** GROUP SCHEDULE (DETAILED) **

Guests and Family/Support persons are always welcome to attend.  Occasionally at our meetings we have a varied program such as a guest speaker or a hobbies night.

In addition, we normally meet at Angel’s Diner (Wellington & Gordon near Franco’s Barber Shop) and Diana Downtown (near the Wellington Building) on different Thursdays (see detail below) for lunch — For those who are able, we then go for a walk afterwards (weather permitting), finishing up at approximately 3pm.


PLEASE NOTE: WE MEET AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH AT 255 WOOLWICH STREET (near Hakim Optical).

Enter at the side entrance and make your way down the hall to the Church Parlour

Meetings are still 7 to 9 pm; the format of our meetings has not changed, just the location.

This new location is FULLY ACCESSIBLE


  • Thursday June 7 — Lunch at Angel’s (Near Wellington & Gordon near Franco’s Barbershop) for a lunch, a social  outing and perhaps a walk (weather permitting). We gather at Diana’s at 1 pm.

  • Tuesday June 12 — Regular Support Meeting at First Baptist Church (255 Woolwich Street in the church parlour) 7 to 9 p.m.; Tonight we welcome Robin Smart as our guest speaker — she will be speaking about dementia and mood disorders; anyone suffering from a mood disorder as well as the family and friends that support them are welcome.

  • Tuesday June 19 — Regular Support Meeting at First Baptist Church (255 Woolwich Street in the church parlour) 7 to 9 p.m. Anyone suffering from a mood disorder as well as the family and friends that support them are welcome.

  • Thursday June 21 — Lunch at Diana Downtown (Near the Wellington Building at the crosswalk on Wyndham Street) for a lunch, a social  outing and perhaps a walk (weather permitting). We gather at Diana’s at 1 pm.

  • Tuesday June 26 — Regular Support Meeting at First Baptist Church (255 Woolwich Street in the church parlour) 7 to 9 p.m.; Tonight we welcome Mary Crome from Hope House as our guest speaker — she will be speaking about the various programs offered by Hope House; anyone suffering from a mood disorder as well as the family and friends that support them are welcome.

  • Tuesday July 3 — Regular Support Meeting at First Baptist Church (255 Woolwich Street in the church parlour) 7 to 9 p.m. Anyone suffering from a mood disorder as well as the family and friends that support them are welcome.

 

 

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

 United Way Guelph Wellington Dufferin

 

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