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We are currently providing all services virtually. Please call Monday-Friday 10am – 2pm or email us anytime.

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Attend a free virtually hosted event via Zoom. Find an event that suits your schedule and/or invite a loved one.


We're always looking for volunteer family counsellors, peer supporters, hands to sort/recycle bottles, and more.

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What We Do

MHRP provides services for people with mental illness, regardless of their diagnosis, and the people who care about them.

Approximately two-thirds of the people that we serve have schizophrenia or psychosis or a loved one with schizophrenia or psychosis, and one third have a mood disorder (bipolar disorder or major depression) or a loved one that does.

We also provide service to people with anxiety, borderline personality disorder, and other disorders. Sometimes people do not have a diagnosis but are behaving in a way that leads others to believe that they have a mental illness. We can assist in this situation with support, information and strategies to connect with resources. We provide service to people who have a mental illness with or without a substance use issue (concurrent disorder or dual diagnosis).

​Strengthening Families Together

​Strengthening Families Together

Strengthening Families Together is a 10-week course for families and friends of people with mental illness. ​The curriculum focuses on three major psychiatric disorders (schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and major depression), emphasizing the […]

Support Groups

Support Groups

MHRP Victoria offers support groups for family and friends of people with a mental illness. All support groups are offered free of charge.  No referral or registration is required.   Support […]

Peer Support

Peer Support

A trained and knowledgeable worker can provide practical suggestions and ideas, hope, empathy and support, and information about mental illness and recovery. The emphasis is on self-care, stress management and […]

Family Counselling

Family Counselling

The Family Counselling Program provides short-term counselling for people with a family member with a mental illness. The goal is to assist families to gain the knowledge, skills and resources […]

Friendly Caller Project

Friendly Caller Project

Once a week receive a call from a volunteer. Call 250-384-4225 Mon-Fri between 10-2 to sign yourself up to get a friendly call


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