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Sat, Apr 29

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Hamilton

Grand "Opening" and Panel Discussion

As a private healthcare clinic we have been offering essential services as a team for the last three years. Like other front line workers, we have been working very hard through the pandemic, and we never had the opportunity to have a Grand Opening.

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 Grand "Opening"  and Panel Discussion
 Grand "Opening"  and Panel Discussion

Time & Location

Apr 29, 2023, 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Hamilton, 97 James St N, Hamilton, ON L8R 2K6, Canada

About the event

In March of 2020 Carly found a space that she felt she could call home. We all know what happened that month and no one could have prepared us for what the next 3 years would entail.  In May 2020,  Carly took the leap and moved her practice to 97 James Street North. The doors opened to client's in-person and online  July of 2020 and the first two team members joined her in September of 2020. The last 3 years have been an amazing experience of growth, connection and learning.  As a team we have been working tirelessly to keep up to the increasing need for services and we never had the opportunity for a grand opening.  

We want to take this opporunity to invite you in, share our space, get to know us and hear our story.

As a private facility we are very of the barriers to using our services. Although we know that mental health care should be  100%  free for all, we recognize that our health care isn't quite there yet.  

 

This afternoon will include a panel discussion : Essential Healthcare in a Private World: The Hidden Cost of Mental Illness

Join us and hear from our team of professionals as we host this important panel. As clincians we have all come to work in this sector for a reason. As a Collaborative, Clinical Practice we have connected because we have a shared passion for helping meet people where they are. This panel will include the history of CCP and why Carly founded and started in the field, discussions about trends in mental health and barriers to getting help along with stories of hope. 

We look forward to seeing you there. 

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