Richard Nasedkin has lived in Grande Prairie for 25 years. He is married and has four grown children and two teenagers at home. Richard is very passionate about Mental Health, particularly men’s health and the disadvantages to finding quality and timely assistance for those living in the north. Richard has volunteered with Suicide Prevention’s Men at Risk program, the local Alberta Teachers’ Association and his children’s swim club.
“The Men’s Support Group is exactly what it says it is: Men supporting Men. There is a lot of experience and advice around the table on any given night. It’s not group therapy, it’s like a book club for men . . . and you don’t have to read a book to join.”