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 personal awareness.

Participants are matched with a Family Peer Support Worker who can meet with them up to 10 times, at a mutually agreed upon time and place, or by telephone.  The service is confidential and can be tailored to suit your needs.  

Contact us or call our office at 250-384-4225 to find out more or get involved.