Peer Support and Services in the Interlake Region

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Book a One-on-One

Available every Thursday from 5 PM - 8 PM. No Cost. Online and phone appointments available 

Contact: Interlake@moodmb.ca

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Presentation & Workshop Requests

If you are interested in scheduling a presentation on mental health or peer support, please fill out the Presentation Request Form

Completed forms may be emailed to Request.

CURRENT: Online Peer Support:

Please note that while in-person peer support has been temporarily put on hold, online peer support groups are running. For information and attendance, please click here.

Peer Support Groups

Coming soon. 

Shae Jensen, Peer Support Worker, Interlake Region, Manitoba

I was born and raised in rural St. Andrews and went to school in Selkirk. As a youth, I joined many of the local extracurricular activities, such as dance, soccer, swimming, and volleyball. After attending university in Saskatchewan, I moved back to Manitoba, and have been living in rural St. Andrews ever since. I have spent many years mentoring and working with marginalized youth in the setting of Saskatchewan’s northern wilderness. I believe that being in a natural and remote environment fosters a safe and nonjudgmental atmosphere for youth to explore their mental health and help to establish new, healthy coping mechanisms.

Through MDAM, I aspire to support our community’s most vulnerable populations including youth and teens, women, and those struggling with trauma resulting from all areas of abuse.

My goal is to help empower our community through peer support!

Volunteering:

Interested in volunteering in the Interlake Region? Please click here to apply.

Interlake Region Contact

Contact: 
Shae Jensen
interlake@moodmb.ca

Interlake Crisis Phone List

All Rural Farm and Rural Stress Line: 866-367-3276

Interlake: 866-427-8628