Providing over 20 years of recovery-oriented mental health peer support in Sarnia-Lambton.
Peer support is a supportive relationship between people who share lived experiences. LMWC provides a safe & accepting environment where peers can offer mutual support, guidance, encouragement & hope that recovery is possible.
Lambton Mental Wellness Centre offers
two types of programming:
Peer Support Program:
On-site social recreational programming as well as daily support groups.
Lambton Family Initiative/Family Support Program:
Family support groups & NAMI family education program
Meet and sustain the mental health needs for all of Sarnia/Lambton through education, social recreation, peer support and partnering with other local agencies and health care professionals ensuring mentally healthy people in a healthy society.
Nurture Mental wellness and support individuals with lived experience as well as their family members, caregivers, and friends.
STATEMENT OF VALUES
Advocacy/Social Justice: We are committed to removing barriers and discrimination that impact the quality of life, and supporting equitable access to resources so that people can fully participate in society.
Self-Determination: We support individuals’ rights to make decisions that affect their lives.
Integrity: We value honesty, confidentiality, and ethical behaviour.
Inclusion & Collaboration: We are committed to working with our community to achieve responsive and accessible services for all.
Excellence & Accountability: We are committed to using our resources efficiently and effectively to ensure the highest possible standards of governance and services.
Mental Health Peer and Family Support Programs