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Youth-led Mental Health Programs

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Service Description

Jack Talks offer mental health presentations delivered by two trained youth speakers who use personal stories and mental health knowledge to educate their peers and normalize conversations. Jack Talks speakers inform young people about the foundations of mental health, strategies to take care of their own mental health, and how to be there for someone who might be struggling.
Talks can be delivered in a variety of formats and delivery methods for schools, community groups, or anywhere youth aged 15 – 24 may gather. Visit the website or email for more information, to speak to a Talks Coordinator, or to book a talk.

Jack Chapters are youth-led mental health communities that plan activities and initiatives to address barriers to positive mental health in their community. staff coach and support Jack Chapters all across Canada. Click here to view the Chapters program overview.


Youth aged 15 - 24

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Coverage Area

Fort Qu'Appelle, Weyburn, Saskatchewan

Languages Offered

English, French – Weyburn Comprehensive School


629 King Street
Weyburn SK  S4H 2S5

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Location Info

Fax: 306-842-5594

Business Line: 306-842-7494


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