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Join us for fun, interactive programs and classes that promote healthy living. 

Our instructors are trained in a variety of disciplines to help participants learn practical and effective ways to care for their bodies and their minds. Explore our offerings below!

Wednesday, February 28, 2024

6:30pm to 8:30pm

Virtual Attendance

RCC Co-operative Members Event (Virtual)

Member only event!
If you are not a member, please visit our BECOME MEMBER page.

Dear Members,
Please join us for our virtual event.
We are pleased to feature Dr. Janet Tootoosis as our keynote speaker.
A question and answer period with Dr. Tootoosis will follow her presentation.
There will be a general question and answer period for our members to ask questions about the clinic.
A link to join virtually will be sent to you the day prior to the event

Dr. Tootoosis BSc, MD, CCFP, FCFP
Vice-Dean of Indigenous Health, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan

Dr. Tootoosis is the senior leader in the College for all matters relating to Indigenous health and engagement strategies. She is accountable for the creation and implementation of the core foundations to launch the Division of Indigenous Health and position the College of Medicine in a place of prominence to achieve its long-term Indigenous strategies.

As Vice-Dean, she aims to bring awareness of the barriers that are faced by not only Indigenous individuals to medical communities but also marginalized individuals such as those with disabilities and those who are new to Canada. She seeks to implement changes in medical care through polices founded upon diversity and inclusion. Dr. Tootoosis hails from Poundmaker Cree Nation and continues to care for her patients in her medical practice in North Battleford.

Requirements: Membership to our healthcare co-operative: Community Health Association (Regina) Limited

Target group: Members and those who would like to invest in a membership

Fall 2023 TBD Monday’s & Tuesdays, the 1st and 3rd week on the month Please see details below.

6:00pm to 8:00pm

1106 Winnipeg Street

Children's and Adolescents' Groups

*This program is made possible through funding by Access Communications Children's Fund.*

We recognize that there is a gap in accessibility to adolescent mental health, specifically group programs.
In collaboration with a Registered Nurse and Social Worker, this program's goal is to provide a safe and supportive environment for adolescents. They will have an opportunity to discover and celebrate themselves and what they are capable of as individuals . Our hope is that this will allow them to feel comfortable in their identity, their skills, and empower them to walk through this ever changing world with ease.

To explore their possibilities, each month we will be focusing on a theme.
Each group session will consist of a check-in, discussion of theme, an engaging activity and meaningful interactions in a small group. Potential activities we will explore include; art, cooking, games, etc. Each participant will be provided with a journals, which they may use however their heart desires.
Please follow the link to register or reach out the the clinic, as there is limited space at this time.
Note- If the session is full, you can be added to the wait list.

January - Dare to Dream
February- All you need is Love
March- Free Your Mind

All groups meet 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

Goddess- 10 Participants
(Girls group- ages 14-17yrs)

January 8 & 22
Feb 5 & 19
March 4 & 18

Peanuts- 8 participants
(Co-ed mix- ages 8-10yrs)

Jan 9
Feb 6
March 5

Tween- 10 participants
(Girls group- ages 11-13 yrs)

January 15 (CANCELLED) *Will be offered on January 23rd
February 12
March 11

Requirements: Online Registration

Target group: children and adolescents

Upcoming Clinics: February 16 and 20; March 22, 2024

Clinic hours- BY APPOINTMENT

1106 Winnipeg Street

Registration not required

Foot Care (Fee for Service)

Medical foot care by Megan Newmans.
Call Megan directly to book an appointment and for information on her fees.
306 313 0385

*The clinic does not schedule Meagan's appointments.

Thank you!

Requirements: BY APPOINTMENT - CALL MEGAN 306 313 0385

Target group: adults

August 2023 to August 2024 (Every third Wednesday)

6:30pm to 8:30pm

1106 Winnipeg Street


Facilitator: John Mitchell, Registered Psychiatric Nurse (RPN, RN, BSN, MSc)
The group meets once monthly, every 3rd Wednesday evening, 6:30 to 8:30.
No fee.

Requirements: Registration (pending approval of facilitator)

Begins on Wednesday, December 13th (held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month)

7:00 pm to 8:00pm

1106 Winnipeg Street, Classroom area on the 2nd Floor (accessible by stairs or elevator)

Grief Solace Circle

Grief Solace Circle is a support group for adults who are grieving.

We offer support for all types of loss including major life changes, loss of relationships, death of a loved one, loss of a job, or loss of health, as some examples. We offer a support circle where people feel safe to share their experiences and feelings as well as offer tools to help people process their grief.

This group offers a place where there is permission to grieve.

The group will meet once monthly and is free of charge.
Held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month: 7:00pm to 8:00pm
**all registration applications are private and confidential**

Wanda Gronhovd is a grief facilitator, retired nurse and author. She worked in palliative care for
many years and leads grief workshops and retreats.

Requirements: Online Registration

Target group: adults

Held weekly on Wednesdays beginning September 13th, 2023

2:30pm to 4:00pm

1106 Winnipeg Street

Seniors Coffee: Chat and Check In

This group is offered by our Counselling and Lifestyles Department
Held weekly on Wednesdays from 2:30pm to 4:00pm

Group highlights:
Social connection, games, wellness topics, healthy snacks and beverages, and opportunities to meet other seniors.
Guest speakers will featured once a month.

The Regina Community Clinic gratefully  acknowledges the financial support of the G. Murray and Edna Forbes Foundation Fund at the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation, which is a public foundation serving the people of South Saskatchewan.  The SSCF builds permanently endowed charitable funds for the changing need and opportunities of the community and provides grants to the eligible charitable organizations and qualified donees  in Animal Welfare, Arts and Culture, Community Development, Education and Scholarships, Environmental Health, Social Services, Spiritual, and Sports and Recreation sectors.

Requirements: 55 years and older

Target group: 55 years and older