CMHA Lethbridge Received a donation from St Francis Jr. High School Santa Store Sales “The Canadian Mental Health Association, Lethbridge Region (CMHA) was exceptionally honored to be chosen as the recipient of the Team 109 Classroom of St. Francis Junior High School Santa Store proceeds this year”, said Executive Director Deb Chenery. “We are also pleased to announce that the funds will go directly to help those less fortunate in this community”.
CMHA operated the first Housing First Team in the City of Lethbridge as part of its efforts to end homelessness.
The organization now operates a number of other Housing First services including the HomeBase Centralized Intake Services, Castle Concierge Supported Living, Community Outreach which focuses on those with very complex needs and most recently, the Diversion Outreach Team (DOT) and Homelessness Prevention Services.
As part of this organizations dedication to end homelessness in Lethbridge, CMHA has partnered with the Heart of Our City and Downtown BRZ Clean-Sweep Program in providing lunch for their workers five days a week. “This lunch program is wholly dependent on donation and fundraising efforts of the organization, and the donation from St. Francis Junior High School will go directly to support this most worthy lunch program”, says Executive Director Deb Chenery.
We wish to thank The Team 109 Classroom of St. Francis Junior High School for their generous donation of $1000.00