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Community Health and Resource Centres (CHRCs)

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Programs and services for individuals and families from particular ethnic and cultural communities and who live in specific geographical catchment areas. Centres strive to ensure that programs and services are accessible to people facing barriers. Community Health Centres (CHCs) and Community Resource Centres (CRCs) may not have cultural interpreters on staff, but will access interpretation services for primary health care or in crisis situations. CHRCs have programs which serve clients regardless of immigration status in Canada.

Carlington CHC

Helps people increase control over and improve their health and the health of the community as a whole, and deals with a wide range of issues and concerns that affect health via their Medical, Counselling, Health Promotion and the Assertive Community Treatment programs. These programs include: workshops, drops-ins, support groups, community meetings, training, outreach, counselling, education, problem solving, advocacy and support for community initiatives. While most services are offered in both English and French, cultural interpretation is available and some groups are offered in other languages.

Centres de services communautaires de Vanier CSC

A multi-service, community-based resource centre, which recognizes the importance of responding to the diversity of needs within local communities and pays particular attention to francophone members of the community who are most vulnerable and at risk.

Centretown CHC (Health Services)

Provides a full range of quality health and social services to families and individuals via one-on-one services, personal development groups, and community level involvement. While most services are offered in both English and French, cultural interpretation is available and some groups are offered in other languages. Through active community engagement, the Centre strives to respond to local needs and deliver tailored services and contributes to the collective effort of improving individual and community health by addressing underlying conditions.

Centretown CHC (Social Services)

Provides a full range of quality health and social services to families and individuals via one-on-one services, personal development groups, and community level involvement. While most services are offered in both English and French, cultural interpretation is available and some groups are offered in other languages. Through active community engagement, the Centre strives to respond to local needs and deliver tailored services and contributes to the collective effort of improving individual and community health by addressing underlying conditions.

Eastern Ottawa CRC

Works in a progressive and collaborative manner to provide a wide range of supportive and empowering community services. This is achieved through the proactive efforts of a dedicated, client-centered and compassionate team who is committed to promoting a strong, healthy and equitable community.

Lowertown CRC de Basseville

Provides programs and services for individuals and families from particular ethnic and cultural communities and who live in in the Lowertown catchment area. Strive to ensure that programs and services are accessible to people facing barriers. Programs serve clients regardless of immigration status in Canada.

Nepean Rideau and Osgoode CRC

Helps vulnerable individuals and families lead better lives by providing free services and programs to a large, diverse and mobile community, especially Immigrant families, families new to the area, youth, and a growing seniors population.

Orleans-Cumberland CRC

Provides comprehensive neighbourhood-based facilities and services that meet the physical, emotional, social, economic and mental needs of the francophone and anglophone residents of Orléans-Cumberland and adjacent areas.

Pinecrest-Queensway CHC (Health Services)

Addresses broader social determinants of health such as access to primary health care services, employment, housing, education, building community capacity, health promotion, mental health and programs for children and youth. While most services are offered in both English and French, cultural interpretation is available and some groups are offered in other languages.

Pinecrest-Queensway CHC (Social Services)

Addresses broader social determinants of health such as access to primary health care services, employment, housing, education, building community capacity, health promotion, mental health and programs for children and youth. While most services are offered in both English and French, cultural interpretation is available and some groups are offered in other languages.

Rideau-Rockcliffe Community Resource Centre

A multi-service, community-based resource centre, which recognizes the importance of responding to the diversity of needs within local communities and pays particular attention to those members of the community who are most vulnerable and at risk.

Sandy Hill CHC (Health Services)

Provides a welcoming and inclusive environment that recognizes and affirms diversity of persons, enhances the quality of healthcare, improves relations with those who live and work in Sandy Hill and contributes to the improvement of the community’s health. Supports everyone regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, gender identity, age, socioeconomic background, language, religion, sexual orientation, and disability.

Sandy Hill CHC (Social Services)

Provides a welcoming and inclusive environment that recognizes and affirms diversity of persons, enhances the quality of healthcare, improves relations with those who live and work in Sandy Hill and contributes to the improvement of the community’s health. Supports everyone regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, gender identity, age, socioeconomic background, language, religion, sexual orientation, and disability.

Somerset West CHC

Helps the residents of West-Central Ottawa to achieve optimal health and social well-being. Special attention is given to those who have additional needs because of income, language, culture, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, family composition, disability or other factors and as a result have difficulties accessing primary health care or social services.

South-East Ottawa CHC (Health Services)

Works with the diverse community of South-East Ottawa and with partners throughout the region to provide and advocate for integrated, holistic primary health care, social services, community development and health promotion to foster a healthy, welcoming, diverse and safe community, promote healthy development of individuals and families, and enable community members to help one another.

South-East Ottawa CHC (Social Services)

Works with the diverse community of South-East Ottawa and with partners throughout the region to provide and advocate for integrated, holistic primary health care, social services, community development and health promotion to foster a healthy, welcoming, diverse and safe community, promote healthy development of individuals and families, and enable community members to help one another.

Western Ottawa CRC

Offers an array of community, health and social services and programs to benefit individuals of all ages in the Goulbourn, Kanata and West Carleton area and community support services to residents of Nepean.