Face Off for Mental Health and the St Clair Child and Youth Services, News (Sarnia Hockey)

PrintNews Article
Click to view full-size image
Face Off for Mental Health and the St Clair Child and Youth Services
Submitted By Amanda Madere on Wednesday, November 7, 2018
1 in 5

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.

This article has been viewed 364 times.
News ArchiveOther Recent Articles
  • 12
    Jan
    Organization
    At the September 14, 2020 regular meeting, Sarnia City Council directed staff to develop an R-Zone Policy and consult with the public for application in all city recreation programs and facilities, and return said policy to Council for consideration ...
  • 01
    Jan
    Organization
    Attention all Sarnia Hockey Families: Session 3 is currently on hold and will remain on hold until the provincial lockdown has been lifted for Lambton County.  Please keep checking the website for updates.  Thank you.
  • 02
    Dec
    Organization
    The Hockey Canada Assist Fund has been providing financial aid to families in need across the country so children can participate in our great game. They are very pleased by the positive response to this initiative and an extremely large number of ...
  • 28
    Nov
    Organization
    Please note the following important information from Alliance Hockey in regard to non-sanctioned hockey events: With the recent announcement from the GTHL suspending operations until January 1, 2021 there has been an influx of Non-Sanctioned ...
  • 17
    Nov
    Organization
    The Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund is a $1 million fund dedicated to helping Canadian youth return to hockey during and after COVID-19. It will provide up to $500 per player in registration fee subsidies to approved applicants registered with ...
  • 16
    Nov
    Organization
    This morning, local hockey hero and retired Firefighter Rick Fraser passed away after a lengthy and courageous battle with Cancer.  Sarnia Hockey Association would like to offer their sincere condolences to Rick's family in this difficult time. 
  • 10
    Nov
    Organization
    Information Bulletin 2020-12 It is imperative that every ALLIANCE Hockey Member Association continues to be diligent in following their COVID-19 Return to Play plans.  
  • 07
    Nov
    Organization
    Session Two of the 2020/21 Season has begun! If you are a new registrant to Session Two and you have not heard from your coach regarding team placement and scheduling, please contact your Division Director.
Printed from sarniahockey.com on Wednesday, January 20, 2021 at 9:21 PM