Support Groups

Our Chapters offer peer to peer support groups across the Province

Become a Chapter Leader

PCMH is recruiting Chapter Leaders to provide local peer to peer support

Response to Government

PCMH is very concerned about the decision that will eliminate a voice for our most vulnerable children

Waterloo Kid Mood

Come join us - Children's Mental Health is everyone's business.

Contact Information

Meeting Information
We provide support for families dealing with a wide range of mental health issues from 0-21.  From ADHD to Schizophrenia and all of those in between.  A non-judgemental place to share your successes and your struggles.  Coffee provided.

We also offer phone (by appointment) and email support.

Mood Disorder Parent Support Group is currently running bi-monthly the 3rd Monday of every month at Developmental Services Access Centre (DSAC); 1120 Victoria St. North, Waterloo - 2nd floor with some exceptions due to Holiday Mondays.  Call first or email to confirm.

About Our Children
Having a child with a mental health disorder can be confusing and overwhelming.  As parents, we need information so that we can make decisions that are best for our child.  Emotional support from someone who has been there can also be very helpful.

The causes of these problems vary from child to child.

Research-based knowledge suggests that biological, social, psychological and environmental factors are all important.

A wide range of therapeutic, educational, and social services are essential to address the need of these children.

About Our Families

Family is all-inclusive.  Families can be from all incomes, education, racial, ethnic, and religious backgrounds.  They can be single parent or two parent families.  They can be birth parents, foster parents, adoptive parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents ~~~ they all need help, they all need support, and they all need tools to cope.

Our Goals—To Educate, Empower, Support
To advance the unique needs of children with mental health diagnoses and their families, to dissolve the stigma attached to children’s mental illness, to encourage and recommend research, prevention, early intervention, family support, and family-centred and family-driven care, to work with mental health agencies and government to ensure that children and their families with these unique needs and struggles have access to community based services to help them reach their full potential.

I just wanted to say how pleased I am at the fact that PCMH is extending it's communication to the web. The increases to the website and the monthly Web Newsletter are helping … Member, Windsor