PLEASE NOTE: Men’s Group is on holidays for July and August and will resume again on September 12th, 2016. Have a great summer!

The Men’s Group is a free open drop-in group and is facilitated by two experienced counsellors who will support men in respectfully managing the challenges they face in their relationships with others (e.g. their partners, ex-partners), their relationships with work (e.g. job stress, balancing work and family needs), and their relationship with themselves (e.g. self-criticism, discouragement). Suitable for men seeking a non-judgemental forum to deal with the pressures of everyday life. No referral necessary just a desire for positive change. Confidentiality is respected.

Address: 280 2nd Street.
Date: Monday evenings (except for statutory holidays)
Time: 7:00 to 8:30 pm

Please Note: Men attending group are asked to walk up the driveway (middle of the 200 block of 2nd Street, between Cliffe and Duncan) and enter the building through the side door. Please do not walk or drive up to the parking lot at the back of the building.

For more information please call 250-897-0511

Here’s what a few people have to say about the group:

“I have found the Men’s Group to be excellent and healing for my social and health issues and feel access to such a group an important part of men learning to discover a clearer vision of their issues and how they can relate much better to the people in their life and self.”

 “I have been a member of the Men’s Group since the beginning almost 1 and a 1/2 years ago. The counsellors have facilitated a safe, respectful and supportive environment for men. The support I have received in the group not only from the counsellors but also the shared experiences of other men has helped me through many stressful challenges.”

 “The Men’s Group meetings on Monday evenings are now a regular, very important part of my week. Being new to the Valley this was a great way to meet honest, caring, and genuine people. The group has helped me to adapt to many recent life changes and being able to share my life experience with others has been welcomed.”