Our support groups help individuals to give and receive emotional, spiritual and practical support as well as to exchange information with other members of the community. Please call for more information or to register for a group.

New Beginnings / Men’s Circle

This healing circle supports Aboriginal men in exploring issues of self-care, healthy lifestyles and addictions using traditional healing methods. The program is facilitated by outreach staff and a local elder through a culturally relevant framework.

Contact Russ Halpin, Housing First Case Manager: (613) 748-0657 ext. 239 or

Come Bead With Us

Valerie Rowe- Beading GroupThis open group is aimed at helping participants to learn new beading techniques, share their stories and skills as well as have the opportunity to find ways of dealing with difficult times in their lives.

When: Fridays, 4:30-7:00pm
Where: 3rd Floor, Wabano Centre, 299 Montreal Rd.

Valerie Rowe, M.Sc, C.C.C
Clinical Therapist
(613) 748-0657 ext. 245



Honouring Sisters In Recovery

Sisters in Recovery- 2017This open group provides Aboriginal women the opportunity to increase self-awareness and knowledge regarding addictions through holistic healing approaches and traditional teachings. Thursday Evening Group starts at 5pm till 7pm located at the Wabano Centre. Light refreshments and bus tickets available. Registration is required!

For more information and to register, please contact:
Natalie Lloyd, C.C.A.C
Addictions Counsellor
(613) 748-0657 ext. 244



Strong Connections: Strong Families

strong-connectionsEngage with your children through the art process within a supportive circle. Help us celebrate the year of the Nanabush through traditional storytelling.

Kathleen Panela-Seguin, BMT
Child Clinical Therapist
(613) 748-0657 ext. 228




Cultural educational workshops and traditional ceremonies

Cultural healing programs and educational workshops are based on the Aboriginal beliefs, values and traditions that have been passed to us by Elders, traditional healers and experts in the mental health field. All Aboriginal adults and families are welcome and are supported to enhance their mental, emotional, and spiritual well being.

*Cultural Workshops are advertised throughout the year!