By Matthew McCully – On Monday afternoon, L’Éveil de Brome-Missisquoi used the occasion of Mental Health Week to announce new services complimenting the organization’s mission to support community members recovering from mental illness. Founded in 1995, L’Éveil, an autonomous community organization, has been offering an alternative in mental health that helps users with a recovery-oriented approach for close to 25 years. Yesterday’s announcement launched the new services available at L’Éveil, focusing on four trajectories: employment, education, social participation and social insertion. See full story in the May 7 edition of the Brome County News.
By Matthew Mccully