AMI-​Québec Fall Programs

Reg­is­tra­tion is open
for our fall programs
A brand new sup­port group
Join our team: Admin­is­tra­tion and IT
Low-​Beer lec­ture on Octo­ber 14th
Need some guid­ance? Give us a call: 5144861448
Fall Pro­grams
If you’ve got a loved one who lives with men­tal health issues, our inter­ac­tive work­shops are here to help.
Our upcom­ing work­shops include:
Sep­tem­ber 8
Sep­tem­ber 9
Sep­tem­ber 16
Sep­tem­ber 23
Sep­tem­ber 28
Starts Sep­tem­ber 29
Starts Octo­ber 4
Space is lim­ited. Reg­is­ter today!
Click here for our workshops
Click here for our calendar
Young Family & FriendsA brand new sup­port group!
Intro­duc­ing Young Fam­ily & Friends, a new sup­port group for 1830 year olds who have a loved one liv­ing with men­tal illness.
Sep­tem­ber 20 at 6:30pm
Online on Google Meet
Click here for details

Our reg­u­lar sup­port groups will be held on Sep­tem­ber 13, 15, 20, 27.
We are hiring Admin
If admin­is­tra­tion and IT are up your alley, and you are look­ing for a full time job where you can use your strengths, click here and apply today.
Low Beer 2021
Low-​Beer Memo­r­ial event: Racism, Diver­sity and Men­tal Health
For the 2021 Low-​Beer event, Dr. Myrna Lash­ley, Renate Betts, and Shyam Pil­lai will address the intri­cate rela­tions between racism, diver­sity and men­tal health from both their pro­fes­sional and lived experience.
Octo­ber 14 at 7pm
Online on Google Meet
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The McGill Uni­ver­sity Health Cen­tre is not affil­i­ated with AMI Québec; shared for infor­ma­tion pur­poses only.

Last Updated: Wednes­day, 08 Sep­tem­ber 2021 20:17