28 Nov
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Donate To The Turning Leaf Christmas Dinner!

Turning Leaf Community Support Services is a nonprofit charitable organization who provides crisis and treatment services for people living with intellectual challenges and mental illness. We are also the only organization who helps those who have fallen through the cracks in our system. This is why we need to fundraise, and we need your help. […]

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24 Nov
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Saskatchewan Board Members Needed!

Turning Leaf is looking for board of director candidates in Saskatchewan Turning Leaf Community Support Services (Inc.) is a non-profit, treatment based organization that provides crisis intervention, counselling, and treatment services to those living with intellectual challenge and mental illness. About the board The Turning Leaf Board of Directors operates under a governance model and […]

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17 Nov
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Winnipeg Volunteers Needed!

Winnipeg volunteers needed by Turning Leaf Community Support Services this holiday season! Would you like to help make a difference in the lives of Manitoba’s most vulnerable people? Turning Leaf has a lot of volunteer opportunities and we would be delighted to have you! Volunteers are critical to the programs and services that we provide. We […]

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15 Nov
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Turning Leaf in Winnipeg Santa Claus Parade!

Last week was very busy for the crew from Turning Leaf as we prepared our very first float entry for the 107th Winnipeg Santa Claus Parade! Participating in community events is an excellent way to raise awareness while also offering a great team-building opportunity and a fun family event for our staff. Sponsors For Our Winnipeg Santa Claus […]

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11 Nov
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Manitoba’s Little Big Shots Finalists!

After careful consideration, the selection committee has chosen the Manitoba’s Little Big Shots Finalists to perform live on the big stage at The Metropolitan Entertainment Centre on Sunday, November 20 from 1:00 – 5:00 pm! Congratulations to our 1st Annual Manitoba’s Little Big Shots Finalists! Mikhaila Charies Navoa, 6 year old singer Jayden Guevara, 3 […]

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27 Oct
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We Lost One. A Tribute To ‘Brian’

Last evening, crisis team members attended the home of “Brian” in Winnipeg’s West End. After no one responded to the team’s knocking, emergency services were contacted for a well-being check. Shortly after Winnipeg Fire Service and Winnipeg City Police attended and gained access to the home, our team was informed that Brian had passed away. […]

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14 Oct
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Introducing Manitoba’s Little Big Shots!

  The team at Turning Leaf Community Support Services is excited to announce our newest fundraising event – The 1st Annual Manitoba’s Little Big Shots! The event will be hosted by local comedians Big Daddy Tazz and Jon Ljungberg who will entertain us along with the talented kids selected as finalists to perform on the big stage at The Metropolitan Entertainment […]

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06 Oct
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Thanksgiving With Turning Leaf

One of the things we strive to do at Turning Leaf is to provide a sense of community and family with our participants. We make a special effort to celebrate the holidays with our staff and the people we serve – and we are rewarded ten-fold! There’s really no way to accurately describe how rewarding […]

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03 Oct
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Suicide Note Criticizes Mental Health Care

This post is written in response to the story written about Jaedra Winter who died by suicide on June 19, 2015 “Melissa, I’m so sorry. I had no idea. I wish we, this community, could have done more”. That’s what I want to say if I meet Melissa Winter. On June 19, 2015, her teenage […]

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07 Jun
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Barkley Engel On The Attack Of Jackie Healey

Earlier this week, Red River College student Jackie Healey (23 years old) was viciously beaten by two residents of Selkirk Behavioural Health Foundation. She was working a practicum

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