Rooted In Strength  (Morning workshop for adults)

Improving your mental health as a farmer or rural producer.

Monday, April 29 @ Olds College - Duncan Marshall Place

9:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Farming just isn't quite like other professions - the unique mix of home and work spaces, the involvement of all family members and for some, the isolation of rural living, present unique challenges for our mental health.

Just like physical safety on the farm, safety for your personal and your family's mental health requires skills to identify, assess and reduce the harm of poor mental health. Knowing this, we went in search of someone who could help you.

Cynthia Beck is a suicide intervention responder in rural Saskatchewan. A producer herself, she understands the stresses of farming, and realizes that mental health resources in rural areas can be limited. Her workshop focuses on what you can do to help yourself maintain better mental health. 

For more information on her workshops please click here.

Important: Registration Information

Cynthia Beck

If you are an adult registering in the full day Young Farm Workers Safety Training Workshop:  Continue on to the Workshop Information Page and register through the registration site.

If you are an adult wanting to attend this morning workshop only: Please send an email to yfwsafety@gmail.com with the names of the people attending. There is no fee associated with just attending this workshop, but we need to know who is coming!

Know safety, no injury.  No safety, know injury. 

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    General Information:
    yfwsafety@gmail.com
     
    Green Certificate Information:
    Pamala Church
    Ph: 403-507-7912
    Cell: 403-507-0434
    pchurch@oldscollege.ca