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Get the latest scoop from our Winter 2020 Newsletter!

Our network has been bustling since the Fall, from welcoming new sites to sharing our knowledge on the international stage. We are excited to share with you our recent updates in our winter newsletter. Remember, if you want to stay up to date with our activity, then make sure to subscribe to our newsletter here.

Hot off the press – the 2018-2019 Annual Report is here!

You can now download our second annual report that highlights what has been going on in the project over the course of the 2018-2019 fiscal year. Have you been keeping up to date with all things ACCESS Open Minds? Want to see what we were up to over the last year? Well, you’re in luck!  This annual…

A new ACCESS OM space in downtown Sarnia!

It’s been a big week for ACCESS Open Minds: In case you missed it, a new ACCESS OM space is opening in downtown Sarnia! The new site will be located at the corner of Lochiel and Front streets in downtown Sarnia, and will be a mental health and addictions youth space for youth 11 to…

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In the Media

ACCESS OM Dorval-Lachine-LaSalle site featured in Montreal Families

ACCESS OM Dorval-Lachine-LaSalle (DLL) was recently featured on the “Montreal Families” website. Montreal Families, a free monthly newspaper for parents and caregivers, recently showcased the work being done by ACCESS Open Minds. They specifically highlighted the work being done at the DLL site which includes art therapy, group counselling discussions, advice on managing symptoms, and other…

A new ACCESS OM space in downtown Sarnia!

It’s been a big week for ACCESS Open Minds: In case you missed it, a new ACCESS OM space is opening in downtown Sarnia! The new site will be located at the corner of Lochiel and Front streets in downtown Sarnia, and will be a mental health and addictions youth space for youth 11 to…

Stories of troubled youth inspired Weir mental health campaign

Eight-time PGA Tour winner and 2003 Masters Champion Mike Weir says that  “eye-opening” stories of troubled youth in his hometown of Sarnia, ON is what led him to launch a fundraising campaign for a youth mental health facility. The Mike Weir Foundation announced The Chip-In-Challenge for Mental Health last month to help build an ACCESS Open Minds facility for youth…

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