Salvus Clinic is recognized provincially as a leader in peer-support work and we are very proud to work closely with our Peer Support Specialists.
Our last training was held in January 2017. Currently those trained are working with mentors in the community and are excited to be able to give back to the community. We would like to thank WA Action for providing funding to help us train the peers.
In partnership with United Way, Salvus Clinic manages two Peer Supportive Housing (PSH) buildings which provide housing with on-site support to tenants who experience issues with mental health and chronic homelessness. Tenants for PSH must be eligible to receive housing under the rules for the Department of Social Development and must agree to pay a portion of the rent and work towards recovery with the staff. Currently Salvus works closely with the Housing Review Assessment Team (HART) to identify individuals with high needs who might benefit from peer supported housing.
If you have diabetes and need help with managing your illness, a diabetic educator visits the clinic monthly and can help you. Call the clinic for an appointment.
Salvus Clinic is a key partner in this federally funded program, an initiative that seeks to help individuals exit the sex trade through stable housing and support for mental and physical health. Connect with Jen Fredericks to find out more.
In partnership with AIDS Moncton, Salvus Clinic distributes and collects needles for individuals who have issues with substance use.
Salvus Clinic, with funding from GSC, is helping clients navigate health and community systems. Using a holistic approach to assess needs and strengths, the clinic staff is ready to help people start on their road to recovery.