GHC in the News
Click the links below to view articles and stores of interest to The George Hull Centre.
October 2019 - Maclean's Magazine ranks The George Hull Centre as one of the top 20 charities in Canada for 2020.
March 2019 - The George Hull Centre for Children and Families Achieves CCA Accreditation
January 2019 - Blog Post by Susan Chamberlain, Executive Director of The George Hull Centre, shared on Canada Helps, "Mental Illness Doesn't Discriminate"
November 2018 - MoneySense, Magazine names The George Hull Centre as one of the top-rated 100 Charities for 2019.
September 2018 - Charity Intelligence, ranks The George Hull Centre as one of Canada’s highest rated charities.
June 2018 - Letter to the Editor to The Globe And Mail, "Kids’ unthinkable trauma"
May 2018 - Article on CBC's website, "As teens prepare to watch 13 Reasons Why, 1 school board is putting parents on alert"
March 2018 - Article on the Children's Mental Health Ontario (CMHO) webiste, "Toronto 5 Year Old Waiting 10 Months For Care"
February 3, 2018 - Award winning designer Jane Lockhart features her teams redesign of The George Hull Centre’s four family therapy rooms in her Toronto Sun column.
January 31, 2018 - The George Hull Centre’s four family therapy rooms were redecorated by award winning design firm Jane Lockhart Interior Design. The whole process was featured on The Marilyn Denis Show on Bell Let’s Talk Day!
December 8, 2016 - George Hull Centre named one of the top children's charities for 2016 by The Financial Post! The Financial Post - "Charities of the year 2016: Our annual report card on the good-deed doers worthy of your donations"
February 2016 - Huffington Post - "Exemplary Canadian Project May Change the Future of Kids’ Mental Health Care" The Highfield Community Enrichment Project is a Better Beginnings, Better Futures site located in north Etobicoke.
March 2015 - Inside Toronto / Bloor West Villager - "Child, teen anxiety among issues treated at George Hull Centre"
April 2015 - The Toronto Star - "How an alternative approach can keep families together in children’s aid cases"