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Personal and community wellness go hand in hand. That’s why our Gardengate Horticulture Program was designed with both in mind.

Gardengate is a space of healing and recovery for individuals living with addictions or mental health conditions. Through activities in the garden, we’ll support you to work towards personal goals such as healthy eating, active living, or vocational training.  Build skills and confidence as you grow and harvest food for yourself, and for the Kamloops community.


Want to know if the Gardengate Program is for you? Go through this short list to find out.


You can sign up as a participant if:

  • You have an addiction, or a mental health condition, and
  • You are interested in Gardengate programs


You can sign up as a volunteer if:

  • You are interested in volunteering
  • You are interested in gardening
  • You are interested in supporting other program activities

Program News.

Gardengate May Plant Sales

Certified organic bedding plants grown by Gardengate participants and volunteers! Things to know: Orders are PICK UP ONLY. There will be no shipping or delivery (some things on the website we have...

Gardengate Virtual Grand Opening

You're invited to the virtual grand opening of the Gardengate Training Centre! The expansion project of the Gardengate Training Centre is finally complete. The program had been operating out of a...

Gardengate January Update

New Gardengate Facility - Spring 2021 The Gardengate program has been working towards completion of a new facility since its groundbreaking in September 2020. The program has been operating out of a...

Getting Started.

Contact Us

Contact us to set up a tour of the garden.  You can phone or email us directly, or ask someone to arrange the tour on your behalf.

Tours are about 20 minutes, and by appointment.




Enjoy the tour and ask questions. If you decide the program is right for you after the tour, we will give you some paperwork to fill out.

You can take the paperwork away with you to complete on your own or with support from another person.



Once you have completed the paperwork, call us to set up your first shift.

We will work with you to find a day that works for you. Program shifts are 3 hours long, and start at 9 a.m. or 12:30 p.m.



Contact Us.


915 Southhill Street
Kamloops, BC
V2B 7Z9
T: 250-554-9453
F: 250-554-9402

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