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Peer Support Drop-in Centre – Dryden
PEER SUPPORT DROP-IN CENTRE – DRYDEN
About the Program
The CMHA Peer Support Drop-In Centre is a self-help network and a place where individuals experiencing mental health difficulties can benefit from participating in our recovery-focused Drop-In Centre for a wide range of social, recreational and educational activities. We provide a supportive, confidential and safe place to assist individuals with their recovery.
Who is Eligible
Individuals 18 years and older that have a personal mental health issue, or have had one in the past.
Family members of individuals with a mental health issue.
The Program Provides
- Peer Support
- A Variety of Wellness Programs and Creative Activties
- Educational Programs
- Coffee and Healthy Living Meal Program (monthly)
- Access to Computers, Internet, Telephones and Television
The Program is Offered
In Fort Frances, Kenora and Dryden.
Click here to download a copy of our Peer Support Drop-In Centre Poster
|Peer Support Drop-In Centre – Dryden|
PO Box 525 – 52 Van Horne Ave (Door at the back of the building)
Dryden, Ontario P8N 2Z2
|Philip Olson||Peer Support Worker||[email protected]||807-223-8841 ext. 225|
|Hours of Operation – Monday to Friday – 9:30 am – 3:00 pm|
|– Support Groups|
– Monthly Membership Meetings
– Bowling (once per month)
– Crafts (scrap-booking, painting, art, journalling
– Seasonal Activities (see calendar)
|– Hearing Voices That Are Distressing Workshop|
– Lunch & Learn
|In Dryden, we offer a variety of activities; for the most up-to-date information, please see our calendar of events|