Niagara Falls Mental Health Clinic for Youth Opens
The Niagara Falls Hear and Now Mental Health Clinic opens its doors for the first time on Thursday, July 4.
The walk-in clinic will operate on Thursdays from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and provide counselling from a Pathstone Mental Health technician for children up to the age of 18.
The clinic is located inside the Niagara Falls Community Health Centre at 4790 Victoria Ave. The site joins five other walk-in clinics Pathstone Mental Health in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls, Port Colborne, Fort Erie and Welland.
There is no appointment needed, no cost, and a health card isn’t required...
Niagara Falls youth promote mental wellness among teens
Celeste Turner sits in a chair and runs her forefinger from one hand up and down the digits on her other hand.
"Inhale, up," she says. "Exhale, down." The group before her mimics her relaxation techniques.
"Feel the weight of your body sink down in your chair," said Turner, youth program facilitator with Niagara Falls Community Health Centre. "Imagine your breath just wipes out any thoughts in your head. Your head is a big, empty space."...
'Community is the key word' for Niagara Falls Community Health Centre
NIAGARA FALLS — You can’t blame Henri-Louis St-Martin for beaming just a little.
While the executive director of the Niagara Falls Community Health Centre is immensely proud of the centre’s new home in the former Canadian Tire building on Victoria Avenue, he’s ecstatic over what the larger home means to the services it provides to the surrounding community.
“Community is the key word. It’s a really accessible place,” St-Martin says of the new centre...
High visibility health centre boosts downtown redevelopment
You could say the Niagara Falls Community Health Centre was one of the best-kept secrets in downtown Niagara Falls. Not anymore.
The multidisciplinary centre, which offers a wide array of medical, social and community programs to people for free, held its official opening at its stunning new location on Victoria Avenue on Wednesday and it proved to be a huge hit with the big crowds taking advantage of tours of the completely renovated former Canadian Tire building...
The Niagara Falls Community Health Centre will move to its new, larger location by the end of the year.
The centre’s executive director Henri-Louis St-Martin said the move to the new building at Victoria Avenue and Valley Way, from the current site at Queen Street and St. Clair Avenue, is scheduled for the second week of December.