>Knowledge sharing via various blog posts: https://www.leverger.ca/blogue
>Group interventions: Group interventions are at the heart of the Verger’s programming. Led and supervised by the workers from the Orchard, they pursue very specific objectives, in particular, to acquire new knowledge, develop new skills, break isolation, expand their social network, discover their potential in order to reclaim their power to act. .
>Different workshops are offered: Creative Arts, Health and Wellness, Anxio-management and Resilience.
>Individualized follow-up: Participants also benefit from individualized support at a frequency that adjusts to their needs.
>Variable Intensity Support (VIS): Aims at the development of skills and aptitudes related to life in society so that the person who benefits from it achieves optimal functioning in their environment. Supporting recovery, improving quality of life and providing better continuity of care and services to the person are the main objectives of this intervention.
Strenghts-based approaches to recovery.
>Group interventions: These take the form of workshops, normally given five days a week.
>Individualized follow-up: This personal approach takes shape from the development of an essential tool, namely: the action plan focused on the strengths of the individual. The person then begins a process of reflection and identifies, with his or her worker, concrete actions to be carried out in order to improve their quality of life.
>SIV: The meetings take place at home or in the individual’s living environment in order to facilitate learning and the maintenance of acquired knowledge and to promote the social integration of the person. A well-established individualized intervention plan in consultation with the person is the pivotal tool of this service offering.
>In collaboration with the OCÉAN organization.