Scholarships & Subsidies
Reyou brings a peacebuilding and social justice approach to mental wellness through conscious and ethical entrepreneurship.
Our mission is to help people live intentional life stories that positively impact their self-confidence, deepen their resilience, improve their relationships, and enhance their mental wellness and well-being.
At subsidized and scholarship rates, we offer up to 1/3 of our program spaces to single mothers, BIPOC, and other underrepresented identities. This means qualifying individuals would pay only a portion of the posted rate for the selected program or nothing at all.
Why do we do this? Single-parent households, BIPOC, disabled, and other identities are often left out of programs and practices that offer quality and sustainable approaches to preventative mental care. Yet, they are overrepresented in mental illness reports and evidence higher levels of inter-generational trauma.
We believe that learning about mental health awareness, mindfulness, resilience, and personal conflict transformation is key to unlocking better states of mental wellness and well-being. We know that learning is never one-and-done. Learning is a continuous practice of nurturing connectedness with ourselves and others. When we learn, we try to do better. When we try to do better we teach others. When we teach others we create a new cycle.
Accessing a Scholarship or Subsidized Rate for our Programs and Events.
Who is eligible: We offer partial or full funding for select programs and events for the following individuals:
- Single mothers who live within 75 km of Pinawa, MB and fall within a particular income bracket.
- Female and female-identified individuals who identify as BIPOC or have a temporary or permanent mental or physical disability and fall within a particular income bracket.
Personal information safety: We do not require proof of income, tax or medical information from any of our applicants.
Confidentiality: We do not distinguish clients who access subsidized and scholarship spaces in any of our workshop or event communications.
Applications are assessed on a case-by-case basis. There are no limits to the number of applications an individual can submit; however, if an applicant receives subsidy or scholarship support, they may become ineligible for additional support for a period of up to 90 days.
Please follow these steps to access an available scholarship or subsidized rate for one of our programs.
1. Identify the Reyou program or event you wish to enroll in. You can view all available programs and dates here: Reyou Programs and Events.
2. Complete the Subsidy and Scholarship Application form. You can find the application form here: Application Form.
3. If your application is approved, we will provide you with information about the approved subsidy rate or scholarship and instructions on registering. You will then have up to seven days to complete your registration for the selected program.
If you have questions, please feel free to contact us.