Transitions to Communities is a personal and professional skills development program for those who are experiencing obstacles reintegrating into employment with a physical and/or mental disability.

Transitions to Communities aims to provide the direct supports needed to address participants’ emotional and physical challenges, with a focus on employability skills, mental well-being and peer support.

Participants will develop specific skills and abilities to assist them in living satisfying, hopeful and meaningful lives.

Transitions to Communities can help you:

Develop employment skills to obtain employment or return to school


Understand and maintain positive well being


Foster healthy family and social relationships

Learn about and find support through peers

“These proud Canadians need to know that when their service to our country has concluded, we are there for them. They need to know that they are not alone.”

– The Honourable Kent Hehr, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence

Project Locations

Choose the city closest to you to register for the program.

We are here for you.

Following completion of the workshop, participants and graduates will continue to hold Peer Support Meetings at the project sites to develop and maintain a support network where they can share their experiences, successes, challenges, knowledge and lessons learned.

The Mood Disorders Society of Canada is a proud member of the

Program Partners