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A grant of Twenty Five Thousand ($25,000.00) dollars from the Sarnia Community Foundation will play a major role in helping the Consumer Survivor Association maintain it Open Doors programmes and build on its goal of assisting those living with a mental illness in our community find hope and healing.

“The Open Doors Centre is a place where mental health clients and their families can meet and obtain the support they need to work through the process of recovery,” says Sabrina Rocca, Executive Director Consumer Survivor Association Lambton. “This money will allow us to work further in the area of suicide prevention and support families that have been affected by providing more of the peer supports that are needed. We know peer support works and being able to provide a safe and secure environment for our clients will truly make a difference.”

Funds Keep Doors Open