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Oakville Chapter


Oakville Family Support Group

Chapter Leaders: Numila and Jodie



Canadian Mental Health Association

1540 Cornwall Rd 

Oakville ON, L6J 7W5 (Entrance at the northwest side at the back of the building. Meetings are in the large Boardroom).

Date: First Monday of each month 

Time: 7:00-8:30 pm.




Numila Parker, MSW, RSW

Numila joined PCMH in November 2013 as a parent seeking support, information and some direction in helping her teenage daughter who was experiencing severe anxiety and depression. The PCMH group members were wonderfully understanding and empathic and they gave Numila excellent direction and help in navigating the system. Numila took a leave of absence 18 years ago from her career as a social worker and mental health clinician for full time parenting of her three children. She has been extensively involved as a volunteer at her children’s schools on many levels and is an active participant and supporter in many charitable initiatives that include Breast Cancer awareness, United Way, Ontario Friends of Schizophrenia, Shine Out! Shout Out!, and the CMHA. Numila looks forward to the role of the Oakville Chapter leader. Numila is honoured to be engaged in this role with PCMH.


Jodie Moulton

Jodie Moulton is one of the founding members of the Oakville PCMH Chapter. She has a background in Nursing and an HBA in Sociology. She uses her strengths and lived experience to be a strong advocate for her daughter. She has a great deal of experience navigating community supports and the school system and keeping current with policy trends. Jodie has been actively involved in providing education to parents through community events alongside other mental health partners. She has also created a useful family resource guide pertaining to anxiety which can be accessed on the Oakville PCMH website.

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Document Title Type  
Family Resource Guide - Anxiety
Developed for families by families this guide provides some useful information and resources to families raising children and youth with anxiety disorders.
pdf Family Resource Guide - Anxiety


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