Quest CHC hosts many different health and wellness programs. Group programming ranges from chronic disease management to mental health to health promotion. All groups are free. Some are for registered Quest CHC clients (e.g. Skills to Cope, Healthy You, and Managing Anxiety), while others are open to individuals from the community (e.g. Trans Youth Group).

Groups Open to Clients:

CLIENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE: The client advisory committee is an opportunity for clients to learn about Quest, share opinions and feedback, make a difference in Quest services, get volunteer experience and meet new people.

COMMUNITY TIES: Are you looking to become more social? Do you want to get to know your community? Drop in to chat with neighbours, get to know fellow Quest clients and take part in fun activities! These activities will be led by your suggestions and will include board games, trivia, crafts, bingo, and much more!

DIABETES LIFESTYLE: Join this group as a fun way to learn about new eating and living habits that can help with your Diabetes. Healthy lifestyle can help with your health and make you feel good about yourself. 

HEALTHY YOU: Are you looking to save time and money in the kitchen without scrimping on taste? Join this group to get tips and recipes to create your own personalized meal plans to get you through the week and even the month. 

HEART SMART: Join this group as a fun way to learn about minerals in your food that can lower your blood pressure and a healthy lifestyle that can help your heart and help you feel good about yourself.

MANAGING ANXIETY: Do you feel overwhelmed? Is anxiety preventing you from living the life you want? This 6 week group offers a variety of strategies to help you better cope with your fears and worries.

MIND OVER MOOD: Learn to think about yourself and situations in more helpful ways and change the thinking patterns, negative self-talk, and behaviours that keep you stuck.

SKILLS TO COPE: Does life often feel chaotic or unmanageable? Do you make impulsive decisions and have difficulty managing your emotions? Learn coping skills to deal with day-to-day life and difficult situations.

NOW & ZEN – MINDFULNESS FOR EVERYDAY: Do you want to learn mindfulness techniques? Learn how to observe thoughts, emotions, and other present moment experiences without judging or reacting to them.

SMART RECOVERY: Drop-in group to help you achieve a healthy, positive and balanced life and leave your addictive behaviours behind.

Groups Open to All Community Members*:

LET’S GET MOVING: Are you looking to add more activity to your life? Join us for drop-in sessions for fun, easy ways to get more movement in. For all fitness and mobility levels.

TRANS/GENDER-QUESTIONING YOUTH GROUP: This is a social support group for gender diverse youth aged 14-19 years. Come out and meet other trans and gender questioning youth for discussion, movies, guest speakers and snacks. Transportation is available.

TRANS & GENDER DIVERSE GROUP: This is a social support group for gender diverse adults aged 35 years and up. Come out and meet other trans and gender questioning individuals for discussion, games, snacks and more.

TRANSCENDENT FAMILIES: A gender affirming group designed for supporting caregivers and their gender diverse youth.

QUEST GAYMERS: This is a virtual group for 2SLGBTQ+ youth ages 14-19 who enjoy gaming and socializing with peers.

2SLGBTQ+ YOUTH SOCIAL: This group includes fun activities, discussion and snacks. For those aged 10-13 years.

2SLGBTQ+ ADULT DROP IN: This is a social group for 2SLGBTQ+ adults to have discussions and play games. This group is in partnership with Niagara Falls Community Centre and Brock Student Justice Centre and the location varies.

GENDER QUEST: A support group for adults in any stage of gender transition, including those questioning their gender, modeled after Sherbourne Health Centre’s Gender Journeys group.

HOT TOPICS IN HEALTH: A monthly drop-in session that  provides information on different “Hot Topics” in health as chosen by our clients. Topics could range from health conditions such as high blood pressure or diabetes to healthy behaviours such as sleep and mindfulness.

TGIF CAFE AND CONVERSATION: A bi-weekly drop in on Friday afternoons for anyone in the community. Coffee, light snacks and conversation.

*If limited space, priority will be given to clients of Quest CHC.

For more information about our groups contact 905.688.2558 ext: 297.

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