“I never thought I’d say this in a million years but I have a great life that I am very thankful for. New View has really helped to make that possible”

Michelle.  (Page 64 of Celebrating 40 yrs book)

“New View Society gave us back our daughter and a relationship with her once again. I will always be thankful to New View.”

(Page 53 of Celebrating 40 yrs book)

“New View helped me with housing, employment and gave me support and encouragement. They kind of are like family, supporting, encouraging and loving.”

John (Page 58 of Celebrating 40 Years Book)

About New View Society

There was a need, we had to do something

We strive to support our members in all areas of life: Housing, Employment and Social Recreation through our supported housing, independent living, and rental assistance programs.


Upcoming Events

Come live, laugh, love life with us.

There are many great ways to get involved with New View Society – Make a donation, Become a volunteer, Become a society supporter, Join our team, Hire our social enterprises.


The Clubhouse

Welcome to our member's home.

Our Clubhouse is designed to create a healthy environment where individuals recovering from mental illness can achieve the confidence and skills necessary to reach personal goals.



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Work – a vital part of recovery.

At New View Society we understand the challenges our people face in finding meaningful employment. Our Social Enterprises (operated directly through our Clubhouse) provide our members with flexible and inclusive employment in a caring and supported environment. Find out how you can partner with us in support of Social Enterprise in your community.


Social Enterprise

What’s Happening at New View


The New View Podcast

New View has started a podcast series which aims to discuss a lot of popular and important topics surrounding the mental health discipline. Our first episode is on Employment and... read more


The New View Society is supported by:  Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund & Coquitlam Foundation, Port Coquitlam Community Foundation, and Port Moody Foundation. Their generosity is allowing us to improve our virtual program offerings, improve and expand our outdoor space for in-person programming, and purchase resources to offer programming in outdoor community spaces during this COVID-19 challenge. ... read more

Annual Report 2020

Another year has passed so quickly! To check out what we were up to take a look at our Annual Report for 2020.      Annual Report... read more

October 8th Virtual Trivia

Introducing virtual trivia with Justin, happening every Thursday at 1 PM! Use the link provided on the poster to access the live feed: https://tinyurl.com/nvtrivia20 Come test your knowledge among your... read more

COVID-19 Response

For the most recent updates on our services, please visit our Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/newviewsociety

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New View Society is Just Singin’ Round on March 3, 2020!

                                                  Synergy Collective Society presents Just Singin’ Round – a unique showcase benefiting New View Society. Come experience an evening of musical magic featuring some of Canada’s most talented singer/songwriters, and share a meal with the New View Family. Support New View in supporting some of the Tri-Cities’ most vulnerable. When: 6pm-10pm Tuesday, March 3, 2020 Where: Vancouver Rowing Club, 450 Stanley Park Drive, Vancouver, BC V6G 3E2 We will be offering a complementary coach (bus) from the Tri-Cities to the venue and back again.  Please let us know if would like to be included on the bus and we will send more details. BUY... read more

Mental Illness Awareness Week

In recognition of Mental Illness Awareness Week we are sharing with you a piece written by a very talented individual that we are fortunate to have in our circle The Art of Change Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time – Thomas Merton This first week in October is Mental Illness Awareness Week. It’s a week dedicated to spreading awareness of mental health issues, and a time to help dismantle the stigma surrounding mental illness. People often tell me that the stigma surrounding mental illness isn’t what it used to be – years ago. And I think this is, for the large part, true. Attitudes surrounding mental illness have greatly improved as the mental health movement has propelled forward. And people generally are more understanding of mental illness than they were years ago. But stigma is still a barrier, and a source of discrimination and conflict today. Over a hundred years after the birth of modern psychiatry, people still view mental health issues with hesitancy, distrust, skepticism, and general closed-mindedness. People often ask me why I think stigma still exists, despite so many breakthroughs in our progressive understanding of mental illness. And I think there’s a few reasons for this. Firstly, change happens slowly. This doesn’t just apply to social change or changes in attitudes… but in all areas of life, change is a slow progression. It’s a series of small steps that grow incrementally larger and continue indefinitely. That’s just the way it is. Nothing happens overnight. Secondly, I think that stigma is engrained in our culture. Look at today’s art, for... read more

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