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Our Health - Community Mental Health & Addiction Support, Now and Into the Future<a href="/Shared%20Documents/Events/Our%20Health%20-%20June%2023.jpg" target="_blank">Event Poster</a>6/23/2020 11:30:00 PM6/24/2020 1:00:00 AMOur Health - Community Mental Health & Addiction Support, Now and Into the FutureLong before COVID-19 landed on our doorstep, an existing crisis continues to threaten the Healthcare system and exhaust our front-line defenders. While not contagious like a coronavirus, the ever-increasing number of people struggling with mental health disorders and addictions takes a devastating toll on available resources throughout the region. Recent studies have estimated that 10% of our population consumes upwards to 2/3’s of the province’s health care resources. The majority of people in this group face significant life challenges. Many struggle financially to make ends meet; don’t have a permanent home; or are alone without a personal support network. Others are burdened with a chronic illness, mental health challenges, or are dealing with some form of addiction. Some have multiple, life-threatening disorders. Thanks to the presence of dedicated, front-line support personnel, including crisis counsellors, social services, police and medical professionals, many will receive the necessary support and successfully make it through to the other side. Our panelists have the experience and qualifications to provide a unique insight to what is currently available to assist the most vulnerable in our community and how these support services are evolving to be even more effective in the years to come. By ensuring necessary resources are available to immediately address mental health disorders and addiction issues, we will all benefit from a healthier community in which to live. This event will broadcast LIVE at 730 PM on June 23 and will be available on Rogers tv channel 53. For those with smart phones, tablets or computers with a Wi-Fi connection, you can view online at www.rogerstv.com/midland. Click on the "Watch Now Window” on the left-hand side of the screen. This link works from anywhere in the world and does not require a Rogers subscription to access. Information on how to submit questions for the speakers, download the event brochure and other important details will be available in regular promotional updates from the MCC and Our Health Facebook where you can also join the event group. Please share the information about this exciting new LIVE event with your friends, families and colleagues. Because the MCC is currently closed, no registration is required. Previous Our Health videos are available on demand at Our Health Videos 0On RogersTV/Rogers Live Stream
Cancelled - Georgian Bay Garden Tour<a href="http://www.georgianbaygardentour.ca/" target="_blank">Event Website</a>7/11/2020 1:00:00 PM7/11/2020 8:00:00 PMCancelled - Georgian Bay Garden TourSaturday, July 11 marks the 26th annual community garden tour. This self-guided tour of beautiful local gardens also features works of art by Canadian artisans. Proceeds from ticket sales are donated to Hospice Huronia. Email info@georgianbaygardentour.ca0North Simcoe Communities (Midland, Penetanguishene, Tay & Tiny)

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