Entries by Carissa Trenton

87th AGM

Our Mission Family Service Regina strengthens individuals, families and communities through responsive leadership and innovative programs and services. Our Vision Family Service Regina envisions a safe, inclusive and vibrant community in which all people are resilient, confident, and filled with hope. The President and Board of Directors of Family Service Regina Cordially invite you to […]

Great Canadian Giving Challenge

This June we’re challenging you to get charitable as part of the #GivingChallengeCA ! Every dollar donated until Canada Day automatically enters us to win $10,000. Which will allow us to extend our walk-in counselling hours. This would impact an additional 210 individuals, families or children who’re in need of immediate support. How are you getting charitable […]

Free Walk-in Counselling

One in five Canadians will experience a mental illness throughout their lifetime. Thrive Walk-In Counselling is breaking barriers to accessible mental health services with no fee required.   REGINA, January 9, 2018 – Thrive Walk-In Counselling has officially launched at two Regina Public Library locations, allowing Family Service Regina to expand their mental health services. […]

Jukebox Mania 2017

The 2017 10th Annual Celebration of Jukebox Mania held in Regina raised the most money in event history- bringing the ten-year total for the event to over $167,000. This unique event took place at The Turvey Centre on Friday, September 15, 2017, and brought together local Law Enforcement, local Celebrities, and the public. Funds raised […]

86th Annual General Meeting

The President and Board of Directors of Family Service Regina Cordially invite you to attend the 86th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Meeting to start @ 8:00 AM, Thursday, June 22, 2017 Doors open at 7:30 AM, Breakfast to follow At Family Service Regina – Suite 200, 1440 Broadway Avenue Please RSVP by Wednesday June 14, 2017 […]

Resilience- Gianna, 42

“When someone isn’t treating you right, no matter how much you love them, you’ve got to love yourself more and walk away because nothing changes until something changes. I’ve survived both parental and partner violence and trauma. I’ve become an expert at re-starting my life. I used to be hard on myself about it, thinking […]