The Honourable Dan Vandal Visits Sara Riel
Winnipeg, MB – July 13, 2021
The Honourable Dan Vandal, Minister of Northern Affairs, met with Sara Riel’s management team on July 7th, to visit
the facilities and see first-hand how the recent Federal funding of $150,000 is being used for the Seneca Warm Line.
Successful 18 Month Extension for Sara Riel’s Warm Line
Winnipeg, MB – June 8, 2021
Sara Riel is thrilled to announced that our application for Supporting Distress Centres During the Covid-19 Pandemic was successful, and our Warm Line has received $150,000 in funding under the Health Promotion – Suicide Prevention Program.
Sara Riel Promotes Self-Help Groups during Mental Health Week
Winnipeg, MB – May 5, 2021
Over the past year we have seen unprecedented levels of stress and anxiety that have challenged the mental health of many Manitobans. Sara Riel is focused on providing peer-led, self-helpgroups for individuals needing support during COVID-19.
Sara Riel Inc. Warm Line Continues
Winnipeg, MB – April 20, 2021
Sara Riel remains committed to improving the lives of adultsand has worked tirelessly to secure funding to ensure that its’24 hour, 7 day a week Warm Line continues to operate during the pandemic, a time when the need is at an all timehigh.
Sara Riel Inc. Partners for St. Boniface / St. Vital Youth Hub
Winnipeg, MB – March 18, 2021
Today Mental Health, Wellness and RecoveryMinistery, The HonourableAudrey Gordon announced that the Manitoba Government, Shared Health and a group of partners led by United Way Winnipeg are expanding Integrated Youth Services (IYS) in Manitoba by awarding five additional Youth Hub sites
Mental Health and Addiction Supports for Manitobans
Winnipeg, MB – February 25, 2021
Sara Riel Inc. remains committed to improving the lives of adults living with mental illness and addiction through providing voluntary programs and services in a community-based setting.
Province Expands Safe at Home Manitoba Programming
Winnipeg, MB – February 23, 2021
“As a community mental health and addictions agency, Sara Riel is very pleased to be supported by the Province of Manitoba and the Stay at Home program. Manitobans are to be commended for their efforts in keeping each other safe, yet we recognize isolation leads to increased restlessness.”