Caregiver Group

Registration for January is now open! Mental illness is a ‘family affair’; it takes its toll and affects your own experience. Does this sound familiar? This group may be for you…

Resources for the digital age

AMI has YouTube and SoundCloud channels, both available 24/7. Find all kinds of mental health information.

Treatments for Mental Illness

A variety of treatments exist for mental illnesses. Learn about them at a free workshop!

Types of Mental Illness

Learn about the various types and characteristics of each mental illness and how they can be treated at this free workshop.

Acceptance & Letting Go

This workshop looks at how we grieve mental illness and the associated losses; how we can adjust our hopes and expectations and accept what exists in the present moment.


Infographics are an easy way to learn. These facts may surprise you.

Guide for Caregivers

If you have a loved one who is living with mental health challenges, this free guide can help YOU.

It’s hot out there! How to take care of yourself and your loved ones

In order to protect yourself and those you are caring for from the heat, here are important suggestions.

Canadian Disability Tax Credit: Is your relative eligible?

If you have a loved one living with a disability (including mental illness) and you are worried about their financial stability now and in the future, this presentation can help! Click the image below to watch and learn.

Presented by Jean Claude Benitah, AMI’s Past President and Chair of the Advocacy Committee, on November 24th, 2015.

The application can be a daunting task, but if eligible, your relative may also be entitled to other benefits. This includes the Registered Disability Savings Plan, testamentary trust, and/or tax savings on income earned (if your relative is employed).

For the most up to date information on these credits, please contact the Canada Revenue Agency or Revenu Quebec.

For more information on securing your loved one’s future, click HERE.

Spotlight on Support Groups

Did you know that AMI offers an average of twelve support groups every month? They are free!