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Y Mind

Are you feeling mild or moderate anxiety? Do you feel isolated? We are here to help!

Mental Health Programming for Teens and Youth

Y Mind programs offer teens and youth support for those who are experiencing mild to moderate anxiety or stress. Y Mind participants learn evidence-based coping skills based on Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), mindfulness, and self-compassion, and connect with peers who are experiencing similar thoughts and feelings.

Y Mind is free to attend and doesn’t require a professional referral. Those interested in learning more can refer themselves. 

Please fill out your contact details below, and a representative from the Y Mind program will contact you with more details on the program. Please note that Y Mind is not available in all areas and we will strive to provide virtual options whenever possible.

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Y Mind Teen

Y Mind Teen is a free seven week mental wellness program delivered across Saskatchewan. This program supports teens ages 13 to 18 who are experiencing symptoms of mild-to-moderate anxiety or stress. Participants learn and practice evidence-based strategies to help manage anxiety.
 
Y Mind Teen is led by trained mental health professionals and gives teens the chance to connect with peers who are experiencing similar thoughts and feelings. All participants receive a free book, workbook and YMCA membership for up to 14 weeks. Made possible through our funding partners.
If you would like us to get in touch with more information, please fill out the contact form at the bottom of this page. Alternatively, you can contact us directly at mhw@ymcasaskatoon.org.

Y Mind Youth

If you are aged 18 to 30 and struggling with mild-to-moderate anxiety or stress, this group is for you. Y Mind Youth is a free seven-week mental wellness program delivered across Saskatchewan. Anxiety can impact our lives by preventing us from doing what we want or need to do. It can also be an isolating experience.
 
This free program brings young people who have similar thoughts and feelings together. Participants learn evidence-based skills from trained mental health professionals and report feeling reduced anxiety, increased well-being and feeling less alone following the program. All participants receive a free book, workbook and YMCA membership for up to 14 weeks. Made possible through our funding partners.
If you would like us to get in touch with more information, please fill out the contact form at the bottom of this page. Alternatively, you can contact us directly at mhw@ymcasaskatoon.org.

Referral Form

Please completely fill out the form below and we will be in contact.

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