A trained and knowledgeable peer supporter can provide empathy, support and hope, information about mental health and recovery and practical suggestions and ideas. The emphasis is on setting goals, tools for recovery and personal awareness.  We also provide family peer support.

Participants are matched with a Peer Supporter who can meet with them up to 12 times, at a mutually agreed upon time and place.  (Please note that due to Covid restrictions, meetings will take place on Zoom or over the phone until further notice).  
Contact us or call our Peer Support line at (250) 880-4471 to find out more or get involved.

2 Responses

  1. I like the expression lived experience. I don’t mind sharing my diagnose.
    I was diagnosed in 1986 by Dr Arnot. Thank you for your time.

  2. Thanks John for your time and consideration. I did appreciate the time taken. Best wishes. Ciska

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