Raise money for The Mental Health Network
The Mental Health Network of Chatham-Kent (formally Chatham-Kent Consumer and Family Network) first began in 1996 as a group of family members who loved someone living with schizophrenia. Its goal was to provide support and education to families facing similar experiences. We began with a $30,000 budget and a small office with a part time employee.
In 2006, we became an incorporated non-profit charitable organization. We were approached by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care to take on a “consumer” component offering therapeutic recreation, support groups, public education, peer support, systemic advocacy, referrals and educational classes. We also offer daily health and wellness groups. The Mental Health Network receives most of its funding from the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. The MHN augments its funds with fundraisers, grants and donations.
The Mental Health Network follows a Hope and Recovery model. Our board of directors, staff, membership and volunteers believe that all things are possible.
|May 29||Wheatley Area Public School||$94.85|
|May 26||Larissa Jackson||$22.00|
|May 26||Harold Pankrac||$250.00|
|May 25||Justin Babkirk||$50.00|
|May 25||Bryan Halls||$5.00|
|May 12||Lori Gunn||$20.00|
|May 11||Carissa Hodgson||$120.00|
|May 11||Margaret Chappell||$265.00|
|May 11||Jeanne Kirkland||$40.00|