Canada’s Mental Health Association Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge, says it is “urgently” looking for a new space in Lindsay, Ontario for its REACH for Recovery Center.
REACH – “Recovery, Empowerment, Advocacy, Fellowship and Hope” – is a community-based daily program for people with mental health problems. The program promotes mental health restoration through educational programs that include exercise, peer support, art, music, and more to help them acquire the skills required to be participating members of their home and community .
This program helps individuals develop the skills necessary to be participating members of their home and community.
The program has been conducted in a building on Lindsay Street for the past seven years. According to CMHA, it was announced in November that the lease at the site will end on January 31, 2021.
According to CMHA HKPR, employees have been actively looking for a replacement room but have so far not been successful.
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“The REACH for Recovery team has been actively searching for a new area so that critical support and programming can continue into the new year without service maintenance being impacted by service interruptions,” said Christine Crough, manager, peer initiatives and employment support.
The CMHA encourages you to email Crough if you are a landlord or know of suitable vacant commercial space in downtown Lindsay.