All PCFC staff, volunteers, and board members have personal experience with the mental health or addictions systems, either directly or supporting a loved one. We understand what it is like to live each day being affected by mental illness.

The number one objective of the PCFC is ensuring that people living with mental illness and addictions have the best quality of life, both within the hospital setting and in the community.

The Council offers resource information, support, and education to service users, providers, and are contracted by a number of organizations, Waypoint included, to partner for system improvement both locally and at the broader regional/provincial level.