Download our current virtual and in person peer support meetings schedule below.
Online Peer Support Room will be launched 5 minutes prior to the group meeting time.
*Please note that groups do not operate on statutory and government holidays*
Peer Support Groups
Men’s Peer Support Group
Online Mixed Peer Support Group
Postpartum Peer Support Group
Women’s Peer Support
Indigenous Talking Circle
Friends and Family Support Group
Youth Peer Support
Mixed Senior’s Tea & Tales
Mixed Coffee and Chat
Mixed Depression & Anxiety
Young Adult Peer Support Group
Mixed Peer Support Group – Parkland
Brandon Men’s Activity Club
Westman Men’s Exchange
Bipolar Peer Support Group
Power To Parent
This group caters to everyone who identifies as men that addresses to all mood disorders diagnosed or undiagnosed and welcomes them to experience support and connection.
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
6:30 pm - 7:30 pmLAUNCH ONLINE MEETING
This group caters to everyone regardless of their age or gender and addresses all mood disorders diagnosed or undiagnosed and welcomes them to experience support and connection.
6:30pm to 7:30pmLAUNCH ONLINE MEETING
Our postpartum support group addresses issues and concerns that can come with the birth of a baby, with special emphasis on postpartum depression.
9:00 am - 10:00 amLAUNCH ONLINE MEETING
These in-person and online groups for women welcome open, honest and heartfelt connections and conversations. We aim to provide coping techniques, and support for women struggling with their mental health.
6:45pm to 7;45pm
Facilitator: Asta Carvalho
LAUNCH ONLINE MEETING
This group is specifically offered to the Indigenous community and their families. Our aim is to provide support for any diagnosed or undiagnosed mood disorders along with resources in each group.
Facilitator: Jeff GobielLAUNCH ONLINE MEETING
This group offers support to friends and family to help them deal with mood disorders diagnosed or undiagnosed and welcomes them to experience support and connection.
7:00pm to 8:00pmLAUNCH ONLINE MEETING
This online group offers a safe space for youth under 17 years of age where they can come together and chat about their own mental health and seek help for any mood disorders they might be suffering from.
6:00pm to 7:30pmLAUNCH ONLINE MEETING
Our Seniors Tea & Tales is all about coming together for afternoon tea or coffee to share experiences and discuss a variety of topics about mental health, or simply to connect with other people in a similar age group!
Location: Our office at 4 Fort Street; Winnipeg
1:30pm to 3:30pm
This in-person group is offered to all in community and their families. We provide an educational component along with resources in each group.
5:30pm to 6:30pm
This in-person group is for anyone who is suffering from bipolar diagnosed or undiagnosed and welcomes them to experience support, conversations and connection.
6:30 to 7:30pm
This is an in-person group for anyone struggling with depression or anxiety diagnosed or undiagnosed. We welcome you to experience connection and conversation along with support and resources to help you heal.
6:30pm to 7:30pm
This group is a safe space where youth ages 18-24 come together and chat about their own mental health and what’s going on in their lives. We will cover certain themes every week and at the end of every month we will have an outing while doing peer support. Themes can include Self-care, Support Systems, Advocacy, Transitioning and more.
6:30 pm -7:30 pmLAUNCH ONLINE MEETING
This is an online group that meets on Saturdays.
11:00am - 12:00 pm
Facilitator: MelLAUNCH ONLINE MEETING
This is a “coffee and conversation” support group for women experiencing mood disorders, low mood, or the frustrations and concerns of Covid-19. It is a group of women helping women through sisterhood and connection. This group does not meet on statutory holidays. (No charge for this group)
To receive the link to this group or for further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call / text Marian at 204-721-2174 or Susan at email@example.com
10:00am to 11:00am
Facilitator: SusanLAUNCH ONLINE MEETING
It is a group aimed primarily at men 40+ but those younger are welcome as well. The group fosters socialization and connection amongst men in a workshop setting. This group does not meet on statutory holidays. (No charge for this group.)
To receive the link to this group or for further information, please contact Marian at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 204-721-2174
1:30 to 3:30 pm
Facilitator: In person at the BNRC Creation Nation Maker Space in Brandon, Manitoba
Join men aged 18+ from Westman area to discuss news about your community, your interests and general connection and camaraderie.
For more information or to register for free, please email at email@example.com or call / text 204-721-2174
1:30 to 3:00 pmLAUNCH ONLINE MEETING
An online peer support group for those living with bipolar, diagnosed or undiagnosed. Meet and connect with peers in your area on Thursday nights. This group does not meet on statutory holidays. (No charge for this group)
To receive the link to this group or for further information, please email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call / text 204-721-2174
6:30pm to 8:00pmLAUNCH ONLINE MEETING
To keep the online support group a comfortable, safe, and inviting place for all, we require participants to abide by the following guidelines. These are reviewed with the group at the beginning of each meeting.
The facilitator may sign you out of the meeting at any time if you are noticed to be breaking the following guidelines:
What is said in the meeting, stays in the meeting
What you hear should be kept confidential and this must be respected by all participants. Our Online Support Room is open to all, so please be aware.
Use “I” language
Share from your personal experience, say “this is what helped me” or “when I was faced with this problem, I …”
Its OK not to share
People do not need to actively participate; much can be gained by just listening. You also do not need to turn on your video/web cam to participate.
Make the group a safe place to share
Kindness and respect for others and their mental health is paramount.
One person speaks at a time
Each person should be allowed to speak at a time. Please listen to your facilitator.
No one should monopolize the group time.
The group leader may interrupt you
This is to keep the meeting on track and within the timeframe of the meeting.
We are all entitled to our own point of view
Your opinion is welcome, however, no racist, homophobic, sexist comments will be tolerated.