The Bronson Centre was established in 1996 as a non-profit registered charity. Located on Bronson Avenue in the former Immaculata High School building, the Bronson Centre is a community of caring people who offer support and encouragement to each other and to those they serve.
The Laundry Co-op provides affordable laundry services to low-income residents of Ottawa – currently serving over 300 active members. The Co-op also has a community economic development (CED) program that provides laundry services to local clients at competitive rates, while providing many members a chance to gain work experience and job skills.
Looking for information on where to get help in Ottawa? Looking to find out about what mental health events are happening? Welcome to eMentalHealth.ca, Ottawa's online Mental Health Resource List and Events Calendar.
Family Services à la famille Ottawa is a community agency, grounded in a history of responding to the needs of people in our community.We work with individuals, communities, and families in all their forms, who are currently in distress or at risk. We assist people to build on their strengths and move forward by providing counselling, education, and advocacy within a context of systemic change.
The Millennium Learning Centres are small user-friendly centres where you can learn to use computers and the Internet, get help from trained volunteers or simply use the computer and Internet facilities in a welcoming and supportive atmosphere. The Centres are located in community health and resource centres and community sites throughout the Ottawa area.
The Art Studio is a unique partnership between artists who live with mental illness, mental health professionals, and the arts community. The studio offers a safe creative space where artists living with mental illness can pursue their art, which otherwise might be limited by their illness or the poverty with which mental illness is often associated.
As a nation-wide, voluntary organization, the Canadian Mental Health Association promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness. The CMHA accomplishes this mission through advocacy, education, research and service.
A community-based, non-profit agency that provides a range of employment and educational programs and other supports to persons with mental illness and other disabilities, and those who are homeless or at risk of becoming so.
Mental Health Support Network and Long-Term Care funded agency which provides support and services within Hastings and Prince Edward Counties to individuals who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness or who have experienced difficulties with mental illness.
Mood Disorders Ottawa (MDO) Mutual Support Group is for all who have experienced mood disorders, their families, friends and others interested in mutual support for people affected by mood disorders. Our goals are to help one another cope, to provide information about mood disorders, and to foster public awareness.
Originally, there was an Eastern Region Network (ERN) struck, in the early 1990s by local CSIs, to provide support to consumer/survivor initiatives (CSI) in the Champlain and South Eastern Ontario districts. The goal was to bring CSIs together to share information, resources and to offer organizational and peer support.
Recovery, Inc. is a self-help mental health program based on the ground breaking work of our founder a neuropsychiatrist, the late Abraham A. Low, M.D. We are non-profit, non-sectarian and completely member managed. Recovery Inc., has been active since 1937 and we have groups meeting every week around the world.