Good Mental Health News: Eastern Health to Reopen a Revitilized LeMarchant House

LeMarchant House is both a mental health centre and part of Eastern Health's Mental Health and Addictions Program,

Lemarchant House is a community-based mental health centre, revitalized and reopening on March 10th, “thanks to the generosity of the Health Care Foundation’s supporters and donors.”

LeMarchant House is both a mental health centre and part of Eastern Health’s Mental Health and Addictions Program. It provides services for adults experiencing: anxiety and depression; bereavement and loss; fears and phobias; interpersonal relationships; childhood sexual abuse; anger control, decreased self-esteem; communication; and addictions combined with other mental health concerns.

Individuals may call the Central Intake line directly for more information, self-referral, and screening: 752-8888. Physicians and other health professionals can fax (752-6852) or email a referral to Central Intake using the Eastern Health Mental Health and Addictions Referral Form.

LeMarchant House is not a walk-in: participants are seen by appointment only, and it is therefore not deemed “appropriate for people who are dealing primarily with addictions; actively psychotic, and/or actively suicidal.”

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