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History

1971-1975

Co-op homes established for discharged Kingston Psychiatric Hospital Rehabilitation Unit clients

1976

Friends of Kingston Psychiatric Hospital incorporated to oversee the co-op homes program

1983

Name change to Kingston Friendship Homes

1990

Housing Registry launched

1997

Assertive Community Treatment Team created; closure of Kingston Psychiatric Hospital

1998

Sponsorship of Family Resource Centre

2000

Development of Crisis Team, Court Diversion, Case Management, Job Readiness/Friendship Enterprises programs

2001

Name changed to Frontenac Community Mental Health Services (FCMHS)

2005

Service Agreement signed with Options for Change (OFC) Addiction Services

2006

Opening of Lennox & Addington Addiction and Community Mental Health Services (LAACMHS)

2011

Merge with OFC; name change to Frontenac Community Mental Health and Addiction Services (FCMHAS)

2015

Amalgamation with LAACMHS; name change to Addiction & Mental Health Services KFLA (AMHS-KFLA)

2017

Rebranding and establishment of Regional Back Office for 3 AMHS agencies in SE Ontario: AMHS-KFLA, AMHS-HPE and LLGAMH