Funding Partners

We would like to especially thank our main funder

  • City of Ottawa

We also thank the following funders for their support

  • Ottawa south community centre
  • Vanier Community Service Centre
  • Children’s Village
  • Trillium Foundation
  • Community Foundation of Ottawa
  • Ottawa Community Housing
  • Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport
  • Parent Resource Centre
  • United Way – Centraide

We would also like to thank our other partners:

Action Housing

Action Housing offers bilingual services to low-income individuals and families to find and maintain safe, affordable and adequate rental housing.

At the Centre, please contact Jonathan Thibeault at 613-745-0073, poste 118 or visit www.action-logement.ca

Coalition of Community Health and Resource Centres

The Coalition of Community Health and Resource Centres of Ottawa (CHRC) is a network of multi-service, community-based health and resource centres, 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.

Community Diabetes Education Program

This program is one of Ottawa's best kept secrets. Since 1999 specialized nurses and dietitian educators provide information and support to adults with diabetes. Family members are always welcome. Individuals wanting services can be seen in their community in the language of their choice. All services are based on “best practices” following the most current knowledge and evidence. Sessions are available during the day or evening across the City. Services include:

  • Prediabetes and diabetes groups,
  • Individual consultations with nurse and/or dietitian,
  • Insulin starts (in partnership with family physicians and specialists),
  • Follow-up/Refresher groups,
  • Living with Insulin groups,
  • Chiropody/footcare services, and
  • Grocery store tours by registered dietitians.

For information, please call 613-233-6655 to register or visit www.diabeteseducation.ca

Eastern Ottawa Community Family Health Team

Since 2007, the Eastern Ottawa Community Family Health Team has been filling an important gap by providing primary health care services to the population of East Ottawa.

While being accessible to all residents living in East Ottawa, the mandate of the Family Health Team is to provide a continuum of services and care adapted to the numerous and pressing needs of the francophone population first and foremost.

Priority is given to more vulnerable francophone families and individuals who do not have access to a family physican and therefore cannot access basic health care.

For information please telephone 613-745-2228 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Ottawa Inuit Children's Centre

The Ottawa Inuit Children's Centre (OICC) serves Inuit children and youth from birth to 13 years of age and their families in the southern urban setting of the City of Ottawa. In partnership with parents and the community, the OICC fosters strong Inuit children, youth and families by providing a learning environment that will enhance children's overall wellbeing, adaptability and strength in a proud Inuit cultural environment.

Text and image taken from the OICC website

Ottawa Public Health

Quitting smoking is a process. It takes practice. Ottawa Public Health staff at the Centre can help find what works best for you.

Please contact Carole Legault, Project Officer with Ottawa Public Health at 613-745-0073, ext. 14 or visit: www.ottawa.ca/quitsmoking or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

Ward 13 Community Associations

Youth Services Bureau

Founded in 1960, the Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa (YSB) is one of the largest and most comprehensive non‑profit agencies serving youth in this community. Over 350 caring professionals work from 20 locations across the city to deliver a vast range of programs and services that support at‑risk youth and their families.

Source : ysb.ca