Peer support is a supportive relationship between people who have a lived experience in common. The peer support worker provides emotional and social support to others who share a common experience.
There are various types of support (formal/informal) that allows confidential conversation and sharing of resources.
There is HUGE value in Peer Support for the individual and the family
Our goal is to provide immediate crisis intervention if required and to act as a referral agent that assists you in locating suitable support to the situation.
Our Volunteers provide conversation and support in areas such as marriage, parenting, grief, spiritual wellness, addiction recovery, single parenting, special needs children, critical incident stress management and post traumatic stress recovery.
Our Peer Support and Family Assistance confidential call line is 403-201-9945. If volunteers are busy and you don’t get connected to one of them, please leave a message with your name and number and we’ll get back to you within 2 hours. For general inquiries email firstname.lastname@example.org
The following circumstances may break confidentiality if there is disclosure or evidence of:
Should there be an event that requires to break confidentiality, the individual will be advised of our actions and 911 services will be notified.
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If you’re experiencing a mental health crisis contact your
local crisis centre.
for Crisis Centres across Canada.