TEACH (Teach, Empower, Advocate for Community Health)

Type of Service

Peer/Self Help

Program Description

The TEACH Program (Teach, Empower, Advocate for Community Health) is a consumer-driven recovery based service providing peer facilitated workshops and groups (Managing Anxiety, Mental Health Recovery, Self-Esteem, Concurrent Disorders, checkpoint, seniors TALK, Peer Support and Group Facilitation Training). Workshops and groups are offered throughout the Region of Halton. T.E.A.C.H. also provides community presentations and promotes advocacy against stigma. Staff hold professional designations (social work, nursing, peer support) and also have contended with mental health and/or addiction issues in their lives.

Access Information

Self-referral through the website, families, service providers and health care professionals.

User Costs

Program Cost No
Additional Cost No

Referral Contact Information

Phone 905-338-4123
Toll-Free 844-216-7411

Clients Served

Gender All
Age 16 and up
Catchment LHINs: (Mississauga Halton)
Wheelchair Access Yes


Policy Allowed
Note No smoking inside the building.

Application Referral Forms


English Interpretation Services


Main Hours

Tuesday 0900-2000
Wednesday 0900-2000
Thursday 0900-2000

Hours of support vary based on client need. Some groups available in evenings and on weekends.