OHSWEKEN — The Ontario government is expanding access to mental health and addiction services at Six Nations with an investment into day treatment for addictions and substance use treatment.
A total of $144,400 was invested by Ford’s conservatives as part of an additional $176 million across the province to help fund critical mental health and addition supports during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brant County also received $160,000 for detox services and withdrawal management searches.
“We are keeping our promises as a Government to help the most vulnerable in our Province,” said Brantford-Brant MPP Will Bouma. “By funding these vital services, we are bringing the services to the people that need them at the community level and we will continue to make mental health and addictions a focus for the people of Brantford-Brant and Ontario as a whole”.