In The News

Tantalus Wellspring Society expands mental health support for youth – June 19, 2024

Following the successful pilot program, the Tantalus Wellspring Society has announced reopening its intakes for a crucial mental health and wellness initiative to support youth and their families in the Sea to Sky region.

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New program from Squamish charity aims to improve mental health – April 23, 2023

Squamish charity Tantalus Wellspring Society is launching another initiative to improve the mental health of Sea to Sky folks.

The Squamish-based organization aims to make wellness available to everyone at an accessible cost.

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Squamish organization partners with others to reduce costs for activities- January 21, 2023

A local organization has launched a project to help people access activities supporting mental and physical wellness.

The Tantalus Wellspring Society has launched a community initiative called The Collaboration Project. The society has partnered with local businesses and services to reduce costs so that more people can access the programming.

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Paddleboard and learn about the incredible cultural history of Atl’Kitsem – July 23, 2022

Tantalus Wellspring Society, with the generous support of Squamish Savings, has partnered with Norm Hann Expeditions to offer two opportunities for people to get out on the water on paddleboards and learn about the incredible cultural history of Atl’Kitsem (Howe Sound), the traditional waters and territory of the Squamish First Nations.

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Help to brighten any smile – February 15, 2017

It is one thing to know dental care is important, it is another thing altogether to be able to access affordable dental care.

The Tantalus Wellspring Society, a not-for-profit organization that aims to bring affordable wellness services to Squamish residents, is offering a free dental seminar on Tuesday, Feb. 21 at the Squamish Public Library.

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Care for those who need it – January 17, 2017

The local not-for-profit Tantalus Wellspring Society is continuing its mission to bring affordable mental and wellbeing services to Squamish residents with a series of workshops for those who may not otherwise be able to access the care they need.

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They’re making a difference – Squamish Chief, November 11, 2015

You would expect that a small group of people meeting regularly to ensure people get the help they need are paid employees of a government-funded agency.

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DEPRESSED IN PARADISE – THE SQUAMISH CHIEF, NOVEMBER 12, 2015

JULIA BRESALIER AND HER GROUP WANT TO ENSURE THAT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE TO EVERYONE IN SQUAMISH

It’s possible to be sad, even in a paradise like Squamish, surrounded by mountains, ocean and fresh air.

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