Family Matters Peer Support and Recovery Program
Family members are a pivotal support team when it comes to addressing the mental health needs and addiction challenges of a loved one. However, a family member can experience their own stress and confusion while dealing with the mental issues of their loved ones.
To assist you, our Family Matters Peer Support and Recovery Program uses evidence-based recovery strategies in the following areas:
- Clinical support services for family members between the ages of 16 – 65 challenged with complex mental health and addiction needs
- Educational resources for family members
- Recovery programs for family members
- Peer support groups
- One-on-one family peer support
- Psycho-educational programs
- System navigation
- Support networks
- Community outreach
Early Intervention Program
Our Early Intervention Program is for youth and young adults ages 14 to 35, and their families, who have an early diagnosis of psychosis. Hope + Me also offers support for other issues such as addiction, substance misuse, or dual diagnosis. You do not need to have a formal diagnosis to register.
For further information on this program, an excellent resource is our Changing Minds With Youth website! Changing Minds With Youth is a comprehensive mental health program for transition-aged youth. You’ll find our website offers a variety of helpful resources to educate and assist youth in navigating their mental illness diagnosis.
Visit our informative website at:ChangingMindsWithYouth.ca