OA (Over-eaters Anonymous)
Over-eaters Anonymous is a community of people helping and supporting each other in their journey to recover from compulsive eating disorders. Meetings are once a month, please contact the office for dates and times! All are welcome! The Echo Centre provides a safe place for anyone to come and join, new-comers are always welcome and encouraged to join.
The diabetic support group provides support to those who are transitioning into a life with diabetes, whether it’s themselves or a loved one. They offer tools and coping mechanisms to ease the anxiety and nerves of what their new life will look like. It is great for those who have been newly diagnosed with diabetes, or those who are struggling to maintain that life style. For many it is a key to managing their diabetes, all are welcome! Meetings are twice a month, and are held at the Echo Centre in the board room, please contact the office for dates and times.
Memory café is a support group for those who have been diagnosed with dementia and their family members. It offers a safe place to communicate about and cope with dementia. It is a wonderful way to learn how to adjust to life with caring for a loved one who suffers from dementia. We ask that people come in pairs, as it is for the one who suffers from dementia as well as their care takers. This support group is held once a month, please contact the office for dates and times.