Programs open to the public

Best
Weight

Learn how to put your health first and get simple advice on eating right, staying active, and forming habits that can affect your weight and keep you healthy.

Dream On:
CBT for Insomnia

Are you finding it hard to get to sleep? This non-medication approach can help you get your sleep back.

Families in TRANSition
(youth)

Explore your identity and self-expression, healthy relationships, and mental health. Parents/caregivers: join a group that runs at the same time.

Families in TRANSition (parents/caregivers)

Learn how to support your child and improve your relationship with them. Youth: join a group that runs at the same time.


Gender
Journeys

Safe space for people age 16+ who are just starting their journey of transition to discuss questions about gender identity and finding where they belong.

Heart
Health

Discover what can affect your heart health and how you can lower your chances of having a heart attack or stroke.

Leave the Pack Behind:
Tools to Quit Smoking

Learn about the physical and mental parts of nicotine addiction, methods to help you stop smoking, and medication that can help you quit for good.

PLACEHOLDER: SWSM programs


PLACEHOLDER: SWSM

PLACEHOLDER: SWSM

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PLACEHOLDER: SWSM

Let’s Talk About
Driving

For older adults, people living with dementia or mild cognitive impairment, and their family and friends.


Powerful Tools for
Caregivers

Caregivers, learn to look after yourselves, manage stress, improve self-confidence and communication, and find balance. Hear about valuable community resources too.

Prenatal Information
Group

Interactive sessions where our health professionals share information about physical, mental and emotional changes that may happen during your pregnancy.

Steady and
Strong

Learn the importance of preventing falls so you can stay safe and independent in your own home.

Sweet Talk: Managing your Blood Sugars

Learn how to change your health habits to better control your blood sugar and reduce the risk of complications associated with diabetes.


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