These peer support groups can help people with BPD and their loved ones.

  • Ami Quebec– Offers free drop-in online support groups for family & friends of people with BPD once a month.
  • Borderline Personality Disorder Society of British Columbia – offers free online peer support groups for people with BPD and their loved-ones.
  • CMHA Well-Being Learning Centre – Provides education and peer support opportunities to people with mental health related issues looking to speak to someone with lived experience.
  • Emotions Anonymous – supports individuals with emotional difficulties in their efforts to live more manageable lives.
  • Inspire Community Outreach Inc. – Provides 3 in-person support groups for a fee: teen resilience, children, & parents.
  • Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba – offers online and in-person peer support groups for various mood disorders and demographics. Many people with BPD have co-existing mood disorders or common symptoms with mood disorders.
  • Peer Connections Manitoba – offers Peer Support for family members or friends caring for someone with mental health or substance use challenges through their website and at the Winnipeg Crisis Response Centre.
  • Project: Micah House Whole Action Recovery Peer Support (204-772-1037) – supports people who experience both chemical dependency and psychiatric illness.
  • Sashbear Foundation – raises awareness about BPD, emotional dysregulation, and suicide (mostly in Canadian schools) and offers the free NEA-BPD “Family Connections Program” peer support group.

BPD AMI will start offering online peer support groups as well as peer support group meetings in person in Manitoba. If you are interested in participating, please send us an e-mail by clicking here.