Peer Support Group

The Peer Support Group(s) are for anyone identifying as a Black and/or racialized individual living with mental health challenges and looking for support from a group of empathetic peers. Please see the multiple groups CWCLN hosts below.


These groups are hosted through the Zoom platform phone and/or video group chat and will include at least one facilitator and other participating peers.

How To Participate


Virtual ACB Peer Support is hosted on Mondays.


You will receive an email with the group chat login information by 11AM the day of the call.


NOTE: If you are signing up on the day of the group you wish to attend, please sign up before 11am. Registration is not monitored between 11am and 1pm and when a support group begins (1pm).

The Virtual BIPOC Peer-Support Self-care Oasis group is a Peer Support Group for  women and femme identifying as BIPOC (Black Indigenous People of Colour) living with mental health challenges and looking for a place to share and discuss experiences, explore new tools together in a safe environment as a way of empowering and supporting each other.

group of ethnically diverse women

How To Participate


The Virtual BIPOC Peer-Support Self-care Oasis group is hosted on Fridays.


This group will be offered online via Zoom by CWCLN. Individuals will be able to join using the video and/or the phone functions. The facilitators are trained peer-supporters.

It’s A Vibe  – Youth Peer Support group is a one-of-a-kind peer group exclusively designed for BIPOC women and femmes between the ages of 18 and 35. A space for creative self-expression and caring conversations.

its a vibe web photo

How To Participate


The Virtual Youth Peer Support Group is hosted bi-weeekly on Wednesday evenings


This group will be offered online via Zoom by CWCLN, individuals will be able to using the video and /or phone fuctions. The facilitators are trained peer supporters