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Careline Clinic highlights role of arts, culture and heritage

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The event was attended by the Acting US Consul General, Will Stevens, and Neal Turner from the US Embassy in Cape Town.

Careline Clinic celebrates Africa Day. Pictures: Supplied

CARELINE Clinic Private Psychiatry Hospital in Kimberley commemorated Africa Day this week under the theme ‘The Year of Arts, Culture and Heritage: in the year of Charlotte Maxeke’.

Careline spokesperson Yvette Lucas said the initiative was driven by the clinic’s strong belief that the arts, culture and heritage play a vital part in the healing and recovery process of its patients.

The event was graced by the presence of the Acting US Consul General, Will Stevens, and Neal Turner from the US Embassy in Cape Town.

Careline Clinic and Folang Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Facility also celebrated five years’ of operations this year.

Lucas said the institution focuses on healing the mind and the soul through specialised psychiatry, psychology, occupational therapy (OT) and social work services.

“Our 68-bed private psychiatry hospital and 20-bed substance abuse rehabilitation facility are well equipped and resourced to support your family members on their healing journey,” said Lucas.