Fostering Wellness

A group for 18-25 year-olds interested in investing in their mental health and well-being.

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The Fostering Wellness Group is designed for 18-25 year-olds who are interested in investing in their mental health and well-being. The aim of the group is to help young adults attain and maintain mental wellness by taking a holistic approach to mental health. The hourlong group starts with a quick check-in followed by a group activity or discussion that will help us better care for ourselves.

There is no cost to attend. For more information, please contact Jenna Quint:  jenna@jacstoronto.org.

This group will begin on January 18th, 2023.

The Fostering Wellness Group is made possible in part through a grant from UJA Federation of Greater Toronto and its generous donors.

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Testimonials

Since opening in 2000, we’ve helped more than 10,000 families who have struggles with addiction.
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It’s heartwarming to see the work JACS does in our community up close. I watched as their professionals educated community members on addiction triggers and mental health obstacles, which ensured those in the audience they were not alone in their daily struggles. Never have I been able to see an organization’s impact so clearly in such a short period of time.
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After doing drugs for over 42 years I had had enough and desperately wanted to stop ! Now 3 years clean I still attend meetings at JACS. If I would have known that recovery is this good I would have done it a long time ago.
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I have become calmer and able to face challenges easier. During these COVID lockdowns and look to the meditation classes as the highlight of my day!
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I had long know I was a sex addict and didn’t know where to turn. My life had been unmanageable and I was not able to control my addiction. The first couple of COVID months were extremely isolating and hard for me. Finding distractions and projects was not a solution to my addiction. JACS is offering fellowship, support, structure, counselling, a safe open honest space and hope. I am grateful for the support and opportunity JACS offers.
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It’s heartwarming to see the work JACS does in our community up close. I watched as their professionals educated community members on addiction triggers and mental health obstacles, which ensured those in the audience they were not alone in their daily struggles. Never have I been able to see an organization’s impact so clearly in such a short period of time.

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JACS Client

After doing drugs for over 42 years I had had enough and desperately wanted to stop ! Now 3 years clean I still attend meetings at JACS. If I would have known that recovery is this good I would have done it a long time ago.

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I have become calmer and able to face challenges easier. During these COVID lockdowns and look to the meditation classes as the highlight of my day!

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Client

I had long know I was a sex addict and didn’t know where to turn. My life had been unmanageable and I was not able to control my addiction. The first couple of COVID months were extremely isolating and hard for me. Finding distractions and projects was not a solution to my addiction. JACS is offering fellowship, support, structure, counselling, a safe open honest space and hope. I am grateful for the support and opportunity JACS offers.