Nine Circles’ Health Promotion Programs help people build strategies to live well and improve their health. Workshops and programming are offered to Nine Circles clients and clients of the Manitoba HIV Program at 705 Broadway, unless otherwise specified.
The following is a list of our general programming. We also have programming exclusively for people living with HIV. To find out what’s on in the coming month, have a look at our monthly calendar of events. Call 204-940-6000 with questions or contact the Health Promotion Coordinator.
Get Better Together!
Get Better Together! is a six-week program that teaches skills to live better with ongoing health conditions. We explore the symptoms and struggles that people deal with in their daily lives, and problem solve ways to achieve goals despite barriers. Offered several times a year. Registration required.
What’s Your Goal?
What’s Your Goal is a group dedicated to helping you reach your goals by setting your own personal action plan. We brainstorm ideas, share successes and check in on our progress. Offered the first Friday of every month. Drop-ins welcome.
Aboriginal Cultural Support Programming
Join us for various Aboriginal cultural activities including drumming and singing, language lessons, smudging, and storytelling. We also celebrate the change of seasons with a feast. Offered on various days throughout the month. Drop-ins welcome.
Thinking about making changes in the way you live? At Feeling Better we use a harm reduction approach to talk about making changes and dealing with life’s constant changes. Offered most Wednesdays throughout the year. Drop-ins welcome.
Monthly Mental Health
Once a month our mental health therapists host a group on a special topic. Past topics have included aromatherapy, journaling, managing change, and the benefits of music. Check the monthly calendar of events for current topics. Offered one Wednesday a month. Registration sometimes required.
Seeking Resilience is a 4 week closed group for clients who have experienced any type of trauma and have been impacted by that trauma. Our focus is on learning skills to cope with flashbacks, memories, substance use and emotions. Women’s sessions and men’s sessions are held separately. Offered a couple times per year. Registration required; a short interview may be requested.