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New Beginnings, ABI & Stroke Recovery Association

180 College Ave. N., Sarnia, ON, N7T 7X2
Telephone: 519-491-2668
Fax: 519-332-4486
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Web: www.newbeginnings-cksl.com
Executive Director: Sheila LeNeve

Current allocation: $47,500

New Beginnings, ABI & Stroke Recovery Association – Assists survivors and families of stroke survivors to return as close as possible to pre stroke health.

North Lambton Community Health Centre

West Lambton site
429 Exmouth Street, Suite 100
Sarnia, Ontario N7T 5P1
Telephone: 519-344-3017 
Fax: 519-344-7535 
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Exec. Dir.:  Kathy Bresett

Current allocation: $30,000

NLCHC - Opening Doors – The Opening Doors Program is a physical activity and healthy eating program for anyone over 18 years of age who is living with a mental illness.

Salvation Army

970 Confederation, Sarnia, ON, N7S 1A1
Telephone: 519-337-3011
Fax: 519-337-3528
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Web: www.salvationarmy.ca
Major: Mark and Nancy Braye

Family Services
Telephone: 519-344-1142
Fax: 519-337-3528
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Contact: Susan Platt

Current allocation: $65,500 plus Union Gas Energy Assistance so far in 2016 - $25,123

Salvation Army – Emergency assistance with Rent/Utility, Dental needs and Prescription Medication needs for families in Lambton County.   

Sarnia-Lambton Rebound

10 Lorne Cr., Sarnia, ON, N7S 1H8
Telephone: 519-344-2841
Fax: 519-344-8024
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Web: www.reboundonline.com
Business Manager:  Sarah McCann 

Current allocation: $93,300

Rebound – Variety of programs support young people aged 8-17 who are experiencing difficulties within families, school and/or the law.