Sponsors

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Sponsors

Crossroads Children’s Mental Health Centre sincerely appreciates support from corporations and foundations who believe in our mission to work with children and their families struggling with severe emotional, behavioural and social difficulties. Many of our sponsors have been supporting us for years, and without their generosity some programs would not be available to families in need.

unitedway

United Way Ottawa helps to create a better life for everyone in our community, and focus their efforts on the biggest social problems facing Ottawa. They direct resources where help is needed the most and where it will have the greatest impact.

United Way Ottawa funds the Tapp-C/Police Referrals program at Crossroads. Without this funding this service would not exist.

Tapp-C Police Referrals clients are referred for services by the Ottawa Police and Fire Services. These children have typically shown an unhealthy interest in fire, and/or broken the law. It is essential that these children receive treatment as early as possible to avoid future involvement with the criminal justice system.

ottawa

Thank you to Ottawa Public Health for providing us with funding for our Brief Services.  This helps a lot with any service we provide of short duration, and our Mental Health Walk-in Clinic.  All Brief Services are provided by our Child and Family Therapists and our Senior Child and Youth Workers.

Thank you to Joule, a Canadian Medical Association (CMA) subsidiary designed to assist physicians in the pursuit of clinical excellence, for your very generous donation.  It has increased our capacity to deliver Infant and Early Childhood mental health services.

Association for Registered Interior Designers of Ontario, Eastern ON Chapter

St. Theresa Catholic School Teachers

Friends and Family of Michael Beausoleil

Thank you to all! We hope that you remain involved with Crossroads Children’s Mental Health Centre, and together we will continue to make a huge difference in the lives of children and families in the Ottawa region.