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Central Lambton FHT Expanding Mental Health Services in Petrolia article published on Mar. 16, 2016. Article in full pasted below.
Stephanie Chaves,

Local Mental Health Services Expanding

A new walk-in site in Petrolia will provide mental health services to local youth.

St. Clair Child and Youth Services has teamed up with the Central Lambton Family Health Team to provide the clinic at the Englehart Health Park site.

St. Clair Child and Youth Services Executive Director Sue Barnes says this is one of four new walk-in sites made possible due to additional provincial funding recently announced.

She says the partnership is part of the agencies expansion into rural Lambton.

The walk-in therapy clinic offers quick access to a single session of services for families with children from birth to 17-years-old.

Click here to access the article on BlackburnNews website.