When I started Inspire, I knew I wanted to make this organization a community organization. I knew this is how we could fill the social service and mental health gaps best. People are brilliant with knowing what works for them! And how better to do that, than inviting our community to contribute in whatever […]
We invite you to experience care and gentle yoga over 4 recharging sessions. This self-care opportunity has been developed especially for caregivers of exceptional children (of any age, and any difference).
Celebrate your strength by marching with your friends and family. The 2nd Annual Winnipeg March for Mental Health intends to raise public awareness of how common mental illness is, to normalize and validate the experiences of those people who struggle with mental differences or challenges, and to underscore the truth that no one is defined by their mental illness.
May 6th, 2017
Drop-in program using art to encourage youth to develop effective and healthy coping strategies to deal with stress.
Thursdays at MDAM (4 Fort St.), 6pm -8pm
DROP-IN Special: Experience care and gentle yoga over 2 recharging sessions.This self-care opportunity has been developed especially for caregivers of exceptional children (of any age, and any difference). $10 per session 2 Saturday Sessions – March 18 & 25, 2017
Inspire Community Outreach received $6,000 in funding from the Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund for our Get Your Art On! Program. Our Executive Director and Founder, Angela Taylor, spoke with CTV News about the funding and the impact on the Get Your Art On! Program.