Opportunities to build stamina and experience in a structured administrative, and kitchen work environment with pre-vocational learning and on-going vocational support. Transitional and supported employment opportunities in the community are explored for adults with histories of major mental illnesses, and social support and wellness activities are available for members some afternoons and evenings, one weekend day per week and most holidays.
Supports people in their vocational pursuits. This includes helping individuals find and keep jobs that are aligned with the individual’s interests, values, skills and abilities. Services include preparational activities offered through the Chinook Program, Transitional Employment, volunteering in the local communities and participating in employment skills building classes; foundational learning and support is provided through Job Seeking and Job Development Services (informational interviewing, resume development, application process, interviewing skills, job coaching , on going support) and Career Development through Supported Education.
Wellness and Recovery Education Team
Wellness programming is open to all adults and includes wellness orientation, wellness coaching, skills classes and workshops covering the nine domains of wellness: physical, social, emotional, spiritual, occupational, cognitive/educational, community involvement, financial and creativity. Most classes are time-limited and there is a conscious intent not to duplicate classes offered in the community, but rather to support people to access community resources.
Our qualified, dedicated team of professional are interested in helping you feel your very best. Whether it's through relaxation or meditation, physical activity, spirituality, social connectedness, or a myriad of other offerings, we offer classes and programs to meet you where you are in the process of recovery.