Our counselling services are for people in our community aged 24 years and over who want to improve their mental health. Our team deals with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, addiction, recovery and grief. We help our clients to develop wellness tools and coping techniques in the post-crisis stage to improve outcome.
BE ADVISED – if you are experiencing a mental health crisis please contact 1-888-757-7766.
Transitional Housing for Homelessness
We provide transitional housing for people aged 16 years and over who are either homeless or at risk of homelessness. A total of twenty rooms, in four different houses, are available.
Hastings County After Hours for Homelessness
The After Hours line is live at 4:30 pm to 8:30 am Monday – Friday, including weekends and all holidays.
Emergency After Hours Contact Number – 1-877-528-9514
Inspire Futures Skills Advance Ontario Training Program
Looking to enhance your skill set? Hoping to start a career in the Food Services or Cleaning sector? Consider enrolling in the Inspire Futures training program. This is a free six week adult training program that teaches you a combination of soft & hard skills required by the industry. Click “learn more” to find out about program requirements, curriculum, employer placements, and incumbent training opportunities.
Job Seekers – Supported Employment
Looking for work? Is your mental wellness creating a barrier to employment? WE CAN HELP! Meaningful employment is out there, and we can help you find it! Click “learn more” to find out about our resource centre, employment counselling, workshops and job retention support.
Employer Services – Hiring Solutions
We can help you find & retain quality employees!
Join one of our 8 week program support groups and build confidence, gain tools, and learn coping strategies.
We offer both in person and virtual workshops on a variety of topics.
Information and Referral
We can help you navigate the system to find the services you need. We also encourage you to contact 211 for an extensive list of mental health resources available in our community.
Public Education Program
The Public Education Program’s goals are to encourage a more positive response towards mental health problems and promote community acceptance by providing information on our website and hosting numerous public awareness displays throughout our area as requested.