CBC ran a news item yesterday about our new program that provides Stonehenge addiction counselling directly within the Guelph Court system. This pilot program is funded by the Proceeds of Crime Front-line Policing Grant, a federal program that re-invests seized criminal assets back into local police services in order to fund community safety initiatives. The article can be read here and features our very own Kerry Manthenga, Clinical Director of Community Services. The article was coupled with an interview on CBC Radio. Great job Kerry!