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THANK YOU RBC Foundation for your continued support of our After-School programs in the community. SWCHC After-School programs focus on keeping kids safe and positively engaged after calsses end for the day. For more infomation on our After-School programs CLICK HERE
For information on after school programs in the area please contact Meghan 613-238-8210 ext 2508
SWCHC will have our Good Food Market available this Saturday at the Preston Street Farmers Market on the corner of Preston and Louisa from 9:00 AM to 2 PM. Get wonderful fresh fruits and veggies at a great price!
This $1,000 scholarship is awarded annually to 2 immigrant students currently studying in Ottawa. For more information please click HERE
Please join us for a sit-down community meal with good company, good food, and good conversation to ce
We are looking for volunteers to help out on Monday Septemeber 30th for our Community Health & Wellbeing Week Event.
The Board of Directors and staff of SWCHC wish to express our heartfelt condolences to all those affected by today's tragedy in Barrhaven.
The Rochester Heights Community House needs volunteers for their After School Club. For more infomation CLICK HERE
Somerset West CHC appreciates the support provided by the Ottawa Carleton District School Board for the School Liason Worker position. This position will work out of the two City of Ottawa emergency family shelters.
'September Spike' - also known as 'Week 38' - refers to the annual increase in asthma-related emergency room visits that happen when school begins. Whether you're a parent of a child with asthma, a teacher or healthcare provider, the more you know about asthma the better prepared you will be in case of an asthma attack.
SWCHC staff wish all our children and youth a safe back to school! For more information on how to help children having difficulty transitioning to school please call Kimberly for assistance 613-238-8210 ext 2504
Are you between 13 and 18 years of age? We stil have a few spaces in our Leadership Camp.
WHEN: August 6th, 2012 – August 23rd, 2013
WHERE: 299 Rochester St
(Rochester Heights Community House)
WHO: Youth ages 13-18
FREE OF COST!
The neighbourhood turned out in full force for yesterdays Play Streets event. Eccles St. was closed between Booth and Lebraton Streets and children and adults enjoyed games, crafts, Good Food Market and a BBQ.
Do you have any new or gently used bath towels you would like to donate to our walk-in clinic? We offer a shower to people who otherwise do not have a clean, safe place to wash. We are in desperate need of bath towels as we are seeing a higher than normal volume of folks needing showers. If you have new or gently used towels to donate please bring them in to our walk-in clinic area.
SWCHC would like to recoginize Maxine Stata and her 23 years of dedicated service to St. Luke's Lunch Club and Drop-In Centre. Maxine will be retiring at the end of this month to enjoy more time with family and friends.
The Lung Health program, at Somerset West Community Health Centre (CHC), provides COPD care for a network of seven Community Health Centres and one Aboriginal Health Centre. The population served is over 80,000 people.
SWCHC has received confirmation that we have achieved full accreditation from the Canadian Centre for Accreditation (CCA). SWCHC has met or exceeded all standards in governance, management and community based primary health care and will maintain accreditation until June 2017. SWCHC is the first community health centre in Ontario to be accredited under the new standards of CCA.
This year the Ottawa memorial will be help on July 19th at 10 AM at Cathcart Park
We would like to send out a huge shout out to Globe Awards & Promotions for providing our street outreach team ball caps for folks living on the streets and in rooming houses in our community. Globe provided these hats FREE of charge to help ensure the health and safety of our clients during the hot summer months!
The Marion Dewar Scholarship Fund was established by the Ottawa Community Immigrant Services Organization (OCISO) in 2009, in honour of the late Marion Dewar, former Mayor of Ottawa. The goal of the Scholarship Fund is to provide financial support to foster academic and leadership excellence in immigrant and refugee youth.