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Mental health building becomes a reality

Community partners, politicians, hospi- tal sta!, local contractors and foundation donors gathered onOctober 9 tomark the o"cial beginning of the construction of the Addictions and CommunityMental Health co-location project. !ere are seven services that will make themove to the newMcConell Street build- ing, with occupancy projected to take place in October of 2016. !ese services include Addiction Services, Assertive Community Treatment Team, Adult Counselling Treat- ment Services, Children’s Mental Health, Mental Health Crisis Team, Psychogeriatric Services and CommunityWithdrawal Man- agement Services. !ese services currently operate on 3 di"erent sites in leased spaces in the city of Cornwall. !e Cornwall Community Hospital (CCH) identi#ed the need for a new service delivery model that addresses the concept of integra- tion as a means of delivering coordinated, timely, e$cient and client-focused services. “Having all community based services under one roof will help with access and transfer from one program to another,” explained Jeanette Despatie, president and CEO of the CCH. During the October 9 ceremony, which #ttingly took place at the end of Mental Ill- ness Awareness Week, the Cornwall Service Club Council announced their $250,000 commitment to the project. “We think mental illnes, especially chil- dren’s mental illness, is an important grow- ing cause to support. We strongly believe in the well-being of children living in this com-

Due to the rainy weather, the ceremonial shovel in the ground was performed indoors. Pictured are Erin Killoran of the Hospital Foundation, Chris Markell of Bourgon Construction, Marvin Plumadore, vice-president of the Service Club Council, MPP Jim McDonell, Hospital CEO Jeanette Despatie, city councillor Maurice Dupelle, Prescott-Russell MPP Grant Crack, and warden Eric Duncan.

munity and we are proud that our council is working together locally to turn this vi- sion into a reality,” saidMarvin Plumadore, vice-president of the Cornwall Service Club Council. !e new building will be one level over 23,000 square feet and will be constructed by Bourgon Construction together with lo- cal sub trades. Expected occupancy is fall of 2016.

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