lasalle Madison route. Feel free to dress up in costume; don't forget your dancing shoes!
Thanks to grant funding from the 2017 Bell Let's Talk Community Fund, NISA is pleased to be offering Alternatives to Suicide Facilitation Training for people who openly identify as suicide attempt survivors or as having struggled significantly with thoughts of ending their lives. We have spots still available for community members of local organizations.
This week is all about actively engaging with others on all issues related to mental health awareness and advocacy. See below for what is happening each day at NISA! Get involved for your own well-being, as well as for the benefit of others!
NISA's first big fundraiser of the year, the 2nd Annual Yogathon for Mental Health, is happening on Sunday, April 2, from 8am-1pm at the Caruso Club. Designed to be accessible for all experience levels and a community and mental health-building day, this will be a wonderful wellness-oriented event for all. Click here for all the details!
Here at NISA we are helping to mark, honour, and celebrate International Women's Week March 6-10. On the schedule, and open to the public, are a Writing Workshop, Baking, a Women's Talk, and a full-day Women's Introduction to our technology-focused Northern Computer Recycling Depot program.
This week, NISA is thrilled to be offering FREE spoken word writing workshops geared to anyone looking to develop new creative approaches to (poetry) writing, and comfort and skills in performance art. The workshops will be run by Tanya Neumeyer, a mental health peer with 10 years experience in writing and teaching poetry. Click here for all the details on registering now for this special event.