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If you are in recovery or dealing with mental health issues it’s essential to have some understanding of the importance of meetings. We have compiled a few links of different types of meetings that you can attend. Some of these are 12-step programs, and some are not. We suggest that you try as many types of meetings as you can to see which format or group is a better suited to your beliefs.  Because these programs could not exist without a community of people supporting each other, the importance of meetings cannot be understated. The only official requirement a desire to stop using. We are constantly working to improve our list. Feel free to contact us if we have missed out on any meetings that would be a benefit for people in recovery or wellness.

  • Durham Region, Ajax, Ontario. Thursdays @ 7:00-8:00 PM. Pickering Village United Church located at 300 Church St. N Ajax, Ontario. For more information, email: or visit


  • Guelph, Ontario Thursdays @ 7:00-8:00 PM. Meetings are held at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 161 Norfolk Street, Guelph Ontario. Please ring the door bell. For more information, contact Sarah or


  • Nanaimo BC, Canada. Mondays @ 1:30 PM. Country Grocer (upstairs Board Room), corner of Bowen Road and Dufferin Cresent (1800 Dufferin Cresent), Nanaimo BC. For more information, contact Janice at 250-618-2078 or


  • North York, Toronto, Ontario. None at this time. If interested in starting a meeting, please email:


  • Cowichan Valley Area, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Mondays @ 6:30 PM in Cobble Hill. Please come and join us on our journey through Recovery and a Pathway to Freedom. For more information, email: Joley Baker at or call 250.929.7898 or 250.709.2199.


  • Victoria, British Columbia, Balancing Act Started April 9th! Thursdays @ 5:30 PM to 6:45 PM at 4349 West Saanich Rd, in back of the Frederic Ozanam Centre. Please ensure you park in the back of the Centre and not in tenant parking.  For more information, email:

  • There are currently 6 meetings in Canada for Eating Disorders Anonymous. To find out more information about the meetings, please click here.

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