Peer Supports

TEACH is a peer support initiative for individuals (age sixteen and older) who have or experienced mental health or substance use challenges and have interacted with the mental health systems.
TEACH helps individuals in their personal recovery using a recovery philosophy and providing peer-led and peer-developed programs. Programs are offered across the Mississauga and Halton regions.
TEACH is committed to using a person-centered, recovery based approach.

 For more information on progams and services offered by TEACH please visit our website at

Centre for Innovation in Peer Support

The Centre for Innovation in Peer Support provides system support to organizations who have peer staff, through training, implementation, evaluation & research, capacity building, knowledge brokerage, and quality improvement.

 To learn more about the Centre for Innovation in Peer Support, please visit our website at


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