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OTTAWA CENTRE

Centretown Health Community Centre

400 Cooper St., Ottawa ON
613-233-4443/ TTY: 613- 233-0651
http://www.centretownchc.org

The centre provides information and services regarding Social Services, Early Years and Community Health Promotion, Primary Care Medical Services, Lifetime Enrichment for Senior Adults, GLBTQ Youth Services and Rainbow Coffee Group for people aged 44 and older. 

Christie Lake Kids Social Service

400 Conventry Rd., Ottawa ON
613-742-6922

Christie Lake Kids offers recreational and skill development programs at no cost for disadvantaged children between the ages of 6 and 17 in the Ottawa region.  They have boy’s summer camps and all gender winter activities.

Heritage Academy

207 Bayswater Ave., Ottawa ON
613-722-0133
www.heritage-academy.com
info@heritage-canada.com

Heritage Academy is an independent school specifically designed for students with learning disabilities; provides students with support to enable them to reach their full academic potential. By promoting the values of honesty, perseverance, and respect, Heritage Academy fosters acceptance and growth amongst our students. Ages served: 6-25 years.

Kelly McGinnis Library (Pink Triangle Services)


331 Cooper St., Suite 200, Ottawa, ON
613-563-3967

Canada's largest library with over 7,500 titles available. FREE Memberships - FREE Borrowing!  There are thousands of books, Videos and DVD’s dealing with the history of the LGBT Community and where to find information on your community roles and services.

Ten Oaks Project

291 Dalhousie St., Ottawa ON
613-614-1537
http://tenoaksproject.org

The Ten Oaks project engages and connects children and youth from LGBTQ and two-spirited communities through programs and activities rooted in play. The major initiatives are Project Acorn and Camp Ten Oaks.

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OTTAWA EAST

Vanier Community Service Centre

290 Dupuis St. (Main Location)
Ottawa, ON
 613-744-2892
Monday -Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

cscv@cscvanier.com
http://www.cscvanier.com/en/home

161 Marier Ave. (Employment and Family Services)
613-747-2839
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

The centre provides information and services regarding Social Services, Early Years and Community Health Promotion, Primary Care Medical Services, Lifetime Enrichment for Senior Adults, LGBTQ Youth Services and Rainbow Coffee Group for people aged 44 and older.


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OTTAWA WEST

Causeway Work Centre

22 O'Meara Street, Ottawa, ON
613-725-3794
www.causewayworkcentre.org

Provides the support and training targeted at overcoming individual barriers and achieving their employment goals. Focus is on capabilities, interests, potential, job readiness processes and personal choice. They will develop an individual work action plan, on-site coaching and job retention strategies with support.

Ottawa Network for Education

900 Morrison Dr., Ottawa ON
613-366-3085
www.onfe-rope.ca
info@onfe-rope.ca

This education network facilitates dialogue and action to support public education in the Ottawa Community. The service applies to peoples all ages and genders from Kindergarten to PHD undergraduate levels. In partnership with local school boards, colleges, universities and other stakeholders, they develop and implement collaborative initiatives that leverage community resources to support student learning at all levels.

The Good Companions Centre

670 Albert St., Ottawa ON
613-241-4636
www.thegoodcompanions.ca
info@thegoodcompanions.ca

Serving seniours ages 55 and up only. Education and Health Program: Armchair travel, computer classes, current affairs, history programs and language classes. English as a second language, Osteoporosis self-health groups, wellness seminars, guest lecturers and day trips.


ONLINE

St. Nicholas Adult High School - Literacy and Essential Skills

http://adulths.ottawacatholicschools.ca/content.php?doc=88

This organization/education service helps adults upgrade reading, writing, math and other essential skills to prepare them for 1) adult high school, 2) other education and training, 3) work and 4) to live more independently. This is a program of the Ottawa Carleton Catholic School Board.

My Ottawa Jobs .Com

www.myottawajobs.com

This is a “Special FREE” website to recruiters and jobseekers in the Ottawa, Ontario area. Jobs are listed by sectors and allow people to research and ask questions online.

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