The Recovery Transition Program (RTP) is an innovative program of services delivered by trained patients – called Peer Mentors – that was designed to help patients and their family/caregivers find appropriate support and services within the community following treatment. The program provides one-on-one peer support, workshops for patients/family, and access to Resource and Information Centres that facilitate work and educational development. The RTP was developed via collaboration among patients, families, and staff in order to meet gaps in mental health care. It was created with the belief that those who live with mental illness and/or addictions are often best equipped to give hope and encouragement to others with similar struggles. Read more about our mission.

Covid-19 Alert

“The RTP program is committed to continue helping patients throughout Covid-19. As such, we are conducting all services on an online basis to keep our community safe during the pandemic.”

The Rainbow Chat is a 4-week discussion group for those who identify within the LGBTQIA2 community. A variety of topics surrounding identity and mental health (i.e., navigating the healthcare system, wellness, resilience) will be discussed. The group will also explore strategies to discuss LGBTQIA2 issues with health care providers.

Facilitators: Rhiana and Matthew

Time: Thursdays 3PM to 4PM

Where: RTP Conference Room (P2.010) at the Allan Memorial Institute
Dates: June 16 to July 7, 2022

Come join us!

Please see the RTP June Newsletter for more information about the workshop or contact RTP Coordinator at: patricia.lucas@muhc.mcgill.ca


 

How Healthcare Providers connect with Peer Mentors (referral form)

For more information and the referral form, click here.

 


 

How to become an RTP Volunteer

For more information about becoming a volunteer, contact Patricia Lucas.

 


 

How to become a Peer Mentor

Want to become a mentor?

For more information about becoming a peer mentor, contact Patricia Lucas.

 


 

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