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Organization: Northwestern Ontario Peer Council - St. Joseph's Care Group - Lakehead Psychiatric Hospital Site - Mental Health Peer Support  
Phone Numbers: 807-343-4300 Ext 4435
Fax: 807-346-5236
Email: ptcouncil@tbaytel.net
Address:
c/o St Joseph's Care Group, Lakehead Psychiatric Hospital Site, Peer Council
PO Box 2930
Thunder Bay, ON
P7B 5G4
Street
Address
:
580 Algoma St N
Thunder Bay
 
Intersection: Algoma St N and MacDougall St
Location: North Ward, Lakehead Psychiatric Hospital
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Sat 10 am-3:30 pm
After Hours Tue 5 pm-8 pm
Holidays 10 am- 3 pm
Executives: Krissie Quaid - Chair
Maureen Bostrom - Vice-Chair
Contacts: Tami Sokol - Secretary and Treasurer
Service Description: Provides peer support for the day to day needs of its members

Located at Algoma St N near MacDougall St

  • Provides peer support for the day to day needs of its members with a Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Strength Based Approach
  • Provides socialization opportunities for members to aid in their recovery
  • Provides mental health education to members and mental health awareness to people in the community
  • Directs members in finding appropriate personnel to meet their needs
  • Develops and maintains communication with all existing persons involved with members' care, as requested by members

  • Fees: None
    Application: Membership Form must be filled out including name, address, and phone number
    Eligibility - Population(s) Served:
    • Anyone having direct experience as a consumer of mental health services
    • Must promise to conduct themselves appropriately in working towards the goals of the Peer Council
    • Must be a Member of the Peer Council to attend functions provided by our organization
    Age: 16.00 years and older
    Languages: English
    Area(s) Served:
    Thunder Bay City, Thunder Bay District  
    See Also: Community Mental Health Programs
    Mental Health Peer and Family Programs
    Mental Health Promotion
    Recreational and Social Programs for People with Mental Illness

    This information was last completely updated on June 15, 2017

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