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Temporary relocation

Temporary relocation

You might notice some locked doors in the upcoming weeks at Francis Street, but rest assured that your counsellors can still be reached in alternative locations. Work is being done to replace the building heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system at Francis Street starting on September 17th and l hopefully wrapping up on October 7th. The Ehrlo Counselling Services team will be…

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11th year of pro bono services

11th year of pro bono services

We are pleased to announce that the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation’s (SSCF) Anonymous Donor Fund has provided Ehrlo Counselling Services (ECS) with $50,000 for the 11th year. The funds will be used to provide pro-bono counselling for high-risk, vulnerable people in the community who require care for their mental health but are not able to afford to pay for these services.…

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Ehrlo Counselling continues the journey toward truth and reconciliation

Ehrlo Counselling continues the journey toward truth and reconciliation

Ehrlo Counselling continues the journey toward truth and reconciliation On Thursday the team at Ehrlo Counselling Services took the next step in their journey towards truth and reconciliation. Elders and helpers After inviting Saulteaux Elder Alvin Kequatooway from Sakamay First Nation and Cree Elder Sam Isaac from Ochapowace First Nation and helpers George Kequatooway and Aaron Kaye, the…

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Ongoing work to support Awasiw

Ongoing work to support Awasiw

During National Truth and Reconciliation Day this past September, $405 was raised for Awasiw at the All Nations Hope Network. This is part of Ehrlo Counselling Services (ECS) ongoing work to support the organization and warm-up centre, which provides shelter and food security to people who are marginalized in Regina. This past spring, ECS staff volunteered their time and made bagged lunches at…

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10 years of donation for pro-bono counselling

10 years of donation for pro-bono counselling

We are pleased to announce that once again Ehrlo Counselling Services (ECS) has received $50,000 from the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation’s Anonymous Donor’s Fund. This is the 10th year the fund has supported pro-bono counselling. “We are so appreciative of this wonderful donation for Ehrlo Counselling services,” Natashia Schoenroth, director of Ehrlo Counselling…

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Expressing True Colours online

Expressing True Colours online

You know what they say – when one door closes, another opens. This has exactly been the case for the Ehrlo Counselling True Colours group, which is a space for LGBTQ2S+ (lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, queer, and two-spirit) youth to discuss important issues that matter to them. Despite COVID-19 closing in-person meetings, virtual sessions have allowed youth from across…

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Staff volunteering

Staff volunteering

During the past few months, our staff at Ehrlo Counselling volunteered their time at the warmup centre at Awasiw: A Place of Hope, to give back and help people who are marginalized in the Regina community. Volunteering has also allowed staff to receive a broader understanding of the community's needs.

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Donation for pro-bono counselling

Donation for pro-bono counselling

Ehrlo Counselling Services (ECS) has once again received $50,000 from the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation’s Anonymous Donor’s Fund. “Because of this funding support we have been able to provide services to those most in need in our community,” Natashia Schoenroth, director of Ehrlo Counselling Services. The funds will be used for pro-bono counselling for high…

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Update to services at Ehrlo Counselling

Update to services at Ehrlo Counselling

Ehrlo Counselling Services continues to take proactive measures in stopping the spread of Covid-19 by offering an online and telephone format for counselling.  We recognize, however, the importance of providing in-person essential support and services.  Our clinicians will be working with their clients on determining the most effective means by which to provide service.   Thank…

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Ehrlo Counselling's COVID-19 response

Ehrlo Counselling's COVID-19 response

We are all trying to do our part to limit and slow down the spread of COVID-19. Here at the Ehrlo Counselling office, we are committed to thorough and frequent cleaning of our facilities. Our staff are following proper handwashing and other hygienic procedures.  We are also asking that all of our clients take precautions when coming to see us. Please wash your hands when you enter the…

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Self-care for the next generation

Self-care for the next generation

Ehrlo Counselling Service’s Amanda DeMarsh knows the importance of self-care. In the helping professions that make up the majority of our agency, self-care is paramount. “We have to be strong and healthy to help the people we’re helping in the best way possible,” Amanda said. With that in mind, Amanda is helping the next generation by conducting a workshop entitled…

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Donation helps vulnerable individuals

Donation helps vulnerable individuals

Ehrlo Counselling Services (ECS) was again the recipient of an extremely generous donation from the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation’s Anonymous Donor Fund. The $50,000 donation will be used by ECS to provide pro-bono counselling sessions to high risk, vulnerable individuals who have the least access but the most need for services. “At Ehrlo Counselling, we see a continued…

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True Colours receives donation

True Colours receives donation

Ehrlo Counselling’s True Colours youth group recently received some donations that will make a real difference in their ability to continue to provide valuable services to youth in the community. Farm Credit Canada’s Pride Committee chose True Colours to receive a $500 donation. The cheque was presented by Elizabeth Bailey and Iza Parker of FCC on August 1st. “We were glad to…

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Surprised and honoured

Surprised and honoured

Ehrlo Counselling’s Shelley Tamaki has spent six years providing outreach services to the community of Pheasant Rump Nakota First Nation, located approximately two hours southeast of Regina. “Outreach counselling is important because there are situations where people simply are unable to come into our offices,” she explained. “There are so many obstacles that can prevent…

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Youth group receives grant

Youth group receives grant

Ehrlo Counselling Service’s True Colours youth group has received a $5,000 grant from the Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation.   Founded in 2015, the group allows youth ages 11 to 16 a safe space to discuss topics or raise questions related to sexual orientation or gender identity. It is open to youth who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, or are Questioning…

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