Crescent Point supports new addictions treatment centre

A donation has been made on behalf of Crescent Point Energy to St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation.

The company has given the foundation $10,000, which will be designated to help fund programming and counselling materials at the new addiction recovery centre at St. Joseph’s Hospital. The centre opened earlier this fall.

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“We are so grateful for the support that we have received from Crescent Point Energy. This donation will be a huge help in the new addiction recovery centre at our hospital,” said Breanne Van De Woestyne, executive director of St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation.

“We approached Crescent Point Energy through their grant program earlier this year. They were excited to be able to make a donation that will directly support this new department.”

Crescent Point Energy has been a great supporter of St. Joseph’s Hospital with their 10-year naming rights agreement of the emergency department at the hospital to go with their support for the treatment centre. 

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