What is Laing House?
Laing House is a peer support organization for youth ages 16-29 with a primary diagnosis of psychosis, mood disorder and/or anxiety disorder.
Can anyone come to Laing House?
Only youth aged 16-29 with a diagnosis of mood disorder, psychosis or anxiety are able to come to Laing House, but if you are looking for support, please visit our resources page.
What is the difference between the Laing House Association and the Laing House Foundation?
The Laing House Association oversees the programming ad operations at Laing House, while the Laing House Foundation’s purpose is to raise funds in support of Laing House and engage community volunteers. The Foundation is able to focus on continuing a stewardship of donors’ funds and fiscal responsibility, while the Association is able to focus on the support and needs of members, ensuring program excellence.
Where are you located?
We are at 1225 Barrington Street in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Do people sleep at Laing House?
No, no one sleeps at Laing House. We are a drop in centre, however if you needed somewhere to sleep, we can try and point you in the right direction.