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Face Off for Mental Health and the St Clair Child and Youth Services
Submitted By Amanda Madere on Wednesday, November 7, 2018
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As you have likely noticed, we at Sarnia Hockey are very passionate about The Face Off for Mental Health campaign that was started by the St. Clair Child and Youth.  For the month of November, we will be flooding the rinks and our social media with information, pictures and stories of the youth in this community, and other communities across Lambton. 

It is our hope that our hockey families will take the month to educate themselves, and others about the struggles that 1 in 5 children and youth have.  Our rinks are a safe place to talk, to listen, or to just be. 
Who are the St.Clair Child and Youth and what do they do?  Please CLICK HERE for more information about the services they offer, and to learn about what they do.

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