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Somerset West Community Health Centre offers a wide variety of programs and services designed to meet the needs of our community. We offer services in Primary Care, Health Promotion, Families and Children, Mental Health and Addictions as well as Chronic Disease Management. A number of our programs are offered on an ongoing basis while others are seasonal or short-term. Please click any of the categories below to explore our current programs and services.

Community

  • African, Caribbean and Black (ACB) HIV Prevention Program
    HIV education and prevention services include outreach, support and capacity building to the African, Caribbean and Black Communities in Ottawa. Services available include prevention resources,... SEE MORE

    African, Caribbean and Black (ACB) HIV Prevention Program

    HIV education and prevention services include outreach, support and capacity building to the African, Caribbean and Black Communities in Ottawa. Services available include prevention resources, information materials, workshops, seminars, advocacy, peer education & speakers bureau to increase HIV awareness in the community.

    African, Caribbean and Black (ACB) HIV Prevention Program Brochure

    For more information call at 613-238- 8210 ext. 2291.

    African, Caribbean and Black (ACB) Community Health Symposium

    The African, Caribbean and Black (ACB) Community Health Symposium brings together organizations and groups that work with ACB communities to work towards the development of a formal network to increase the availability, accessibility and quality of family-centred, culturally competent health services for the ACB community in Ottawa. The followin is a short video on the 2013 ACB Health Symposium:

  • Good Food Box
    Boxes of fresh, seasonal fruit and vegetables grown close to home and delivered to the Eccles Branch once a month. Order your Good Food Box online or in-person and then pick it up at 55 Eccles St. on... SEE MORE

    Good Food Box

    Boxes of fresh, seasonal fruit and vegetables grown close to home and delivered to the Eccles Branch once a month. Order your Good Food Box online or in-person and then pick it up at 55 Eccles St. on the third Wednesday of the month!

    Boxes of produce are available in the following sizes:

    Fruit bag – $5

    Small box – $10

    Medium box – $15

    Large box – $20

    Organic box – $25

    How to Order

    Online at ottawagoodfoodbox.ca OR in-person at 55 Eccles St. (cash only)

    Orders have to be placed by the first Friday of the month!

    When to Pick Up

    Between 11:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on the third Wednesday of the month at 55 Eccles St.

    More info |  Contact Meagan Ann Gordon at magordon@swchc.on.ca or call 613-238-8210.


    The Ottawa Good Food Box is a non-profit, community-based initiative bringing neighbours together to buy a variety of delicious and nutritious fresh fruits and vegetables at wholesale prices. The goal is to purchase food that is in season and is grown as close to home as possible. Working as a large buying club with centralized buying and coordination, the Good Food Box is open to everyone – with no membership fees!

    For more information, visit ottawagoodfoodbox.ca.

    Locations: Eccles Branch
  • Good Food Market
    A community market that sells healthy food at great value, right in our neighbourhood! Cash only. When |  First Thursday of the month, 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. Thursday, October 6 Thursday, November 3... SEE MORE

    Good Food Market

    A community market that sells healthy food at great value, right in our neighbourhood! Cash only.

    When |  First Thursday of the month, 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.

    Thursday, October 6

    Thursday, November 3

    Thursday, December 1

    Where |  280 Rochester St.

    More info |  Contact Meagan Ann Gordon at magordon@swchc.on.ca or call 613-238-8210.


    Good Food Markets are community, non-profit markets in Ottawa that sell a variety of high quality fruits, vegetables and dried goods at great value. Visit www.gfmottawa.ca to learn more.

  • Market Mobile
    Mobile grocery bus that sells fruits, vegetables and dried goods at great value right in your neighbourhood. On average, the prices at MarketMobile are 40% less than in retail grocery stores! Cash... SEE MORE

    Market Mobile

    Mobile grocery bus that sells fruits, vegetables and dried goods at great value right in your neighbourhood. On average, the prices at MarketMobile are 40% less than in retail grocery stores! Cash only and remember to bring your own bags.

    When |  Every 2nd Wednesday, 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    September 14, 28

    October 12, 26

    November 9, 23

    December 7, 21

    Where |  Laroche Park (62 Stonehurst St. in Mechanicsville)

    More info |  Contact Meagan Ann Gordon at magordon@swchc.on.ca or call 613-238-8210.

     

     

    The MarketMobile is a city-wide grocery store on wheels. It was started by several community health centres in Ottawa to help ensure that residents in various neighbourhoods are getting food that is both healthy and affordable. 

    The Laroche Park site of MarketMobile is coordinated by Somerset West Community Health Centre. For more details or to volunteer, call 613-283-8210.

    Locations: Laroche Park
  • NESI – Needle Exchange & Safer Inhalation
    Our NESI program delivers harm reduction services. It is comprised of a mobile van that operates throughout the Ottawa area, as well as a drop-in room at our Eccles Branch... SEE MORE

    NESI – Needle Exchange & Safer Inhalation

    Our NESI program delivers harm reduction services. It is comprised of a mobile van that operates throughout the Ottawa area, as well as a drop-in room at our Eccles Branch where clients can come to get supplies and support.

    NESI Drop-In (55 Eccles Street)

    Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

    NESI Van (call 613-761-0003)

    Monday to Saturday: 5 – 11:30 p.m.

    Tuesday: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. (in the market only)

    Wednesday: 5 – 10 p.m.

    No service on Sundays

  • Playgroups and Toy Library
    Playgroups offer age-appropriate, early learning opportunities for children between the ages of birth and 5 years of age. Early Childhood Development Workers provide interactive activities including... SEE MORE

    Playgroups and Toy Library

    Playgroups offer age-appropriate, early learning opportunities for children between the ages of birth and 5 years of age. Early Childhood Development Workers provide interactive activities including songs, crafts, stories and games. Parents, grandparents and caregivers are encouraged to participate and healthy snacks are provided during programming time. Playgroups are located throughout our service area, and also offer toy lending, parenting support and referrals to other community resources. For more information on days, times and locations please call 613-238-8210 ext 2504.

    Groupes de jeux pour enfants

    Les groupes de jeu offrent aux enfants (de la naissance à l’âge de cinq ans) un apprentissage adapté à leur âge.  Les travailleuses en développement de la petite enfance offrent des activités interactives, y compris des chansons, du bricolage, des histoires, une variété de jeux et une collation saine. Parents, grands-parents et responsables sont aussi encouragés à participer. Les services de base suivant sont offerts : informations divers et aiguillage ainsi que des ressources pour les parents. Pour connaitre l’horaire et les lieux de rencontre, veuillez appeler au 613-238-8210, poste 2504.

    社康中心的游戏小组为家长和0至5岁儿童提供适合年龄的早期教育机会。由早期教育发展员进行包括儿歌,手工,故事和游戏在内的互动活动。家长和幼儿看护人员需积极参与。活动期间提供免费点心。游戏小组在本中心的辖区内,另外还有家庭教育支持,转介等服务。欲知详细的时间和地点,请联系徐欣613-238-8214转2507。

  • Rochester Heights Community House
    The Rochester Heights Community House offers a wide variety of programs and services for children, youth, and adults living in the Rochester Heights neigbourhood. Programs include after school... SEE MORE

    Rochester Heights Community House

    The Rochester Heights Community House offers a wide variety of programs and services for children, youth, and adults living in the Rochester Heights neigbourhood. Programs include after school programs, community kitchens, summer programming, youth leadership and much more. 

    Hours of Operation

    Mon/Wed: 10 am - 1 pm

    Tues/Thur: 1 pm - 3 pm

    For more information, please visit the Community House at 299 Rochester Street or phone 613-237-6529.

  • Soutien aux Parents
    Programmes offerts aux parents et responsables des enfants de 12 ans et moins.  Nos services comprennent des groupes de jeu, une halte accueil offrant un soutien à l’allaitement, des visites à... SEE MORE

    Soutien aux Parents

    Programmes offerts aux parents et responsables des enfants de 12 ans et moins.  Nos services comprennent des groupes de jeu, une halte accueil offrant un soutien à l’allaitement, des visites à domicile et plusieurs ressources sur le développement des enfants. Pour plus d’informations, appelez Kimberly au 613-238-8210 poste 2504.

  • Tai Chi and Qigong
    This class is intended for people living with a chronic disease in the Somerset West Community Health Centre service area who are new to Tai chi and Qigong.  Combining... SEE MORE

    Tai Chi and Qigong

    This class is intended for people living with a chronic disease in the Somerset West Community Health Centre service area who are new to Tai chi and Qigong.  Combining meditation and movement to improve and maintain health, Tai chi and Qigong consists of a series of movements done either very slowly or quickly to help move the body's chi.

    Benefits of Tai chi and Qigong include: 

    • reduced pain and stiffness
    • improved mood
    • enhanced immune function 
    • lower blood pressure

    Mondays

    9:30–10:30 a.m. & 10:30–11:30 a.m. (two different classes)

    Eccles Branch, 3rd Floor

    Facilitated by Quoc Vinh Truong.

    To register  |  Call Anne Viljoen at 613-238-8210 ext. 2381.

    Locations: Eccles Branch
  • The Place to Be Drop-In
    The Place to Be Drop-In is held at SWCHCs 30 Rosemount Branch. Come in for fun, health education, support and friendship. The drop-in runs every Thursday from 3pm to 6pm and is open to all adults in... SEE MORE

    The Place to Be Drop-In

    The Place to Be Drop-In is held at SWCHCs 30 Rosemount Branch. Come in for fun, health education, support and friendship. The drop-in runs every Thursday from 3pm to 6pm and is open to all adults in the community. For more information please call Todd at 613-238-8210 ext 2332.

  • Vietnamese Drop-In Program
    Buổi gặp mặt hàng tuần vào ngày thứ Sáu từ 1:00 giờ đến 3:30 chiều để trao đổi kiến thức và học hỏi lẫn nhau. Xin liên lạc với  Cô Thu (Karen) hoặc Cô Tâm số điện thoại 613-238-8210

    Vietnamese Drop-In Program

    Buổi gặp mặt hàng tuần vào ngày thứ Sáu từ 1:00 giờ đến 3:30 chiều để trao đổi kiến thức và học hỏi lẫn nhau. Xin liên lạc với  Cô Thu (Karen) hoặc Cô Tâm số điện thoại 613-238-8210

  • Weekly Chair Fitness Exercise Class
    Improve your range of motion, rhythm and coordination, and strength and balance at this free exercise class! All ages welcome. Wednesdays 1:30 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. Rosemount... SEE MORE

    Weekly Chair Fitness Exercise Class

    Improve your range of motion, rhythm and coordination, and strength and balance at this free exercise class! All ages welcome.

    Wednesdays

    1:30 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.

    Rosemount Branch

    More info |  Call Meagan Ann Gordon (Somerset West CHC) at 613-238-8210 or call the Champlain CCAC at 613-310-2222.


    This class is offered in partnership with the Champlain CCAC and Family Physiotherapy Centres.

    Locations: Rosemount Branch
  • 健康生活支援小組 Healthy Life Style Support Group
    使高齡人士對社區周圍事物有更多的認識,對切身的社會政策或健康問題有更新 的了解,和學習過一個更獨立而又自主的健康 生活。從五月到十一月每逢第一個星期三,上午十時至十一時半。詳情請致電:彭護士613-238-8214內線2318或盧匡平內線2342

    健康生活支援小組 Healthy Life Style Support Group

    使高齡人士對社區周圍事物有更多的認識,對切身的社會政策或健康問題有更新 的了解,和學習過一個更獨立而又自主的健康 生活。從五月到十一月每逢第一個星期三,上午十時至十一時半。詳情請致電:彭護士613-238-8214內線2318或盧匡平內線2342

Family, Children and Youth

  • Childrens Clothing Cupboard
    The Clothing Cupboard offers free gently used clothing for children 12 and under. Maternity clothes are available on occasion. The Clothing Cupboard is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 3:00... SEE MORE

    Childrens Clothing Cupboard

    The Clothing Cupboard offers free gently used clothing for children 12 and under. Maternity clothes are available on occasion. The Clothing Cupboard is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

    Locations: Dalhousie Community Centre (755 Somerset St. W)
  • Chinese Parenting Group
    中文“完美难求”亲子教育小组 对象0-5岁孩子的家长,免费幼儿看护。协助父母了解子女的身体、心理,安全及行为的发展,成为陪伴孩子成长的父母。每周六上午9:30-11:30 a.m.在55 Eccles St.三楼详情请致电徐欣 Susan Xu 613-238-8210 转 2507.

    Chinese Parenting Group

    中文“完美难求”亲子教育小组 对象0-5岁孩子的家长,免费幼儿看护。协助父母了解子女的身体、心理,安全及行为的发展,成为陪伴孩子成长的父母。每周六上午9:30-11:30 a.m.在55 Eccles St.三楼详情请致电徐欣 Susan Xu 613-238-8210 转 2507.

    Locations: Eccles Branch
  • Dental Screening
    Free dental screenings, fluoride varnish applications and dental health information provided on a monthly basis at the Eccles Branch. Other services include ... SEE MORE

    Dental Screening

    Free dental screenings, fluoride varnish applications and dental health information provided on a monthly basis at the Eccles Branch. Other services include Healthy Smiles Ontario enrolment and denture cleaning! Appointment required.

    2nd Friday of the month

    9 a.m. to noon & 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.

    Eccles Branch

    To book an appointment, please call 613-238-1220. All ages welcome!


    This service is provided by Ottawa Public Health. For more information contact Ottawa Public Health at 613-580-6744 to speak with a Public Health Nurse or e-mail healthsante@ottawa.ca.

    Locations: Eccles Branch
  • Headstart Nursery School Programs
    Nanny Goat Hill Nursery School and Queensway Preschool offer subsidized morning or afternoon spaces for children 18 months to 5 years. Programs include enriched early childhood education, parental... SEE MORE

    Headstart Nursery School Programs

    Nanny Goat Hill Nursery School and Queensway Preschool offer subsidized morning or afternoon spaces for children 18 months to 5 years. Programs include enriched early childhood education, parental support, & speech and language assessments. Transportation is available within our service area. For more info call 613-235-7561.

  • Making Baby Food Workshop
    Learn how to make baby food and discuss when and how to introduce new foods!  Tues, October 18th 2016 10 – 11:30 a.m. Eccles Branch, 3rd Floor To register | Call... SEE MORE

    Making Baby Food Workshop

    Learn how to make baby food and discuss when and how to introduce new foods! 

    Tues, October 18th 2016

    10 – 11:30 a.m.

    Eccles Branch, 3rd Floor

    To register | Call dietitian Bonnie Baxter at 613-238-1220 ext. 2352

     

    Locations: Eccles Branch
  • Parent Support Calendar | Fall 2016
    Full calendar of prenatal, children & youth programs!

    Parent Support Calendar | Fall 2016

    Full calendar of prenatal, children & youth programs!

  • Parenting Support Services
    Programs are offered to parents, caregivers and their children 0-6 years old. Services include referrals, home visits, toy library, information on child development & many other available... SEE MORE

    Parenting Support Services

    Programs are offered to parents, caregivers and their children 0-6 years old. Services include referrals, home visits, toy library, information on child development & many other available resources. For more info call 613-238-8210 ext. 2504. English, French & Chinese parenting programs are available.

  • Playgroup for Dad's, Uncles, Grandpa's and their kids!
    Join us for a FREE playgroup Seahorses Gym Squad for Fathers, Grandfathers, father figures etc. and their children ages 3 to 7.  Activities... SEE MORE

    Playgroup for Dad's, Uncles, Grandpa's and their kids!

    Join us for a FREE playgroup Seahorses Gym Squad for Fathers, Grandfathers, father figures etc. and their children ages 3 to 7.  Activities include, sports, snacks and play time.

    Connaught Public School

    1149 Gladstone Ave, Ottawa

    Please call Wendy for more information at 613-238-8210 ext 2503

     

  • Playgroups and Toy Library
    Playgroups offer age-appropriate, early learning opportunities for children between the ages of birth and 5 years of age. Early Childhood Development Workers provide interactive activities including... SEE MORE

    Playgroups and Toy Library

    Playgroups offer age-appropriate, early learning opportunities for children between the ages of birth and 5 years of age. Early Childhood Development Workers provide interactive activities including songs, crafts, stories and games. Parents, grandparents and caregivers are encouraged to participate and healthy snacks are provided during programming time. Playgroups are located throughout our service area, and also offer toy lending, parenting support and referrals to other community resources. For more information on days, times and locations please call 613-238-8210 ext 2504.

    Groupes de jeux pour enfants

    Les groupes de jeu offrent aux enfants (de la naissance à l’âge de cinq ans) un apprentissage adapté à leur âge.  Les travailleuses en développement de la petite enfance offrent des activités interactives, y compris des chansons, du bricolage, des histoires, une variété de jeux et une collation saine. Parents, grands-parents et responsables sont aussi encouragés à participer. Les services de base suivant sont offerts : informations divers et aiguillage ainsi que des ressources pour les parents. Pour connaitre l’horaire et les lieux de rencontre, veuillez appeler au 613-238-8210, poste 2504.

    社康中心的游戏小组为家长和0至5岁儿童提供适合年龄的早期教育机会。由早期教育发展员进行包括儿歌,手工,故事和游戏在内的互动活动。家长和幼儿看护人员需积极参与。活动期间提供免费点心。游戏小组在本中心的辖区内,另外还有家庭教育支持,转介等服务。欲知详细的时间和地点,请联系徐欣613-238-8214转2507。

  • Soutien aux Parents
    Programmes offerts aux parents et responsables des enfants de 12 ans et moins.  Nos services comprennent des groupes de jeu, une halte accueil offrant un soutien à l’allaitement, des visites à... SEE MORE

    Soutien aux Parents

    Programmes offerts aux parents et responsables des enfants de 12 ans et moins.  Nos services comprennent des groupes de jeu, une halte accueil offrant un soutien à l’allaitement, des visites à domicile et plusieurs ressources sur le développement des enfants. Pour plus d’informations, appelez Kimberly au 613-238-8210 poste 2504.

  • Toi, moi et la mère l’Oie
    Une session de bonheur et d’amitié! Enrichissez votre répertoire de comptines et de chansons tout en rencontrant d’autres parents. ... SEE MORE

    Toi, moi et la mère l’Oie

    Une session de bonheur et d’amitié! Enrichissez votre répertoire de comptines et de chansons tout en rencontrant d’autres parents. Programme gratuit pour parents et nourrissons (âgés de moins d’un an).

    Les lundis, du 12 septembre au 12 décembre 2016

    Succursale Rosemount (30 avenue Rosemount), 2ème étage

    De 10 h à 11 h 30

    Inscrivez-vous avec Kimberly en appelant le 613-238-8210 poste 2504. 

    Locations: Rosemount Branch
  • Well Baby/Breastfeeding Support Drop-In
    Weekly education and support to parents of babies up to 24 months of age. Get advice on breastfeeding, nutrition, safety, and infant development from several health professionals including a... SEE MORE

    Well Baby/Breastfeeding Support Drop-In

    Weekly education and support to parents of babies up to 24 months of age. Get advice on breastfeeding, nutrition, safety, and infant development from several health professionals including a lactation consultant, dietitian, nurse and parent educator!

    Wednesdays

    1:30 - 3:00 p.m.

    Eccles Branch, 3rd Floor

    For more info, call Bonnie at 613-238-1220 ext. 2352.

  • Youth Drop-In
    For youth 13-17 years of age to access games, activities, computers, homework help, volunteer opportunities, and snacks. Wednesdays 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the... SEE MORE

    Youth Drop-In

    For youth 13-17 years of age to access games, activities, computers, homework help, volunteer opportunities, and snacks. Wednesdays 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the Rosemount Branch. For more info, call 613-238-8210 ext. 5202.

    Locations: Rosemount Branch
  • 成龍成鳳──在你手中 Parenting in the Canadian Context
    對象:子女在讀小學年齡的父母 目的:幫助華裔父母認識加拿大 的教育 與文化問題、及探討如何與成長 中的子女相處。613-238-8210

    成龍成鳳──在你手中 Parenting in the Canadian Context

    對象:子女在讀小學年齡的父母

    目的:幫助華裔父母認識加拿大

    的教育 與文化問題、及探討如何與成長

    中的子女相處。613-238-8210

Lung Health

  • Community-Based Pulmonary Rehab
    For individuals living with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) in Ottawa. Program includes education, exercise, self-management skills and on-going follow-up. Monday to Friday at the... SEE MORE

    Community-Based Pulmonary Rehab

    For individuals living with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) in Ottawa. Program includes education, exercise, self-management skills and on-going follow-up.

    Monday to Friday at the Rosemount Branch

    For more info, call 613-288-0163.

    Referral Form |  English  French

     

    Locations: Rosemount Branch
  • Primary Care Asthma Program (PCAP)
    Assessment, evaluation and education on asthma care by a Certified Asthma Educator. For more info, call 613-288-0163. Referral Form |  ... SEE MORE

    Primary Care Asthma Program (PCAP)

    Assessment, evaluation and education on asthma care by a Certified Asthma Educator.

    For more info, call 613-288-0163.

    Referral Form |  English  French

    Locations: Rosemount Branch
  • STOP: Smoking Cessation
    For people who want to quit smoking! Participants have access to free counselling and 26 weeks of free nicotine replacement therapy. This program is part of the STOP study through the Centre of... SEE MORE

    STOP: Smoking Cessation

    For people who want to quit smoking! Participants have access to free counselling and 26 weeks of free nicotine replacement therapy. This program is part of the STOP study through the Centre of Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). Participants must live in the Somerset West CHC service area

    Monday to Friday at the Rosemount Branch

    Registration required. Call 613-288-0163.

    Referral Form |  English  French

    Journey 2 Quit: A Workbook to Help You Quit Smoking  |  Vers l'abandon du tabac: Un guide pour vous aider à cesser de fumer

    Locations: Rosemount Branch

Mental Health

  • Counselling Services
    Free individual, short-term counselling for adults to help with a wide range of issues including mental health, relationships, domestic violence, and abuse. Services are available by appointment in... SEE MORE

    Counselling Services

    Free individual, short-term counselling for adults to help with a wide range of issues including mental health, relationships, domestic violence, and abuse.

    Services are available by appointment in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese and Cambodian. For anyone living in the Somerset West CHC service area

    Monday to Friday at the Eccles and Rosemount Branches

    Call 613-238-8210 for more info.

    Locations: Eccles Branch, Locations: Rosemount Branch
  • Social Services Walk-In
    The Social Services Walk-In provides practical assistance, crisis support, and information and referrals for people who require immediate help with a personal crisis. For any person living in the... SEE MORE

    Social Services Walk-In

    The Social Services Walk-In provides practical assistance, crisis support, and information and referrals for people who require immediate help with a personal crisis. For any person living in the Somerset West CHC service area. No appointment required!

    Monday to Friday, 1-4 p.m. at the Eccles Branch

    Tuesday to Friday, 1-4 p.m. at the Rosemount Branch

    Locations: Eccles Branch, Locations: Rosemount Branch
  • The Walk-In Counselling Clinic
    Free counselling for individuals, couples, and families in Cantonese, Mandarin and English. No appointments necessary! Tuesday, 11 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. at the Eccles Branch (... SEE MORE

    The Walk-In Counselling Clinic

    Free counselling for individuals, couples, and families in Cantonese, Mandarin and English. No appointments necessary!

    Tuesday, 11 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. at the Eccles Branch (last walk-in session is at 4 p.m.)

    森瑪錫西社康中心

    將於三月八日開始,

    逢星期二、上午十一時至下午五時半,

    為個人、夫婦、家庭,

    以粵語、國語及英語

    提供「無需預約諮商服務」。

    歡迎任何人士,無需預約。


            

    The Walk-in Counselling Clinic is offered in partnership with Jewish Family Services.  The clinic offers counselling services in English, French, Arabic, Somali, Cantonese and Mandarin at a variety of different locations in Ottawa.  For more information, visit www.walkincounselling.com.

    Locations: Eccles Branch

Pregnancy Care

  • About our Doctors
    Our doctors work in an on-call group with 6 other Ottawa family physicians out of the Civic Hospital, providing coverage for our patients at delivery time. All members of the group share a similar... SEE MORE

    About our Doctors

    Our doctors work in an on-call group with 6 other Ottawa family physicians out of the Civic Hospital, providing coverage for our patients at delivery time. All members of the group share a similar philosophy and approach to family-centred maternity care. You will have the opportunity to meet the entire group of physicians at our quarterly "Meet The Doctors" evenings.

    For a brief introduction to our Doctors on the SWCHC Pregnacy Team CLICK HERE

  • Breastfeeding Resources
    SWCHC is proud to be certified by the Baby-Friendly Initiative of the World Health Organization. You will find extensive support for breastfeeding from all our staff, including our lactation... SEE MORE

    Breastfeeding Resources

    SWCHC is proud to be certified by the Baby-Friendly Initiative of the World Health Organization. You will find extensive support for breastfeeding from all our staff, including our lactation consultant.

    You can meet the lactation consultant during your pregnancy and have the opportunity to attend a prenatal breastfeeding class. After delivery, our lactation consultants are available for individual appointments. SWCHC also offers a weekly Well Baby Drop-In program every Wednesday afternoon starting at 1:30 pm for ongoing infant feeding and parenting support for babies up to 18 months of age. For more information on parenting support programs and services please see our program guide on this website.

  • Chinese Prenatal Classes
    This seven-week program offers expecting parents information in Mandarin on healthy pregnancy, labour and delivery, newborn care and breastfeeding, as well as community resources for pre and post-... SEE MORE

    Chinese Prenatal Classes

    This seven-week program offers expecting parents information in Mandarin on healthy pregnancy, labour and delivery, newborn care and breastfeeding, as well as community resources for pre and post-natal care. The program is offered by a public health nurse and runs four times per year at the Eccles Branch. Open to everyone in Ottawa!

    Thursday, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

    More info |  Call May Yip at 613-238-8210


    Offered in partnership with Ottawa Public Health.

    Locations: Eccles Branch
  • First Steps: Prenatal Nutrition Program
    Prenatal nutrition tips and support by a dietitian and parent educator. Healthy food and bus tickets provided. Tuesdays 1-3pm. Call Bonnie at 613-238-8210 ext. 2352.

    First Steps: Prenatal Nutrition Program

    Prenatal nutrition tips and support by a dietitian and parent educator. Healthy food and bus tickets provided.

    Tuesdays 1-3pm. Call Bonnie at 613-238-8210 ext. 2352.

    Locations: Eccles Branch
  • How to refer a patient for Prenatal Care
    We accept referrals from family physicians and nurse practitioners for prenatal care. We would be pleased to share antenatal care with any physician or nurse practitioner who would like to remain... SEE MORE

    How to refer a patient for Prenatal Care

    We accept referrals from family physicians and nurse practitioners for prenatal care. We would be pleased to share antenatal care with any physician or nurse practitioner who would like to remain involved during the pregnancy, or alternatively take over their care from the second trimester on. As prenatal care is "outside the basket" of services for FHG/FHO/FHT/FHN models of care, your patients can be seen by our physicians without penalty to you. Please click here for the referral form. 

    If you have any questions about the timing or appropriateness of a referral, please call SWCHC at 613-238-1220 and ask to leave a message for one of our obstetric doctors.

  • Prenatal Breastfeeding Classes
    This class offers education about breastfeeding and information on how to prepare to breastfeed for pregnant women and their partners. Offered on a monthly basis at both Somerset West CHC... SEE MORE

    Prenatal Breastfeeding Classes

    This class offers education about breastfeeding and information on how to prepare to breastfeed for pregnant women and their partners. Offered on a monthly basis at both Somerset West CHC branches.

    Eccles Branch

    When |  Tuesdays, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.

    September 27

    October 25

    November 29

    December 20

    Rosemount Branch

    When |  Mondays, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

    September 19

    October 17

    November 14

    December 12

    Please call 613-238-1220 to register for a class today!

    Locations: Eccles Branch, Locations: Rosemount Branch
  • Well Baby/Breastfeeding Support Drop-In
    Weekly education and support to parents of babies up to 24 months of age. Get advice on breastfeeding, nutrition, safety, and infant development from several health professionals including a... SEE MORE

    Well Baby/Breastfeeding Support Drop-In

    Weekly education and support to parents of babies up to 24 months of age. Get advice on breastfeeding, nutrition, safety, and infant development from several health professionals including a lactation consultant, dietitian, nurse and parent educator!

    Wednesdays

    1:30 - 3:00 p.m.

    Eccles Branch, 3rd Floor

    For more info, call Bonnie at 613-238-1220 ext. 2352.

  • What to Expect at Delivery
    The family physicians at SWCHC deliver babies at The Ottawa Hospital, Civic Campus on Carling Avenue. At the Civic Hospital we are family centered and offer a comfortable birth atmosphere for the low... SEE MORE

    What to Expect at Delivery

    The family physicians at SWCHC deliver babies at The Ottawa Hospital, Civic Campus on Carling Avenue. At the Civic Hospital we are family centered and offer a comfortable birth atmosphere for the low risk patient.

    When you think you might be in labour, go to the Civic Hospital 4th floor Birthing Unit triage area. If you are unsure if it is time to go to the hospital or you have any questions, you can telephone a labour and delivery nurse at 613-761-5112. When you arrive at triage, a nurse and family medicine resident will assess you. The family physician on call that day will then be contacted and will discuss what is happening with your labour or other pregnancy issues.

    Patients in active labour can expect one on one nursing care and the involvement of a family medicine resident. The delivery rooms offer Jacuzzi tubs, rocking chairs and birthing balls. We encourage women to labour in a variety of positions.

    If at any time your pregnancy becomes high risk we have 24 hour access to obstetricians, pediatricians, neonatal special care and anesthesia. After the baby is born s/he will "room in" with Mom; Dad/partner are welcome to stay too. Keeping baby skin to skin and in the same room as Mom improves bonding and breastfeeding.

  • What to Expect at SWCHC When You're Expecting!
    Congratulations on your pregnancy! The SWCHC pregnancy team is privilege that you have chosen us to be part of this most exciting time for you and your family. Once registered with us all pregnant... SEE MORE

    What to Expect at SWCHC When You're Expecting!

    Congratulations on your pregnancy! The SWCHC pregnancy team is privilege that you have chosen us to be part of this most exciting time for you and your family. Once registered with us all pregnant patients are assigned to one of our Pregnancy Team physicians. Prenatal appointments are offered weekdays as well as Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings.

    You will see a nurse and physician at each prenatal check-up, and possibly other members of the  team. At each visit we will assess the health of both you and your baby. We take time to address any concerns you may have, and provide education about pregnancy. Information is also available on prenatal classes, labour support, birth planning, and staying healthy during pregnancy.

    Please note that all our physicians on the Pregnancy Team are female, however, you may be seen and examined in our clinic or hospital by other team members who are male.

  • Who can become our patient?
    The SWCHC pregnancy team provides care to women with low-risk pregnancies, who will deliver at The Ottawa Hospital, Civic Campus on Carling Avenue. We offer care to existing patients of our Centre in... SEE MORE

    Who can become our patient?

    The SWCHC pregnancy team provides care to women with low-risk pregnancies, who will deliver at The Ottawa Hospital, Civic Campus on Carling Avenue. We offer care to existing patients of our Centre in their pregnancies, and we also accept referrals from other physicians and nurse practitioners for prenatal care. If you are a referring provider, please see the "Refer a patient for prenatal care" section. We are able to care for most women who are referred to us, but occasionally a complication arises that is outside our scope of practice and we will consult with our obstetrician colleagues.

    Pregnant women can self-refer by calling 613-238-1220. Our medical office assistant will ask a few questions like, your estimated due date, and book an appointment for you.

    Those who live outside our catchment area will need to find a doctor to care for their family after delivery. We may be able to provide you with suggestions, and advise you to register with HealthCare Connect now if you haven't already.

    Women without health insurance such as OHIP or IFH are welcome at SWCHC. Physician appointments and other services at our centre are provided free of charge, as are some diagnostic tests. SWCHC is not however able to cover the cost of your hospital stay. If you do not have health insurance, be sure to discuss this with the physician at your first appointment. They will direct you to the hospital accounting department where you can get more information about hospital rates. For more information on Prenatal Care at Somerset West Community Health Centre for Patients without Health Insurance Coverage CLICK HERE

Primary Healthcare

  • Acupuncture
    Acupuncture is a form of alternative medicine and a key component of traditional Chinese medicine. Services are available by appointment for any person living in the Somerset West CHC... SEE MORE

    Acupuncture

    Acupuncture is a form of alternative medicine and a key component of traditional Chinese medicine. Services are available by appointment for any person living in the Somerset West CHC service area

    Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at the Eccles Branch

    Call 613-238-1220 to book an appointment.

    Locations: Eccles Branch
  • Anonymous HIV Testing
    Anonymous HIV testing for anyone 14 years of age or older at risk of contracting, or believes they may have contracted, HIV/AIDS. No appointments necessary and... SEE MORE

    Anonymous HIV Testing

    Anonymous HIV testing for anyone 14 years of age or older at risk of contracting, or believes they may have contracted, HIV/AIDS. No appointments necessary and results are available the same day.

    Monday to Friday at the Eccles Branch Walk-In Clinic and at established outreach sites in Ottawa

    For more information, call 613-238-8210 ext. 2260 or read our frequently asked questions (FAQs).

    HIV/AIDS in Ontario

    Who is most at risk of contracting HIV/AIDS?

    Communities who are at most risk of contracting HIV/AIDS in Ontario are:

    • Gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men
    • Ontarians from Africa and the Caribbean
    • Indigenous populations (men and women)
    • People who inject drugs (men and women)
    • Women (trans and cis) who engage in high risk activities with the groups above

    What are high risk activities?

    Participating in the following activities puts you at a higher risk of contracting HIV/AIDS: 

    1. Unprotected vaginal and/or anal intercourse (including condom breakage, dipping and delayed application of condom) with either:
      • An HIV positive partner; or
      • A partner of unknown status from an HIV high-risk population (unless both partners have been mutually monogamous for more than 3 months and have both been tested HIV negative).
    2.  Injection drug and crack use, especially with shared equipment.

    Should I get tested?

    Yes, if you belong to one of the communities listed above and have engaged in a high risk activity.

    When should I get tested?

    Following a high risk exposure to HIV, test as soon as possible if you have symptoms (fever, swollen lymph nodes, night sweats, weight loss, rash, oral yeast infection).

    If you have no symptoms, get tested 3 weeks after you engaged in the high risk activity. This is recommended because of the window period for HIV testing.

    If you have engaged in multiple high risk activities, time your tests based on the date of your most recent high risk encounter.

    What is the "window period" for HIV testing?

    The “window period” is the time between when a high risk activity occured (i.e. when you may have been exposed to HIV) and when an HIV test can give an accurate result. This period exists because HIV antibodies must be present in the blood for the test to accurately detect an HIV infection, and these antibodies develop over time. The window period is between 3 weeks to 3 months after engaging in a high risk activity. During the window period, it is possible that you may have been infected with HIV and that the test will give a negative result because it is unable to detect the infection.

    What if I test negative?

    That means that HIV antibodies have not been detected in your blood. Even if you have no symptoms after the test, consider re-testing at 6 weeks following a high risk exposure to HIV.

    If you receive a negative result at 6 weeks, get a final test done at the end of the window period (i.e. at 3 months following the high risk activity).

    OUTREACH HIV TESTING SITES IN OTTAWA

    Please note that all of the following HIV testing clinics are for gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men.

    1. * Somerset West Community Health Centre (Eccles Branch)
    55 Eccles Street

    Tuesdays, 2-4 p.m.: individual HIV testing (by appointment or drop-in)
    Tuesdays, 4-7 p.m.: couples HIV testing (by appointment only)
    For more info, call Sarah at 613-238-8210 ext. 2260 or check out this link for more info.
    Book your test online!

    2. AIDS Committee of Ottawa
    19 Main Street

    Mondays, 3-6 p.m.: individual HIV testing (by appointment or drop-in)
    Mondays, 6-7 p.m.: couples HIV testing (by appointment only)
    For more info, call Sarah at 613-238-8210 ext. 2260.
    Book your individual or couples HIV testing online!

    3. Club Ottawa Bathhouse
    Hintonburg

    Tuesdays, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.: individual HIV testing (by appointment or drop-in)
    For more info, call Sarah at 613-238-8210 ext. 2260.
    Book your test online!

    4. Eastern Ottawa Community Resource Centre
    1980 Ogilvie Rd. Unit #215 (Gloucester Centre)

    4th Wednesday of every month, 4-6 p.m.: individual HIV testing (by appointment or drop-in)
    For more info, call Sarah at 613-238-8210 ext. 2260.
    Book your test online!

    5. Gay Zone Gaie (Centretown Community Health Centre)
    420 Cooper Street

    Every Thursday, 5-8 p.m.: individual HIV and STI testing walk-in clinic
    For more info, visit www.aco-cso.ca/gayzonegaie.

    6. Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre
    240 Centrum Blvd. Unit #105

    2nd Wednesday of every month, 4-6 p.m.: individual HIV testing (by appointment or drop-in)
    For more info, call Sarah at 613-238-8210 ext. 2260.
    Book your test online!

    HIV/AIDS Resources

    AIDS and Sexual Health Infoline for more information regarding STIs and sexual health 1-800-668-2437
    AIDS Committee of Ottawa
    Canadian HIV/AIDS Treatment Information Exchange (CATIE)
    HIV/AIDS Legal Clinic of Ontario (HALCO)
    Important factors when considering HIV and Syphilis Testing video by the Hassle Free Clinic
    Motivational Interviewing - a pilot project supporting gay, bi, queer and other men who have sex with men, trans and cis, to have better sex lives, sexual relationships, and sexual health!
    Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) Fact Sheet
    Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Fact Sheet

     


    SWCHC's Anonymous HIV Testing Program is funded by the AIDS Bureau of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC).

    The MOHLTC provides funding for more than 90 programs and services across the province to deliver HIV/AIDS prevention, education and support programs for those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS, and those most at risk of acquiring HIV/AIDS in Ontario.

     

    Locations: Eccles Branch
  • Couples HIV Testing
    For men who identify as gay or bisexual and for any men who have sex with men. Questions? Read our ... SEE MORE

    Couples HIV Testing

    For men who identify as gay or bisexual and for any men who have sex with men.

    Questions? Read our Couples HIV Testing FAQ Sheet or call Sarah for more details!

    Locations: Eccles Branch
  • Dental Screening
    Free dental screenings, fluoride varnish applications and dental health information provided on a monthly basis at the Eccles Branch. Other services include ... SEE MORE

    Dental Screening

    Free dental screenings, fluoride varnish applications and dental health information provided on a monthly basis at the Eccles Branch. Other services include Healthy Smiles Ontario enrolment and denture cleaning! Appointment required.

    2nd Friday of the month

    9 a.m. to noon & 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.

    Eccles Branch

    To book an appointment, please call 613-238-1220. All ages welcome!


    This service is provided by Ottawa Public Health. For more information contact Ottawa Public Health at 613-580-6744 to speak with a Public Health Nurse or e-mail healthsante@ottawa.ca.

    Locations: Eccles Branch
  • Foot Care and Chiropody
    Foot and nail care, orthotics, and support and education about proper foot care for any person living in the Somerset West CHC service area. A chiropodist is also... SEE MORE

    Foot Care and Chiropody

    Foot and nail care, orthotics, and support and education about proper foot care for any person living in the Somerset West CHC service area. A chiropodist is also available to provide more complex care if required.  

    Available at the Eccles Branch

    Call 613-238-1220 for more information.

    Locations: Eccles Branch
  • Multicultural Health Navigator Program
    Provides education to newcomers about the Canadian healthcare system and assists with system navigation through group education sessions, home visits and appointment support. Language communities... SEE MORE

    Multicultural Health Navigator Program

    Provides education to newcomers about the Canadian healthcare system and assists with system navigation through group education sessions, home visits and appointment support. Language communities currently being served are Arabic, Franco-African/Caribbean, Nepali, and Somali.

    Call 613-691-0192 ext. 6001.

     

  • Ottawa Newcomer Clinic
    The Ottawa Newcomer Clinic (ONC) exists to provide care to government-assisted refugees (GARs). Services include medical screening and treatment of urgent medical needs (incl. short-term follow-up),... SEE MORE

    Ottawa Newcomer Clinic

    The Ottawa Newcomer Clinic (ONC) exists to provide care to government-assisted refugees (GARs). Services include medical screening and treatment of urgent medical needs (incl. short-term follow-up), a TB clinic, women’s health checkups, immunizations and more. The ONC also assists with connecting clients to primary healthcare providers in their community.

    Monday: 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.

    Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    More info |  Call 613-691-0192 or visit www.onhc.ca.

    Location |  219 Argyle Ave., Level B

     

    Locations: Ottawa Newcomer Health Centre (ONHC)
  • Primary Care Services
    A comprehensive range of health services provided by physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, dietitians and other allied health professionals at both Somerset West CHC branches (... SEE MORE

    Primary Care Services

    A comprehensive range of health services provided by physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, dietitians and other allied health professionals at both Somerset West CHC branches (Eccles St. and Rosemount Ave.). Services include lactation consultations, dietitian consultations, acupuncture, outreach, and foot care and chiropody.

    To become a registered client of one of our physicians or nurse practitioners, you must live in our service area. For more information on becoming a client, please call 613-238-1220.

    Locations: Eccles Branch, Locations: Rosemount Branch
  • Rooming House Outreach
    An outreach Nurse Practitioner and a Community Health Worker provide health care, mental health support, referrals, practical assistance and advocacy to tenants in local rooming houses in the... SEE MORE

    Rooming House Outreach

    An outreach Nurse Practitioner and a Community Health Worker provide health care, mental health support, referrals, practical assistance and advocacy to tenants in local rooming houses in the Somerset West CHC service area.

    Tuesdays: 1-5 p.m.

    For more information, call 613-238-8210.

  • Vietnamese Health and Social Services Information
    Những buổi nói chuyện về đề tài liên quan đến vấn đề y-tế và xã hội vào sáng thứ Ba cuối tháng

    Vietnamese Health and Social Services Information

    Những buổi nói chuyện về đề tài liên quan đến vấn đề y-tế và xã hội vào sáng thứ Ba cuối tháng

  • Walk-In Clinic
    Full range of health care services provided by nurse practitioners, including assessment, treatment and internal referrals as required. For anyone living in the Somerset West Community Health Centre... SEE MORE

    Walk-In Clinic

    Full range of health care services provided by nurse practitioners, including assessment, treatment and internal referrals as required. For anyone living in the Somerset West Community Health Centre service area, including those without a health card or permanent address. No appointments necessary!

    Monday to Friday the Eccles Branch and Rosemount Branch

    Eccles Branch

    Monday: 1 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
    Tuesday: 1 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
    Wednesday: 1 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
    Thursday: 1 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
    Friday: 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

    Rosemount Branch

    Monday: 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
    Tuesday: 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
    Wednesday: 1 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
    Thursday: 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
    Friday: 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

    Locations: Eccles Branch, Locations: Rosemount Branch

Seniors

  • Blood Pressure and Blood Screening Checks
    Blood pressure and blood screening checks are for seniors 60 years and older and are held regularly across our service area at various locations. Clinics are held in English, French, Chinese and... SEE MORE

    Blood Pressure and Blood Screening Checks

    Blood pressure and blood screening checks are for seniors 60 years and older and are held regularly across our service area at various locations. Clinics are held in English, French, Chinese and Vietnamese. For more information on times and locations in English and French call 613-238-8210 ext 2351, in Chinese ext 2318 and in Vietnamese ext 2348.

  • In Charge of My Aging!
    Worried about finding affordable housing as you age? Not sure how to write a will or why? Don’t know what to do about conflict? The following information sessions are for you! September 13:  ... SEE MORE

    In Charge of My Aging!

    Worried about finding affordable housing as you age? Not sure how to write a will or why? Don’t know what to do about conflict?

    The following information sessions are for you!

    • September 13:  Affordable Housing Options — offered by Housing Help
    • September 20:  Wills, Power of Attorneys, and Trustees — offered by Ottawa Legal Information Centre
    • September 27:  Conflict Resolution — offered by Community Mediation Ottawa

    Tuesdays, September 13, 20 & 27

    1:30 — 3:30 p.m.

    Eccles Branch (55 Eccles St.), 3rd Floor

    To register | Call Ginette at 613-238-8210 ext. 2351. Please register by September 7.

    Locations: Eccles Branch
  • Primary Care Outreach
    Our outreach nursing team provides health assessments, counselling, advocacy, and community information to frail and/or isolated seniors (65 years of age or older) in their homes. For more ... SEE MORE

    Primary Care Outreach

    Our outreach nursing team provides health assessments, counselling, advocacy, and community information to frail and/or isolated seniors (65 years of age or older) in their homes. For more information, call 1-844-726-5115.

  • Senior’s Community Kitchen
    Are you finding it difficult to cook healthy meals for one or two people? Are you looking for ways to prepare healthy and delicious meals on a budget?    The Senior’s Community Kitchen is a... SEE MORE

    Senior’s Community Kitchen

    Are you finding it difficult to cook healthy meals for one or two people? Are you looking for ways to prepare healthy and delicious meals on a budget? 
     
    The Senior’s Community Kitchen is a monthly group where participants socialize, cook and eat together.  Have fun trying new recipes and adapting old favourites to help manage diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and other health issues. 
     
    For more information please contact Deidra at 613-238-1220 ext. 2248.
     

     

  • Shopping Groups
    Weekly Monday morning transportation for seniors (60+) to local grocery store and shopping mall. Please call in advance if you would like to participate as seating is limited. For more information... SEE MORE

    Shopping Groups

    Weekly Monday morning transportation for seniors (60+) to local grocery store and shopping mall. Please call in advance if you would like to participate as seating is limited. For more information please call 613-238-8210 ext. 2351. Dành cho người cao niên hoặc người có bệnh kinh niên và thiếu phương tiện di chuyển vào sáng Thứ Hai đầu tháng.

  • Tai Chi and Qigong
    This class is intended for people living with a chronic disease in the Somerset West Community Health Centre service area who are new to Tai chi and Qigong.  Combining... SEE MORE

    Tai Chi and Qigong

    This class is intended for people living with a chronic disease in the Somerset West Community Health Centre service area who are new to Tai chi and Qigong.  Combining meditation and movement to improve and maintain health, Tai chi and Qigong consists of a series of movements done either very slowly or quickly to help move the body's chi.

    Benefits of Tai chi and Qigong include: 

    • reduced pain and stiffness
    • improved mood
    • enhanced immune function 
    • lower blood pressure

    Mondays

    9:30–10:30 a.m. & 10:30–11:30 a.m. (two different classes)

    Eccles Branch, 3rd Floor

    Facilitated by Quoc Vinh Truong.

    To register  |  Call Anne Viljoen at 613-238-8210 ext. 2381.

    Locations: Eccles Branch
  • Weekly Chair Fitness Exercise Class
    Improve your range of motion, rhythm and coordination, and strength and balance at this free exercise class! All ages welcome. Wednesdays 1:30 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. Rosemount... SEE MORE

    Weekly Chair Fitness Exercise Class

    Improve your range of motion, rhythm and coordination, and strength and balance at this free exercise class! All ages welcome.

    Wednesdays

    1:30 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.

    Rosemount Branch

    More info |  Call Meagan Ann Gordon (Somerset West CHC) at 613-238-8210 or call the Champlain CCAC at 613-310-2222.


    This class is offered in partnership with the Champlain CCAC and Family Physiotherapy Centres.

    Locations: Rosemount Branch
  • Yet Keen Seniors' Day Centre
    Located at 211 Bronson Ave, this program promotes physical and mental well-being of its members by providing them with facilities for social contact and participation in health and recreational... SEE MORE

    Yet Keen Seniors' Day Centre

    Located at 211 Bronson Ave, this program promotes physical and mental well-being of its members by providing them with facilities for social contact and participation in health and recreational activities. For more info please call Anna at 613-232-6695. 日健高齡康樂中心,,為六十歲或以上長者提供服務 。詳情請致電(613)232-6695 查詢。

    Locations: Yet Keen Senior's Day Centre