About Us

OUR MISSION STATEMENT

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 WILL BE MOVING TO 10 CARDEN (SHARED SPACE),

ACTUAL ADDRESS: 42 CARDEN STREET EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2018, BESIDE ERIC THE BAKER.

Meetings are 7 to 9 pm.

This new location is FULLY ACCESSIBLE.

 

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  • 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 main 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 99 (Mainline). 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 CRA Registered Charity and an Ontario Not-For-Profit Corporation

  • CRA 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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