Return2Hope Group Therapy

New group therapy program aimed at enhacing mental wellbeing in the Welland community.
Group photo at the Welland Public Library with The Hope Centre banner
The Hope Centre is proud to announce that we recieved multi-year funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) to expand our Return2Hope counselling program by offering free group therapy sessions aimed at enhancing mental wellbeing in the Welland community.

At The Hope Centre we recognize the importance of creating a supportive community where individuals can share their experiences, gain insights, and learn from one another. Through these group therapy sessions, we aim to foster a sense of belonging and empowerment among participants as they embark on their journey towards mental wellness.

By having a presence in the community we can assist people with mental health services. Our group therapy sessions are held at the Welland Public Library, Main Branch at 50 The Boardwalk. The library is accessible to all and is the perfect location for our group therapy sessions.

Our Return2Hope group therapy sessions are facilitated by experienced mental health professionals trained in evidence-based approaches, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and interpersonal therapy.

The group therapy sessions started in April 2024 and will run weekly until the end of June 2024 and will restart again in the Fall of 2024. These sessions are offered on a drop in basis, no commitment is required.

Weekly Group Therapy Sessions
Tuesdays 11:30 am – 12:45 pm
*No commitment required 

Welland Public Library, Main Branch
50 The Boardwalk (located in City Hall)

Age 25+ years
A resident of Welland, Wainfleet, Fonthill or Port Colborne

To register contact our Return2Hope counsellor
(905) 788-0744 ext. 252

The Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) is an agency of the Ontario government with a mission to build healthy and vibrant communities across the province. Last year, OTF invested more than $110M into 1,044 community projects and multi-sector partnerships. Projects aim to enhance economic well-being, foster more active lifestyles, support child and youth development, provide spaces for people to come together and connect, and create a more sustainable environment.