Peer Support

Connecting with others who understand your experience can be incredibly helpful.

Our trained Peer Supporters draw on their experience with eating disorder recovery, providing non-judgmental encouragement and support through our groups and individual mentoring.

All our Peer Support programs are free. A diagnosis or referral is not needed. Whether you have been living with an eating disorder, or are concerned about your relationship with food, eating and/or your body, we are here for you.

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Peer Support Groups

Ages 17+

Our peer support groups are welcoming, pro-recovery spaces to share strategies and challenges in a supportive environment. These virtual groups are facilitated by our trained Peer Mentors. Register once, then join whenever you’d like.

The Young Adult Group (ages 17-25) meets on Wednesdays at 8:00 pm Atlantic Time.

The Adult Group (ages 18+) meets on Thursdays at 7:00 pm Atlantic Time.

The 40+ Group (ages 40+) meets on Tuesdays at 8:00 pm Atlantic Time.

The Trans+ Group (Ages 17+) meets on Thursdays at 8:00 pm Atlantic Time.

Individual Mentoring

(Ages 14+)

Connect with someone who has been there. We will match you with a trained Peer Mentor for one-on-one recovery support. Meet on your terms, go at your own pace, and explore what is important to you.

Need help? Have any questions? Please contact us.

Family and Friends

Peer Support Group

This group is led by parent Peer Supporters and is open to anyone in Canada who cares for someone with an eating disorder – family, partner, or friends. We aim to create a safe space for peer-to-peer sharing, education, and hope for all folks supporting a loved one through recovery. We meet virtually from September to June on the last Tuesday of the month. For more information, contact Anne Marie Coolen at 902-473-9659 or register now.

Our next meeting is scheduled for
Tuesday, September 24, 2024
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm AST
Meetings are confirmed by email.