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  1. Trained youth mentors provide support through digital communications to young people across Canada affected by Huntington disease.
  2. Provides an opportunity for young adults with varying degrees of hearing loss to connect, offer peer support to each other and to become active members of their communities.
  3. Therapeutic CounsellingProvided by: Family Service PEI - AKA: Community and Family Services
    Provides confidential counselling for individuals, couples, families, and people struggling with infertility.  Examples of concerns that can be addressed in therapy include: Stress, anxiety or depression Family or romantic problems Parenting Becoming assertive...
  4. Therapeutic CounsellingProvided by: Family Service PEI - AKA: Community and Family Services
    Provides confidential counselling for individuals, couples, families, and people struggling with infertility.  Examples of concerns that can be addressed in therapy include: Stress, anxiety or depression Family or romantic problems Parenting Becoming assertive...
  5. Support network for youth who are bullied. Assistance offered 24/7 by phone, email, and text.
  6. Maintains online directories listing many of the self-help groups that operate in PEI. Peer support options are available for individuals and their families or friends through a variety of groups that focus on: Addictions Family support Grief and grieving Iden...
  7. Post-Secondary Peer SupportProvided by: CNIB Foundation - PEI - AKA: Formerly Canadian National Institute for the Blind
    Group provides participants with the opportunity to meet with their peers to share tips about coping in a post-secondary setting and everyday life. Includes guest speakers and information about services that may benefit participants, such as assistive technolo...
  8. LivingOutLoud.lifeProvided by: Canadian Virtual Hospice - AKA: Portail Palliatif Canadien
    Online forum where young adults and teens living with advanced illness share insights and tackle difficult topics with honesty and humour. Includes topics such as: Relationships Sex and fertility Daily life Decisions Self