On any given year, one in five Canadians will experience mental illness or addiction.
Thirty-two-year-old Glen Kurti, who started as a volunteer with The Salvation Army, happens to be one of them.
After years of highs and lows, and struggles with relationships, Kurti was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder and credits The Salvation Army’s Healthy Homes Program in London, Ont., for the support he’s received during this difficult and challenging time.
“It’s a no judgement, safe zone. People here have daily struggles. It’s a […]