Search Organizations (English): Support groups

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Ontario Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
Offers support to those suffering from obsessive compulsive disorders and their families. (See Details)
Bereavement Self Help Group for Widows and Widowers
Provides emotional supprt to recently bereaved widows and widowers 55+ years of age.
Sharing the Caring
Provides information and resources concerning aging and caregiver stress in the form of group discussions, presentations, guest speakers and videos.
Assistance parents
Presents a national, bilingual telephone and Internet service offering confidential support, information and referrals to parents of children aged 0 to 19 years. Provides access to counselling in areas such as child welfare, child and adolescent development, child psychology, and other challenges faced by parents.
Taylor Place Community Services Dementia-Related Caregiver Support Groups
The Women's Self-Help Group provides an informal environment for information sharing and support to female caregivers connected to Taylor's Place Adult Day Program. The Men's Group provides support, education and practical help to male caregivers connected with the Taylor Place Alzheimer Day Program. The Widows Support Group provides support to senior women at any stage of their grieving process.
Women's Healing Circle
A support group for women who have been, or are currently being abused and have experienced mental illness.
Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD)
Provides support through sharing experiences and exploring solutions. Guest speakers attend meetings facilitated by psychotherapists.
FASworld Toronto
Support families with members struggling with FASD. (See Details)
Family, Friends and Partners of People with Eating Disorders
Provides a place for families, friends and partners of people with eating disorders to share experiences and feelings, coping skills for positive change. Professionally facilitated.
The Aboriginal Circle of Life Diabetes Support Group
Provides peer support for Aboriginal people with diabetes. Also provides educational support in the self-management of diabetes.