The Humboldt Broncos and Partners Family Services have created a partnership to ensure that wrap around supports for mental health are in place for the organization.

Hayley Kennedy the Executive Director of Partners Family Services and Mark Popovic The Director of Personal Development and Leadership for the Humboldt Broncos talked about the importance to have multiple people in any organizations for others to be able to talk to if dealing with any mental health.

"We want to make sure that people are aware that there are supports that are available to them." We believe in a model of what is needed, when it's needed, and where it's needed." , said Kennedy.

Popovic added, "I'll be here supporting the players in any capacity that they want from on-ice development to development of their leadership skills and just who they are as people."

The Partners Family services has been operating in Humboldt for 18 years and are available on a 24-hour support line @ 306-682-4135

 

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