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Community Mental Health

Community Partnerships

We strive to make therapy as accessible as possible to all community members

Non-Insured Health Benefits


This program provides eligible First Nations and Inuit client with coverage for a range of health benefits that are not covered through other social programs, private benefit plans, or OHIP.​

Reach out to us prior to booking an appointment. Your therapist can submit prior approval to NIHB for funding.

Jordan's Principle


Jordan’s Principle is named in memory of Jordan River Anderson. This program makes sure all First Nations children living in Canada can access the products, services and supports they need, including but not limited to mental health supports.

Visit this site submit a request or to learn more. Please reach out to your therapist for an invoice and letter of support if needed.

Victim Services Temiskaming & District


Our practice is part of The Victim Quick Response Team (VQRP+), which is a funded program to support direct victims, their immediate family members, and witnesses in the immediate aftermath of violent crimes. They provide short-term financial support with essential expenses in order to lessen the impact of the crime, enhance safety, and meet immediate practical needs arising from the commission of the crime. Learn more on the Victim Services website.

Kirkland Lake Chamber of Commerce


The Kirkland Lake District Chamber of Commerce started in 1946, and has supported local businesses by providing marketing and communication tools, and education for professional growth. 

The Kirkland Lake District Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization made up of volunteers. The objectives of the Chamber of Commerce are to promote the civic, commercial, industrial and agricultural interests in the area.

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