A safe space for individuals to come together and support one another on a drop-in basis.
Trained staff offer support and information to the public 12 hours a day, seven days a week.
Facilitated by trained staff, peer groups follow a set structure, offering consistency and positive reinforcement of living within recovery.
These workshops focus on a variety of topics and skills including wellness planning, crisis planning, self-care, attitudes, and boundaries.
Designed to complement traditional therapies, individual peer support is offered in a flexible, welcoming community setting.
Family group focuses on the needs of the family member (including family of choice) as they support a loved one with mental health and addictions issues.
In partnership with Regional Health Authorities, peer support is a formal part of single-session, walk in clinics, allowing individuals access to timely peer support and clinical supports.
Ever expanding, peer support is now delivered in a variety of locations within our communities including during public events as well as at hospitals and places of work.