“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.”
“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)
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.
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.
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.
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.
What’s Happening at New View
A comprehensive education course for families dealing with serious mental illness.read more
In Celebration of Mental Health Awareness Week, New View is hosting a FREE Community Breakfast! Everyone is welcome! Saturday, May 13, 2017 from 8:30 – 10:30 AMread more
New View is being funded under the Canada Summer Jobs program to be able to hire four people for Temporary/Full time for (1) Facility Maintenance/Health Care Worker, (2) Clubhouse Assistant – Mental Health Worker, and (1) Administrative Assistant. The applicant must be registered as a full time student in Post-secondary education and will be returning full time in fall 2017.read more
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is the help provided to a person developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis.
Thurs. Jun 1 & Fri. Jun 2, 2017
Early Bird Rate – $150.00
Sign-up by May 8, 2017
After May 8 – $175.00
Port Coquitlam, BC – New View Society announced today that it will be hosting an Open House event at its Community Mental Wellness Centre on January 25, Bell “Let’s Talk” Day.read more
Port Coquitlam, BC – New View Society is pleased to announce that Louise Jolicoeur and Darrell Roemer have won the 2016 Bhayana Family Foundation Awards for Dedication and Leadership respectively! Awarded by United Way of the Lower Mainland, these awards recognize and celebrate the extraordinary contributions by frontline workers at United Way funded agencies.read more
New View Society is featured in the Tri-City News for our Fundraising efforts through the Aviva Community Fund! See the article here!read more
On the 19th of September, 2016, New View Society celebrated its first Staff Appreciation Day. Kay Swalwell, who is one of our founders, and a current member of the Board of Directors, felicitated those of our colleagues who have served New View Society and its members over the past 10, 20, and 30 years.read more
New View Society is a proud participant in the Amanda Todd Legacy Society’s annual “Light Up Purple” campaign on World Mental Health Day on October 10th, 2016. World Mental Health Day is observed on October 10 each year with the objective of raising awareness of mental health issues all around the world.read more
New View Society is proud to announce that we have now reached the voting stage for our application for funding for our PEER: People Encouraging Everyone’s Recovery program from the 2016 Aviva Community Fund! VOTE NOW!!!read more
Communications Overhaul in Progress …
Please help us today! Our computers in our Members’ Communication Room are very outdated and unable to run new programs. We are fundraising to purchase 7 new computers and monitors. The vast majority of our members do not have a home computer at their place of residence. This area of our Clubhouse is heavily used. It provides the opportunity to learn new computer skills, access the internet, search for employment, and keep in touch with family and friends. To support us in upgrading our Communications Room please click on the DONATE NOW tab below and make a “General” donation.