New Family Support Group

Mental Health Family Support Drop-in Group:

Family Support Groups offer a safe and supportive space for family members and friends to share, ask questions, and connect with others who are supporting loved ones with mental health challenges.

Where: FAIR main office – 2079 Columbia Ave in Trail

When: 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month – 6-8pm

Contact: Lisa – LMelenka@trailfair.ca or 250-364-2326 ext 225.

Click here if you would like to download a poster for this group.

 

We’re Hiring…

The Trail FAIR Society is seeking an experienced Adult Group Educator to co-ordinate the Bridges for Women program in conjunction with the Greater Trail Community Skills Centre.  Groups run twice per year, for 10 weeks each session.

The Co-ordinator is responsible for promoting the program, screening applicants and delivering the Lifeskills portion of the curriculum.  This position is approximately 18 hrs per week for 20 weeks per year.

Click here for the complete posting, which closes Tuesday Sept 5th.

Latest CCRR Newsletter

Looking for great summer/early fall ideas to share with your children?  Curious about upcoming parenting workshops?

The CCRR Newsletter is a great source for timely craft ideas, activities and great articles and is published 4 times per year.  Click here for the July/Aug/Sept 2017 edition.

NEW Building Healthy Relationships group

Beginning Sept. 26, Trail FAIR Society will be offering Building Healthy Relationships, a weekly, 8 session group for adult women. Topics will include self-esteem building, boundary setting, effective communication and much more.

It will run every Tuesday, at the Trail FAIR office, from 9:30-noon.

Any women who are interested can call Sherri or Geri-Lynn at 250-364-2326 to register.

 

Crisis Line Training

The Interior Crisis Line has a few openings for Volunteers.

Potential volunteers will receive training and supportive mentoring to hone their skills and build confidence.  Applicants should have a supportive, non-judgmental attitude and be able to set personal boundaries.

Please download the application form which can be found here .  Completed forms should be dropped off, faxed, or mailed to our Columbia Ave office, or may be scanned and e-mailed to the Crisis Line co-ordinator using the Contact form on our About Us page.