About Our Programs

The programs we offer are evidence-based, and peer facilitated by individuals with lived experience. This means that our programs are facilitated by individuals who are living with a mental health condition or have a family member living with a condition. The participants can learn and grow from one another and feel validated in the fact that they are not alone.

Our peer programs for those who have been diagnosed or have signs and symptoms of a mental health condition. These programs are a great way for those wanting to enhance coping skills and learn from others in shared experience. Click here to join our program waitlist.

Principles of Support:

  • We will see the individual first, not the illness.
  • We recognize that mental illnesses are medical illnesses that may have environmental triggers.
  • We understand that mental illnesses are traumatic events.
  • We aim for better coping skills.
  • We find strength in sharing experiences.
  • We reject stigma and do not tolerate discrimination.
  • We won’t judge anyone’s pain as less than our own.
  • We forgive ourselves and reject guilt.
  • We embrace humor as healthy.
  • We accept we cannot solve all problems.
  • We expect a better future in a realistic way.
  • We will never give up hope.