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Saskatchewan Problem Gambling Helpline Website is ComingOctober 08, 2015

Saskatchewan Problem Gambling Helpline will be launching a new website in January 2016.  Watch for more details.

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MCS has a Acquired Brain Injury Case Management ProgramOctober 07, 2015

Did you know that Mobile Crisis Services, Inc. has a Acquired Brain Injury Case Management Program that provides services for individuals and families experiencing intermittent, recurring or chronic crisis associated with acquired brain injury. SGI and Ministry of Health provide the funding for this valuable program.

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Online DonationsOctober 06, 2015

You can now Donate to Mobile Crisis Services online. Mobile Crisis Services, Inc. is partnering with Canadahelps.org to accept online donations.   Whether you want to give once or give monthly your donation is appreciated. You can make your donation in honour of, in memory or in celebration of someone.  You can designate that your donation go toward services in a specific program.. And, you’ll always receive a charitable tax receipt. Please check out Programs and Services on our website to see all the valuable work our crisis workers provide.

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United Way Regina’s 2015 CampaignSeptember 15, 2015

The official launch of United Way Regina’s 2015 Campaign is on Tuesday, September 22nd. Learn how the United Way is helping to end summer learning loss and open possibility for children in our community by improving their reading and literacy skills.

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Newcomers OutreachSeptember 01, 2015

Expanding GAP's [ Gambling Awareness Program] responsible gaming education in Our Communities. Relocating one's family, in combination with cultural differences, presents Newcomers with a variety of challenges. This is why GAP wants to help reduce barriers for Newcomers to responsible gambling education.  Our team of Coordinators has been working to build new resources that will resonate with the growing Newcomer population in Canada.

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