About Us


The Mood Disorders Support Group of Guelph provides a safe place to share and learn for those with a mood disorder as well as the friends and family that support them.


Our purposes are:

    • To work with community partners
    • To meet and share experiences in support of one another
    • To Inform and educate ourselves, mental health professionals and the public
    • To eliminate discrimination and social stigma surrounding mental illness and mood disorders

PLEASE NOTE: WE MEET AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH AT 255 WOOLWICH STREET (near Hakim Optical). Meetings are still 7 to 9 pm and the format has not changed, just our location.

This new location is FULLY ACCESSIBLE.



  • The Mood Disorders Support Group of Guelph meets each Tuesday in downtown Guelph year round.  The meetings are located at 255 Woolwich Street (First Baptist Church in the church parlour), a fully accessible facility (see map) on the third floor in downtown Guelph  and begin at 7pm.  If ​​you are coming into downtown Guelph by public transit (http://guelphtransit.ca), there is a bus stop near London Road and Woolwich Streets for Bus routes 2A and 2B.  For other bus routes, there are bus stops in and around St George’s Square.  Our meetings are normally finished by 9 pm.
  • At each meeting, we discuss one or more topics relating to the challenges of living with a mental illness
  • Approximately once a month, we have a guest speaker.   This helps to educate us on  the many aspects of mental health and its care
  • Family members and loved ones of those affected with a mental illness are welcome to attend at any time
  • Our mailing address: P.O. Box 873 Guelph, ON N1H 6M6

  • Our email address: info@mdsgg.ca

  • For information, leave a callback number at (519) 766-4477


We are a Registered Charitable Organization with Revenue Canada

  • Registration Number: 83324 5582 RR0001




The Mood Disorders Support Group of Guelph is A Proud Associate Member of:


HomeToll Free: 1-888-486-8236

The Mood Disorders Support Group of Guelph receives ongoing funding from:

United Way Guelph Wellington Dufferin

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