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CRISIS RESCUE LINE PROJECT

The Argyle Institute is proud to launch our Rescue Line Project in response to the current health crisis. With the Rescue Line Project, you can benefit from up to 3 FREE tele-therapy support sessions with a licensed clinician for Covid-19 related reasons. Please submit your request for a free session by clicking the button below:

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Please see our COVID-19 FAQ and Info site in the main menu for general questions, references and information related to COVID-19 and pertinent mental health matters. 

To find out more about these projects and other Argyle services, you can calling us at 514-931-5629 ext.1 or emailing us at covid19support@argyleinstitute.org

If you would like to support the Argyle to continue to provide services like the Rescue Line Project, any contribution that you make will be matched with the help of CanadaHelps:Donate Now Through CanadaHelps.org!

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