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Chigamik's social prescribing program helps people pursue, find their passion

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This article discusses the new social prescribing service at Chigamik Community Health Centre in Midland, which focuses on holistic health by connecting people to community resources such as exercise, art, music, and spiritual activities. After a successful one-year pilot involving 300 participants, Chigamik continues the service, emphasizing mental, spiritual, and physical health. The service addresses issues like loneliness and isolation, especially post-COVID, and is supported by various community partnerships and grants. Click HERE to read the full article.

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    Gisele Winton Sarvis

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    Jul 05, 2024

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