Support Groups

Our Chapters offer peer to peer support groups across the Province

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

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Stratford Chapter


Contact Information

C: Angie


** COVID 19 UPDATE** Parents for Children’s Mental Health is working to keep our volunteers and staff healthy during the COVID—19 pandemic and we continue to monitor the rapidly changing developments.  Our support groups continue to be closed; however, we know that in times like these we still need to be able to access our support systems.  To connect with one of our family peer support volunteers please email:  Please note this is a volunteer, peer lead support email.  We DO NOT provide crisis or clinical services of any kind.  Our emails will be answered within 48 hours. If you, or someone you love is at immediate risk please contact your local emergency services or dial 911.

COVID-19 is impacting people in various ways and it is understandable that during times like these many people are feeling worried, anxious, overwhelmed, and this is further complicated by many of the resources we rely on being closed during this pandemic.

We want to remind you that there are still options to access supports for your and/or your children.
Your local crisis line: 1-888-829-7484
Kids Help Phone 1-800-668-6868
Telehealth Ontario 1-866-797-0000

Remember during these times to stay in touch with your support systems and reach out if you need support.

Meeting Information: Meetings are currently cancelled due to COVID-19, stay tuned for updates on future meetings

When: Third Thursday of every month (except March 26th due to March Break) We break for the summer in June and July.

Time:7:00- 8:30 pm 

Where: 315 West Gore St (Hamlet Public School)


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Chapter Leader - Angie 

Angie is the mother to 3 amazing kids. She has over 15 years experience dealing with children in a caregiver/support role. Angie has lived experience as a parent and within her family of origin. The past couple of years have brought the experience of navigating the school and current childrens mental health system. This experience has proven how hard, frustrating and confusing the current system is. Due to the lack of support in her surrounding community Angie was motivated to become a chapter leader for PCMH.

Angie believes that with guidance and advocacy it will become easier for families to link appropriate services and gain access to needed supports. Angie is safetalk and assist certified. She is also a member of the Family Advisory Committee for Huron/Perth and is currently enrolled in the Childrens Mental Health course at Humber.

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