Gentle Path Counselling Services is always looking for volunteers to help facilitate our many events and initiatives. If you would like to become a volunteer and support mental health care accessibility, send an email to Marketing@GentlePathSJ.com or call 652-PATH.
Mental Health Care does not get the attention it so desperately needs. Often we hear that the barriers far outweigh the growing need. This is something we are working to improve.
“Action for Accessibility” is a fundraising effort to provide much needed mental health services for people who otherwise wouldn’t have access to it. Everyone. Fully or partially subsidized appointments. Everyday.
We also offer pro-bono counselling sessions. Everyday.
Gentle Path can’t offer these low or no-cost options without grants, fundraisers and generous donors.
We are asking you to consider a gift to Gentle Path’s “Action for Accessibility” fundraising drive. You aren’t giving money – you are giving accessibility to someone who needs it. Full or partial gifts are greatly appreciated right now.
A community issue needs a community solution. Please consider taking “Action for Accessibility”. HERE
The restrictions are over.
The effects are not.
If you have a teenager, or know someone who does, you know these young adults have had to navigate the pandemic under ever-changing and extremely isolating conditions.
Plus, they need to watch their grades, plan post secondary education, manage relationships and anxiety, and navigate social media.
Gentle Path’s goal is to once again offer valuable group programming for teens who are struggling from the effects of the pandemic. A safe place to talk and share. We can’t afford NOT to.
Our thanks to Yard Cards KV. We are so fortunate to have a community that supports Mental Health Care accessibility!
Join “On A Roll” by clicking HERE.
And visit Yard Cards KV for your next event!
Congratulations Andrea Cyr for purchasing a ticket and winning this awesome prize!
“Drag Me to Bingo” was a huge success!
Gentle Path Counselling Services thanks the many supporters who joined us for our event on March 19th.
A special shout out to Justin Toodeep, Dia Monde and Crusty Aunt.
All proceeds from this event, and 50/50 ticket sales will go toward mental health counselling for our 2SLGBTQQIA+ community, and for gender-based violence initiatives.
Give a HUG to someone you love! Guaranteed to brighten your day whether you give, or receive! Reserve yours HERE.
Or – pick up instantly by stopping in to The Feel Good Store. We cannot express how grateful we are to have a Community Partner like The Feel Good Store.
Visit Anne at 89 Germain Street to get your $15 Hugs for Hope rings and make a difference for Mental Healthcare Accessibility!