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Brain Injury Association Quinte District

Site: Belleville

Service: Peer Support Mentoring Program

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Contact Information
Office Phone 613-967-2756
Toll Free Phone 1-866-894-8884
Fax 613-967-1108
Primary Executive Carol Vincent, Peer Support Coordinator
Address & Map
223 Pinnacle St
Belleville, ON K8N 3A7
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Physical Access Fully Accessible
Description & Services
Description (Service) The Peer Support Mentoring Program for people living with ABI connects an individual who is a "veteran" in living with the effects of Aquired Brain Injury (ABI) with a "Partner" who is coping with a similar ABI-related situation and is in need of support from a knowledgeable friend * available to survivors, family members or unpaid providers of care * Mentor/ Partner matches are based on similar experiences, demographics and personal interests * offered through local brain injury associations all over Ontario, making it possible to participate wherever they live * can be a great way to support efforts towards recovery, and complements professional services * Mentors and Partners talk by phone or email so they can arrange a convenient time and can participate from their own homes.
Hours Mon-Wed 9 am-2 pm
Areas Served Hastings County ; Prince Edward County
Eligibility Must have sustained a brain injury or have a family member, partner, or friend who has sustained a brain injury
Application call for application
Languages English
Fees None ; Must be a member of BIAQD association
Bus Route Notes Belleville Transit Map
Other Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Funding United Way
Date Updated 29 Sep 2017
Service Categories Adult Mentoring Programs ~ Brain Injuries

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