FAMILY PEER SUPPORT SERVICES 

We support family and friends of people experiencing mental health and/or addiction challenges. No referral is required; our services are free. Person supported must be 16+. 

Support Group

FAMILY PEER SUPPORT GROUP

For friends and family of people experiencing mental health and/or addiction challenges. The atmosphere is very relaxing, supportive and non-judgmental. 

 

Every second week we offer various discussion topics such as communication strategies, boundaries, codependency, letting go of control etc. See calendar of topics for 2022 ...

MONDAYS 6:30-8:30 PM (Online) except for 1st Monday of each month (In Person)

Working from Home

TELEPHONE AND EMAIL FAMILY PEER SUPPORT

Please email or leave a phone message if you wish to speak with Family Peer Support Worker. We will get back to you shortly.

 

We work Mon-Fri and our hours are flexible.

 

Here is the contact info: Beata Z. beataz@pso-ottawa.ca, 613-567-4379 ext. 123 or Sean D. seand@pso-ottawa.ca, 613-567-4379 ext. 221

THANK YOU!

Study Group

FAMILY WELLNESS RECOVERY ACTION PLAN (FAMILY WRAP)

Family WRAP® is an eight-week in person self-help workshop based on the original Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP®) program.

 

This workshop is designed for caregivers and supporters of people with mental health and/or addiction challenges.

 

Together we create a solid self-care plan to look after our own, and to contribute to our family’s wellness.

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FAMILY SUPPORT eNEWSLETTER

Would you like to be the first to know what's happening in the mental health community in Ottawa and the region?

 

We offer monthly Family Support eNewsletter that includes community resources, workshops, events, information about what's going on at PSO and other mental health organizations, wellness tips and strategies and much more …

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FAMILY DIALOGUE ABOUT COMMUNICATION 

An eight-week online workshop designed for family members and friends of people with mental health and/or addiction challenges, who would like to explore mutually beneficial ways of interacting with others.

 

Participants practice communication strategies using role plays based on real life scenarios.