Better strength! Better balance!
EXERCISE PROGRAM FOR 65+ — Winter 2017 session
A free beginner level 12-week exercise and education program:
Stay active ● Improve your strength and balance ● Learn tips to prevent falls
Registration or information:
FIRST TIME participants can register any time, call Ottawa Public Health at 613-580-6744 (TTY: 613-580-9656) or visit ottawa.ca/olderadults
RETURNING participants can register starting November 14, 2016, at 8:30 am – call Ottawa Public Health at 613-580-6744.
Now on Rogers TV channel 22 Beginning September 19, 2016 – Monday to Friday at 2:30 pm – Saturday at 8:30 am Dates and times subject to change. Please check online for the the Rogers 22 programschedule. See also ottawa.ca/olderadults for more information.
Sexual Health Clinic for youth aged 29 and under – in Orléans
We are proud to announce another partnership with Ottawa Public Health to provide a sexual health clinic for youth aged 29 and under. Those confidential drop-in clinics will be offered at the Centre located at 240 Centrum Boulevard – unit 105.
When: every Wednesday starting November 2, 2016
Time: 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Nurses will be on site to provide counselling, information, sexual health education, and counselling on other topics such as sexually transmitted infections and contraception. The clinic will also offer testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, HIV testing, pregnancy tests, Hepatitis A & B immunization for those who qualify, and free condoms.
We are very proud of this community partnership with Ottawa Public Health. Their services will allow hundreds of youth and young adults to receive, in Orléans, information and services regarding their sexual health. To find out more about the sexual health clinic for youth, please visit ottawa.ca/sexuality.
Which exercise is good for me?
Are you an older adult living in the City of Ottawa? If yes, we have exercise programs that can help you to build your strength and balance, which can help to prevent falls.
New Health Centre for Newcomers
Ottawa Newcomer Health Centre launched its website to connect immigrants and refugees, sponsors, and healthcare workers with our services and to provide quality information about health resources in Ottawa. Services available in a wide variety of languages — so those who do not speak English or French can begin to navigate the health system themselves, in the comfort of their own language.
A next step in addressing substance misuse in our community
There is an evolving conversation taking place at the federal, provincial and local level about how we approach substance misuse in our communities. This conversation has the potential to broaden the way in which our community delivers services to address drug addiction – for the better. — Last month, the Toronto Medical Officer of Health, released a report recommending an integrated supervised injection service (SIS) model in Toronto. The Sandy Hill Community Health Centre, one of Ottawa Public Health’s (OPH) community partner agencies, has launched public consultations on their plans for submitting a federal exemption application to Health Canada in order to provide SIS for people struggling with drug addiction. Read more… A-next-step-in-addressing-substance-misuse-in-our-community
Do you need a doctor? Know someone who does?
Addiction Recovery Program (offered in French)
Tuesdays: 6:30pm to 8pm
Location: Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre at 240 Centrum Blvd. – Unit 105, in Orléans
Information and registration: Charles-Étienne Légaré Rouleau email@example.com – (613) 741-2523 or visit www.smartrecovery.org
Type 2 Diabetes Education Program
Offered at the Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre (OCCRC) – please click here for more details.
Healthy Smile Ontario — Dental Screening Clinic
Healthy Smiles Ontario – Beaux sourires Ontario
Service offered every 3rd Friday of the month at the OCCRC from 9am to noon.