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“My name is Jackie and I’m a psychiatric nurse within Marymound at the Youth Addictions Stabilization Unit (YASU). I always knew that I wanted to help people and being exposed to mental health issues within my close friends and family group, it was something that I felt quite passionate about. Making connections with clients or …Read More
“My name is Dahee and I am a nurse with the Youth Addictions Stabilization Unit (YASU). I have been a nurse for three years and I have been working with Marymound for almost three years. I’d initially decided that I was going to become a psychiatric nurse because I have had a lot of contact and …Read More
In honour of International Harm Reduction Day on May 7, 2022, we’d like to introduce you to Derrick, a paramedic at Marymound with a passion for harm reduction work. “My name is Derrick and I am a primary care paramedic working for Marymound on Pelletier Hope Centre (PHC), full time on the night shift. I …Read More
We are so excited to share that we’ve launched a 50/50 raffle, Marymound’s Funds For Fun! Click here to buy tickets Proceeds from this draw will go directly towards supporting summer activities for the youth Marymound supports. This includes swimming lessons, trips to the beach, canoeing, fishing and other fun activities. Marymound is a youth …Read More
In 2017, concerned parents Chad and Lana Taylor spoke with the principal of Marymound about their son Ashtyn who was struggling with behavioural and learning issues in the public school system due to his autism.Read More