The wheels on Six Nations Health Services’ purple bus go round and round to help those in need

Brody Thomas, manager of mental health and addictions services at Six Nations Health Services outside the new bus aimed at making the road to recovery for those with addictions or mental health needs easier by making programs more accessible. (Photos by Victoria Gray)

By Victoria Gray Writer The first step is always the hardest. Walking into a building to ask for help with addictions or mental health concerns is a very difficult step and a daunting one on the road to recovery and one Six Nations Health Services wants to make easier and more welcoming. Brody Thomas, manager of mental health and addictions services at Six Nations Health Services wants to ensure people who need help don’t have to walk in the door. Instead, they can just spend time on the new Health Services Bus. “We always talk about how hard it is for people to take that step to walk through those doors because of the stigma,” he said. “So, with this, we can reach out, we can meet them where they…

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