Peer Support

Al Anon is a group for friends and family of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, and hope in order to solve their common problems.

Telephone:
902-892-9974

Alcoholics Anonymous is a group for people to share their experience, strength, and hope with each other so they may help themselves and others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking.

Address:
Montague
Telephone:
902-969-5772

Alcoholics Anonymous is a group for people to share their experience, strength, and hope with each other so they may help themselves and others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking.

Telephone:
902-892-2103

The Alzheimer Society of PEI offers group support programs to caregivers and family members of persons with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia. Caregivers meet in a safe environment where they can learn, laugh, share tips and support one another through shared experiences.

Address:
115 Sackville Street
Montague
C0A 1R0
Telephone:
902-628-2257

The Alzheimer Society of PEI offers group support programs to caregivers and family members of persons with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia. Caregivers meet in a safe environment where they can learn, laugh, share tips and support one another through shared experiences.

Address:
166 Fitzroy Street
Charlottetown
C1A 1S1
Telephone:
902-628-2257

The Alzheimer Society of PEI offers group support programs to caregivers and family members of persons with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia. Caregivers meet in a safe environment where they can learn, laugh, share tips and support one another through shared experiences.

Address:
15 Frank Melish Street
Summerside
C1N 0H3
Telephone:
902-628-2257

Behavioural Support Team for Children offers behavioural support to children aged 4-12 who have moderate to severe behavioural difficulties. A team of professionals including a psychologist, social workers, and a youth worker work will children, parents/guardians and other systems including daycares, schools and group homes across PEI.

 

Telephone:
1-902-368-4430

Boys and Girls Club of Charlottetown provides services to young people through a variety of quality, structured educational, remedial, and recreational programs focused on nutrition, active living, literacy, social and life skills development, and community leadership.

Address:
35 St Peters Road
Charlottetown
C1A 5N1 Queens
Telephone:
902-892-2223

Boys and Girls Club of Summerside is a safe and supportive space offering programs in the areas of healthy living, physical activity, sport & recreation, arts and crafts, music and education to youth in the Summerside area. They also operate the CCU Youth Engagement Centre which offers programs geared at developing healthy relationships and families.

Address:
106 Cedar Street
Summerside
C1N 3P7
Telephone:
902-436-9403

The Brain Injury Support Group is a bi-weekly support group open to anyone with any type of brain injury (TBI, stroke, car accident, etc.) where particpants can share their experiences with, and find support in those facing similar challenges.

Address:
7 Pond Street
Charlottetown
C1A 2N9
Telephone:
902-314-4228

The Breast Cancer Support Group offers a safe and welcoming space for individuals who have or had a breast cancer diagnosis. Particpants are invited to share their experiences and find support in those facing the same challenges as themselves.

Address:
Charlottetown – Queens
Telephone:
902-569-3496

The Canadian Mental Health Association – PEI Division, provides a wide range of services including peer support programs, suicide prevention initatives, education workshops and housing supports to Islanders across the province.

Address:
178 Fitzroy Street
Charlottetown
C1A 7L9
Telephone:
902-566-3034

The Center Cap enfants offers a variety of child and parent focused programs and services to families who want to give themselves the means to help the development and well-being of their children. Specific services offered changes depending on the needs expressed but regularly focuses on promoting physical activity, providing a space for parents to share their experiences, and supporting new parents.

Address:
4 Rue Commercial
Wellington
C0B 2E0
Telephone:
902-854-2123

The Coping and Support Training (CAST) Program is an evidence-based group skills program that helps at-risk youth with substance misuse (drinking or using drugs), mental well-being, and school performance. CAST is offered to youth (age 13-18) in junior and senior high schools across Prince Edward Island through youth addiction counsellors. Contact your Community Mental Health office for more information

Address:
17 Knights Avenue
Souris
C0A 2B0 Kings
Telephone:
902-687-7110

The Coping and Support Training (CAST) Program is an evidence-based group skills program that helps at-risk youth with substance misuse (drinking or using drugs), mental well-being, and school performance. CAST is offered to youth (age 13-18) in junior and senior high schools across Prince Edward Island through youth addiction counsellors. Contact your Community Mental Health office for more information

Address:
126 Douses Road
Montague
C0A 1R0
Telephone:
902-838-0960

The Coping and Support Training (CAST) Program is an evidence-based group skills program that helps at-risk youth with substance misuse (drinking or using drugs), mental well-being, and school performance. CAST is offered to youth (age 13-18) in junior and senior high schools across Prince Edward Island through youth addiction counsellors. Contact your Community Mental Health office for more information

Address:
1 Rochford Street
Charlottetown
C1A 7N8
Telephone:
902-368-4430

The Coping and Support Training (CAST) Program is an evidence-based group skills program that helps at-risk youth with substance misuse (drinking or using drugs), mental well-being, and school performance. CAST is offered to youth (age 13-18) in junior and senior high schools across Prince Edward Island through youth addiction counsellors. Contact your Community Mental Health office for more information

Address:
65 Roy Boates Avenue
Summerside
C1N 2A9
Telephone:
902-888-8180

The Coping and Support Training (CAST) Program is an evidence-based group skills program that helps at-risk youth with substance misuse (drinking or using drugs), mental well-being, and school performance. CAST is offered to youth (age 13-18) in junior and senior high schools across Prince Edward Island through youth addiction counsellors. Contact your Community Mental Health office for more information

Address:
347 Church Street
Alberton
C0B 1B0
Telephone:
902-853-8670

The Coping and Support Training (CAST) Program is an evidence-based group skills program that helps at-risk youth with substance misuse (drinking or using drugs), mental well-being, and school performance. CAST is offered to youth (age 13-18) in junior and senior high schools across Prince Edward Island through youth addiction counsellors. Contact your Community Mental Health office for more information

Address:
14 MacKinnon Drive
O’Leary
C0B 1V0
Telephone:
902-853-8670

CHANCES (Caring, Helping, And Nurturing, Children Every Step) is a non-profit, charitable organization, that exists to provide a range of child development and parent support services to children from 0-11 years and their families, particularly those experiencing additional life challenges. Services include pre and post natal care, at home family check-ins, parent information sessions, and early learning, before and after school programming.

Address:
77 Upper Prince Street
Charlottetown
C1A 4S6
Telephone:
902-892-8744

If you are struggling with low mood and depression, the Changeways© Core Program can help you create positive changes in your life. Two main goals of the program are to; provide information and strategies to help with problems related to depression, and help apply these ideas in life, at one’s own pace, to help cope with and recover from depression. The program is based on cognitive behavioural therapy principles, which have been shown to work for people who experience depression and other conditions. Program trainers include nurses, social workers, psychologists and occupational therapists. Contact your local Community Mental Health Clinic for more information.

Address:
Montague
Telephone:
902-838-0960

If you are struggling with low mood and depression, the Changeways© Core Program can help you create positive changes in your life. Two main goals of the program are to; provide information and strategies to help with problems related to depression, and help apply these ideas in life, at one’s own pace, to help cope with and recover from depression. The program is based on cognitive behavioural therapy principles, which have been shown to work for people who experience depression and other conditions. Program trainers include nurses, social workers, psychologists and occupational therapists. Contact your local Community Mental Health Clinic for more information.

Address:
Charlottetown
Telephone:
902-368-4911 or 902-368-4430

If you are struggling with low mood and depression, the Changeways© Core Program can help you create positive changes in your life. Two main goals of the program are to; provide information and strategies to help with problems related to depression, and help apply these ideas in life, at one’s own pace, to help cope with and recover from depression. The program is based on cognitive behavioural therapy principles, which have been shown to work for people who experience depression and other conditions. Program trainers include nurses, social workers, psychologists and occupational therapists. Contact your local Community Mental Health Clinic for more information.

Address:
Summerside
Telephone:
902-888-8180

If you are struggling with low mood and depression, the Changeways© Core Program can help you create positive changes in your life. Two main goals of the program are to; provide information and strategies to help with problems related to depression, and help apply these ideas in life, at one’s own pace, to help cope with and recover from depression. The program is based on cognitive behavioural therapy principles, which have been shown to work for people who experience depression and other conditions. Program trainers include nurses, social workers, psychologists and occupational therapists. Contact your local Community Mental Health Clinic for more information.

Address:
O’Leary
Telephone:
902-831-2711

The Charlottetown Teenzone is a FREE safe place that teens ages 12-18 or grades 7-12 can come to throughout the week. They have 2 youth workers on staff who work in the Teen Zone. Teenzone help youth with various areas of life such as life skills, healthy relationships, homework, counselling, job prep and search, teen parenting, and facing addictions.

Address:
200 Richmond Street
Charlottetown
C1A 1J2
Telephone:
902-892-1719

The Coping Skills Program teach skills to manage patterns of chronic stress and distress. The goals of the program are to provide participants with practical strategies and tips to help with problems, and help to develop a personal tool kit that participants can use in their own lives to manage stress and distress. The program is based on cognitive behavioural and dialectical behaviour therapies. Program trainers include nurses, social workers, psychologists, occupational therapists and addiction counsellors. Contact your local Community Mental Health Clinic for more information.

Address:
Montague
Telephone:
902-838-0960

The Coping Skills Program teach skills to manage patterns of chronic stress and distress. The goals of the program are to provide participants with practical strategies and tips to help with pronlems, and help to develop a personal tool kit that participants can use in their own lives to manage stress and distress. The program is based on cognitive behavioural and dialectical behaviour therapies. Program trainers include nurses, social workers, psychologists, occupational therapists and addiction counsellors. Contact your local Community Mental Health Clinic for more information.

Address:
Summerside
Telephone:
902-888-8180

The Coping Skills Program teach skills to manage patterns of chronic stress and distress. The goals of the program are to provide participants with practical strategies and tips to help with pronlems, and help to develop a personal tool kit that participants can use in their own lives to manage stress and distress. The program is based on cognitive behavioural and dialectical behaviour therapies. Program trainers include nurses, social workers, psychologists, occupational therapists and addiction counsellors. Contact your local Community Mental Health Clinic for more information.

Address:
O’Leary
Telephone:
902-831-2711

Offered in both group and individual sessions, CRAFT is an evidence-based program for teaching families, parents, and concerned significant others to support getting‎ their loved ones into treatment. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Souris
Telephone:
902-687-7110

Offered in both group and individual sessions, CRAFT is an evidence-based program for teaching families, parents, and concerned significant others to support getting‎ their loved ones into treatment. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Montague
Telephone:
902-838-0960

Offered in both group and individual sessions, CRAFT is an evidence-based program for teaching families, parents, and concerned significant others to support getting‎ their loved ones into treatment. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Charlottetown
Telephone:
902-368-4120

Offered in both group and individual sessions, CRAFT is an evidence-based program for teaching families, parents, and concerned significant others to support getting‎ their loved ones into treatment. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Summerside
Telephone:
902-888-8380

Offered in both group and individual sessions, CRAFT is an evidence-based program for teaching families, parents, and concerned significant others to support getting‎ their loved ones into treatment. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Alberton
Telephone:
902-853-8670

Dialectical behavior therapy is designed to treat individuals with borderline personality disorder (BPD). It is a modified form of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) that uses traditional cognitive-behavioral techniques, but also implements other skills like: mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation and interpersonal effectiveness. There is an additional fifth set of skills called Walking the Middle Path, which can be used with adolescent clients. Clients will participate in weekly DBT Skills Groups. A skills group facilitator will teach strategies related to mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation and interpersonal effectiveness (and possibly Walking the Middle Path skills for adolescents) to help clients manage emotions, problem solve and cope with challenges more effectively.

Telephone:
1-902-368-4430

Emotions Anonymous is a 12-step self-help group for people with emotional problems. Open to anyone who would like to become emotionally healthy and live at peace with or without solved problems.

Address:
141 Mount Edward Road
Charlottetown
C1A 5T1
Telephone:
902-218-6380

Emotions Anonymous is a 12-step self-help group for people with emotional problems. Open to anyone who would like to become emotionally healthy and live at peace with or without solved problems.

Address:
289 Winter Street
Summerside
C1N 1N4
Telephone:
902-436-9787

Emotions Anonymous is a 12-step self-help group for people with emotional problems. Open to anyone who would like to become emotionally healthy and live at peace with or without solved problems.

Address:
48 Mill Road
Wellington
C0B 2E0
Telephone:
902-854-2974

The Families East Centre acts as a bridge to other social supports in the area. They work at removing barriers to participation by offering help with transportation and Child care. We are a safe, non-judgemental location to come and strive to ensure everyone feels welcome here. Families East partners with other service providers such as the Best Start program, Public Health, Libraries and other support groups.

Address:
40 Lower Rollo Bay Road
Souris
C0A 2B0 Kings
Telephone:
902-687-3928

Families First, previously known as Carousel, began in 1994 to help promote the emotional, physical, intellectual and social well-being of children aged 0-6 and their families. This is done by offering a variety of programs and services, such as parent-child play groups, field trips, special events, clothing exchanges and cooking groups. At Families First, parents can find information, support, friendships and opportunities to help one another with the very important job of raising a family.

Address:
140 Sackville Street
Montague
C0A 1R0 Kings
Telephone:
902-838-4600

The Famiy Aftercare Group is available to those who have completed the Family Education Program and is offered bi-weekly. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Souris
Telephone:
902-687-7110

The Famiy Aftercare Group is available to those who have completed the Family Education Program and is offered bi-weekly. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Montague
Telephone:
902-838-0960

The Famiy Aftercare Group is available to those who have completed the Family Education Program and is offered bi-weekly. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Charlottetown
Telephone:
902-368-4120

The Famiy Aftercare Group is available to those who have completed the Family Education Program and is offered bi-weekly. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Summerside
Telephone:
902-888-8380

The Famiy Aftercare Group is available to those who have completed the Family Education Program and is offered bi-weekly. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Alberton
Telephone:
902-853-8670

Family Education Program is an eight (8) week program for adults who have a family member or friend with an addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Souris
Telephone:
902-687-7110

Family Education Program is an eight (8) week program for adults who have a family member or friend with an addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Montague
Telephone:
902-838-0960

Family Education Program is an eight (8) week program for adults who have a family member or friend with an addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Charlottetown
Telephone:
902-368-4120

Family Education Program is an eight (8) week program for adults who have a family member or friend with an addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Summerside
Telephone:
902-888-8380

Family Education Program is an eight (8) week program for adults who have a family member or friend with an addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Alberton
Telephone:
902-853-8670

Family Place is a not-for-profit community based organization offering a comprehensive range of programs and services for families with children from conception to age twelve. We offer weekly play groups, Reggio Inspired preschool program (#L4466), parenting workshops and sessions, prenatal and postnatal programs, breastfeeding support, breast pump loan, resource library, a clothing exchange, newborn literacy bags (Books for Babies), and so much more!

Address:
75 Central Street
Summerside
C1N 3L2 Prince
Telephone:
902-436-1348

Family Violence Prevention Services offers a wide variety of support to indivudals identifying as a woman, who has or is experiencing domestic violence, including; confidential support services, peer support groups, and second stage housing options. To ensure client safety, their address is not listed. Reach out to inquire about accessing services. Province Wide English Housing / Emergency Shelter, Peer Support, Sexual Health / Abuse

Address:
Charlottetown
Telephone:
902-892-0960 or 1-800-240-9894

Friends Supporting Friends offers bi-weekly group support and education to seniors who are impacted by a family members’ addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Souris
Telephone:
902-687-7110

Friends Supporting Friends offers bi-weekly group support and education to seniors who are impacted by a family members’ addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Montague
Telephone:
902-838-0960

Friends Supporting Friends offers bi-weekly group support and education to seniors who are impacted by a family members’ addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Charlottetown
Telephone:
902-368-4120

Friends Supporting Friends offers bi-weekly group support and education to seniors who are impacted by a family members’ addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Summerside
Telephone:
902-888-8380

Friends Supporting Friends offers bi-weekly group support and education to seniors who are impacted by a family members’ addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address:
Alberton
Telephone:
902-853-8670

Gamblers Anonymous is a group for people to share their experience, strength, and hope with each other so they may help themselves and others to recover from a gambling problem. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop gambling.

Address:
90 Spring Street
Summerside
C1N 3E4

Generation XX offers a variety of programming that aims to promote youth leadership and empowerment while providing a safe and supervised place to socialize and learn new skills.

Address:
328 Notre Dame Street
Summerside
C1N 1S5
Telephone:
902-436-7699

Hospice PEI offers on-going facilitated grief and grieving support group for all Islanders – family, extended family, friends – anyone who has experienced loss. This programming features monthly talks on topics of interest with resfreshments provided.

Address:
93 Murchison Lane
Charlottetown
C1A 0G3
Telephone:
902-368-4064 or 902-438-4231

Incredible Years Parenting Program is a 15-week training program for parents that aims to reduce challenging behaviours in children and increase social emotional learning and self-control skills. During the program, parents will learn to promote positive behaviours in their children, manage their child’s disruptive behaviours, strengthen parent-child interactions and attachment and learn coping skills for parents. This group is offered at the same time their child attends the Dinosaur Treatment School Program. Parents will learn what their children are working on, and therefore help them practice at home.

Telephone:
1-902-368-4430

The INSIGHT Program is a youth mental health day treatment program that is delivered by a team of health and education professionals who work with youth aged 13-18, their families and schools to reduce the day-to-day impact of mental health problems or illnesses on their lives. The INSIGHT Team works with youth across the province who experience significant and persistent primary mood, anxiety, and/or psychotic disorders as defined by DSM-V.

Telephone:
902-620-3956

Jeunesse Acadienne et Francophone de l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard (JAFLIPE) is a provincial organization managed BY and FOR young Acadian, French-speaking and French-speaking people of PEI. They provide a safe and supportive space for youth to build leadership skills and learn more about the acadian and francophone culture.

Address:
5, Ave Maris Stella
Summerside
C1N 6M9
Telephone:
902-888-3346

Kids West Inc is a family resource centre that focuses on children 0-12 years of age and their moms, dads, and caregivers. They offer programs that provide support, resources, information and training to parents and their children. These resources are made available to residents of West Prince. While we are based our of Alberton, we offer outreach services to Tignish, O’Leary, & Tyne Valley.

Address:
630 Main Street
Alberton
C0B 1B0 Prince
Telephone:
902-853-4066

King’s Youth Project holds a drop-in group for youth ages 12-18, geared at creating safe and fun spaces for all youth (2SLGBTQ+ and ally friendly). They provide an opportunity for youth to socialize and learn through structured activities and discussions.

Address:
274 Valleyfield Road
Montague
C0A 1R0 Kings
Telephone:
902-838-2489

The Mental Health Check-In group is a support group for individuals living with a mental health concern or a mental illness.

Address:
126 Douses Road
Montague
C0A 1R0 Kings
Telephone:
902-838-0960

The Mental Health Check-In group is a support group for individuals living with a mental health concern or a mental illness.

Address:
17 Knights Lane
Souris
C0A 2B0
Telephone:
902-687-7110

The Mi’kmaq Confederacy of PEI delivers recreation, education, employment, health, and family support services, among others, on behalf of the Lennox Island and Abegweit First Nations, as well as to the broader Indigenous community on PEI.

Address:
200 Read Drive
Summerside
C1N 5N7
Telephone:
902-436-5101

The Mi’kmaq Confederacy of PEI delivers recreation, education, employment, health, and family support services, among others, on behalf of the Lennox Island and Abegweit First Nations, as well as to the broader Indigenous community on PEI.

Address:
199 Grafton Street
Charlottetown
C1A 1L2
Telephone:
902-626-2882

The Mi’kmaq Family Resource Centre offers a variety of services including, drop-in play sessions, health and nutrition programs, and pre and post natal supports, among others, that promote the health and well being of Aboriginal young children and their parents, guardians, care givers in Prince Edward Island.

Address:
158 St. Peter’s Road
Charlottetown
C1A 5P8
Telephone:
902-892-0928

Moms in Mind Maternal Mental Health Group is a peer support group for mothers and women. Find them on Facebook at Moms in Mind Maternal Mental Health Peer Support Group for information on meeting dates and times.

Address:
101 Prince Street
Charlottetown
C1A 4R5

Narcotics Anonymous is a group for people to share their experience, strength, and hope with each other so they may help themselves and others to recover from narcotic misuse or abuse. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using drugs.

Telephone:
1-800-205-8402

Open Door Outreach is a non-government charity working primarily with women who are incarcerated and in recovery from addiction providing personal mentoring, and several programs on topics such as boundaries, relationships, and personal values. Any woman struggling with addiction in the community or in need of support post-release from incarceration may call for an appointment without a referral. Services are free.

Address:
2-30 Brackley Point Road
Charlottetown
C1A 6X9
Telephone:
902-628-6826

The Ostomy Peer Support Group is a community-led support group for individuals with an ostomy where they are able to share their experiences and find support.

Address:
200 Richmond Street
Charlottetown
C1A 1J2
Telephone:
902-566-1459

Overcomers Outreach is a christ-centered 12-step recovery program available to hurting people in churches of all denominations. Support groups are sharing groups, facilitated by lay persons who have been walking their own 12-step recovery journey for at least a year.

Address:
9 Capital Drive
Charlottetown
C1E 1E8 Queens
Telephone:
902-367-2907

PEERS Alliance offers peer support programming for 2SLGBTQ+ Adults, free sexual health supplies and resources, and free safer use resources in their mission to reduce stigma and promote harm reduction strategies.

Address:
161 St. Peters Road
Charlottetown
C1A 9E3
Telephone:
902-566-2437

The PEI Association for Newcomers to Canada provides a variety of supports including short-term settlement services, and long-term inclusion and community integration programs for new immigrants in the province of Prince Edward Island.

Address:
49 Water Street
Charlottetown
C1A 1A3
Telephone:
902-628-6009

The PEI Queer Youth Collective is a project of PEERS Alliance, offering the only community based youth peer support group specifically for 2SLGBTQ+ Youth (ages 12-18) and their allies in various locations across the province. They provide an opportunity for youth to socialize and learn through structured activities and discussions.

Address:
200 Richmond Street
Charlottetown
C1A 1J2
Telephone:
902-566-2437

The PEI Queer Youth Collective is a project of PEERS Alliance, offering the only community based youth peer support group specifically for 2SLGBTQ+ Youth (ages 12-18) and their allies in various locations across the province. They provide an opportunity for youth to socialize and learn through structured activities and discussions.

Address:
381 Notre Damn Street
Summerside
C1N 1S6
Telephone:
902-566-2437

The PEI Queer Youth Collective is a project of PEERS Alliance, offering the only community based youth peer support group specifically for 2SLGBTQ+ Youth (ages 12-18) and their allies in various locations across the province. They provide an opportunity for youth to socialize and learn through structured activities and discussions.

Address:
211 Philip Street
Tignish
C0B 2B0
Telephone:
902-566-2437

The PEI Transgender Network is a supportive network of people who are allies to the PEI transgender community that shares resources, information, and provides peer support through both online platforms and in-person meetings.

Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) is a helpful, practical and easy-to-use approach for parents with a focus on positive parenting techniques. The program empowers all parents with skills and knowledge to effectively address day-to-day minor parenting challenges or more serious behavioural issues. Discussion groups cover topics such as dealing with disobedience; manage fighting and aggression; hassle-free shopping and developing good bedtime routines. Triple P programming may be offered individually or in groups.

Telephone:
902-368-6762

The Prostate Cancer Support Group is a community-led support and information group for individuals, and their significant others, that have experienced prostate cancer.

Address:
97 Queen Street, 6th Floor
Charlottetown
C1A 4A9
Telephone:
902-626-9922

S-Anon Reflections of Hope is a group for anyone affected by another person’s sexual behaviour to share their experience, strength, and hope in order to solve their common problems.

Address:
Charlottetown/Summerside
Telephone:
902-367-5310

Serene View Ranch aims to provide a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of mental health issues, especially trauma related difficulties. Services include professional assessments such as; phychological assessment for disability management and fit for duty/return to work assessments. They also provide psychotherapy serivices such as equine-assisted psychotherapy and individual, group, family and couple therapy. There are many other therapies and serivices available on-site as well.

Address:
174 Pickles Lane
Alexandra
C1B 2V5 Queens
Telephone:
902-393-3829

Sexaholics Anonymous is a group for recovery from porn and sexual addiction based on the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop lusting and become sexually sober.

Address:
Charlottetown
Telephone:
902-812-5563

The Self-Management and Recovery Training (SMART) Recovery Group is a support meeting led by trained facilitators, centered around how to abstain from any type of addictive behaviours, including alcohol, drugs, and activities such as gambling. Participants learn from one another using a self-empowering approach based on the most current science of recovery.

Address:
223 Kent Street
Charlottetown
C1A 1P1
Telephone:
902-330-4357

The Self-Management and Recovery Training (SMART) Recovery Group is a support meeting led by trained facilitators, centered around how to abstain from any type of addictive behaviours, including alcohol, drugs, and activities such as gambling. Participants learn from one another using a self-empowering approach based on the most current science of recovery.

Address:
67 Duke Street
Summerside
C1N 3R9
Telephone:
902-330-4357

The Self-Management and Recovery Training (SMART) Recovery Group for Families and Friends is a support group for family and friends who have a loved one with an addiction.

Address:
223 Mason Road
Stratford
C1B 2G1
Telephone:
902-330-4357

The Stage Four Cancer Support Group is a community-led support meeting for people with stage four cancer to share their story, listen, and support each other on this path.

Address:
101 Prince Street
Charlottetown
C1A 4R5
Telephone:
902-940-7250

The Strength Program offers a range of programming (residential and day treatment) and supports for youth and families who are dealing with substance misuse and mental health issues. The program is offered for 16 weeks and is located at the Youth Recovery Centre where there are 12 inpatient beds with 24/7 care.

Address:
Summerside – Prince
Telephone:
902-687-7110, 902-838-0960, 902-368-4120, 902-888-8380, 902-853-8670

Student well-being teams work in schools advising, consulting and providing direct service to children and youth who are struggling with mental, social and physical health issues.

Telephone:
902-438-4130

The Adventure Group provides a wide range of hands-on-learning based programs and services aimed at developing criitcal life skills, helping clients find appropriate employment options, and fostering leadership and team spirit among groups.

Address:
Charlottetown
Telephone:
902-628-8668