Programs & Support
AMI-Quebec offers a wide menu of programs and activities to help you better cope with the challenges of mental illness in your family. Some programs are for caregivers only, while others are mixed and welcome both caregivers and individuals with a lived experience of mental illness. Some of our programs are available across Quebec (via telephone or internet), and all take place in Montreal.
Support groups do not require registration, but many workshops do, and participation is on a first-come, first-served basis. This section of our website details our various programs and how to access them. Please click on the blue links below for more information. In many cases you can determine what’s the right program for you and register on your own (using the registration forms on program pages or by calling us at 514-486-1448).
If you aren’t sure which program is right for you, we can guide you. To help us steer you in the right direction, you can fill in the form below or call us at 514-486-1448 (1-877-303-0264 outside Montreal). One of our team members will be in touch.
BPD for Families
We offer education sessions for families living with Borderline Personality Disorder.
Meeting with a counselor can help you manage your relationship with your afflicted loved one.
Our annual events include the Low-Beer Memorial Lecture and Montreal Walks for Mental Health.
Hoard No More!
An intensive program for people who have too much stuff.
Weekly mindfulness sessions.
Including Recovery, Communication, Creative Expression, Coping Skills, and more.
Presentations are offered to schools and community organizations giving an overview of mental illnesses, warning signs and coping strategies. A volunteer speaker tells their story on overcoming mental illness.
An average of 12 support groups are held each month for family, friends, and people living with mental illness.
Held over the telephone, teleworkshops feature an expert speaking on a specific topic and a Q&A open to all participants.