Health Services

Primary Care Services

ProgramWhenWhereContact
Family Physicians and Nurse
Practitioners

Clients who require medical care.
Mon-Fri
8:30am – 4:30pm
Bank Location,
6th floor,
Health Services
Or
By phone
No Walk-In
Please call to inquire about
our waiting list
613-737-4809
Anonymous HIV Testing & Pre/Post
Test Counselling

The rapid point of care test is
available. When you arrive, ask for a
“Social Services Test”.
Monday – Friday
1:00 – 2:30pm
Bank Location,
6th floor,
Health Services
Or
By phone
613-737-5115
ext. 2386 (Intake)
ext. 2405 (Ana)
Foot Care
Assessment and treatment of various
foot problems, routine care,
prevention, teaching and diabetic
care. Fee for this service. Free for
primary care clients but donations are
welcome. $20 for non-primary health
clients.
Mon, Wed, Thur,
8:30am – 4:00pm
Urgent appointments
only
Bank Location,
6th floor,
Health Services
Please call to inquire about
our waitlist
613-737-4809
Breastfeeding
Lactation consultant and dietitian
offers support to mothers who
breastfeed their babies
Mon & Thurs
12:00 – 2:30pm
In person: by
appointment only,
please call
Bank Location,
6th floor
Or
By phone
Sue Thériault Valin
613-737-5115 ext. 2327

Chronic Disease Prevention and Management

ProgramWhenWhereContact
Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Pain
This program helps people living with
chronic pain to better manage their
symptoms and daily life. Group meets
weekly for 6 weeks.
Every
Wednesday
1:30pm
(6 weeks)
Starting April
22.
Registration
required
Weekly ZoomPlease call 1-877-240-3941
Or register online at
www.livinghealthchamplain.ca
For questions contact:
rdavidson@bruyere.org
Living a Healthy Life with a Chronic
condition

This program helps people living with a
chronic condition to better manage their
symptoms and daily life. Group meets
weekly for 6 weeks.
Every
Wednesday
1:30pm
(6 weeks)
Starting April
22.
Registration
required
Weekly ZoomPlease call 1-877-240-3941
Or register online at
www.livinghealthchamplain.ca
For questions contact:
rdavidson@bruyere.org
Smoking Cessation
Individual counselling program
OngoingBy phone613-737-4809
Regional Integrated Care
HealthLinks is a client-centered approach to care coordination for people living
with 4 or more complex or chronic
conditions including those living with
mental health issues, substance use,
palliative and people who are frail. Through
better collaboration with clients and their
various service providers, caregivers and
families, HealthLinks aims to improve the
healthcare experience by ensuring each
client has a coordinated care plan that is
client-focused.
OngoingPlease fill out the identification form and
call for information
Ask your Primary Care provider
about a referral or call Natalie
Fournier 613-737-5115 ext.
2559 to learn about self-referral

Nutrition

ProgramWhenWhereContact
Nutrition Counseling
Individual and family nutrition
counseling by internal referral.
Monday, Thursday
9:00am, 10:00am, 3:00pm
By appointment only, referral
required.
Phone or OTNBy referral only
Nutrition Workshops and
Presentations

Nutrition presentations and
workshops by request to centre
groups.
When existing groups are
scheduled virtually
ZoomSandy McIntyre or
Anette Charron
613-737-5115 ext. 2339

Community and Social Services

Counselling

ProgramWhenWhereContact
Counselling for Individuals, Couples
and Families

Must meet with an intake worker for
a referral. Offered in English, French,
Russian, Arabic and Spanish.
By appointment only.
Please call for an
appointment.
By phone or
videoconference
Social Services
613-737-5115 ext. 2386
Walk-In Counselling Clinic
Free 1h30 counselling services to
individuals, couples and families.
Offered in English, Arabic, and
Spanish. No appointment necessary –
first come, first served.
Tuesday
12:00pm to 5:00pm
By Phone613-737-5115
Walkincounselling.com
Addiction Counselling
Counselling for people with
addictions or people affected by
addictions
Monday
8:30am – 4:30pm
Need a referral through
Service Access to Recovery
(SAR)
South SITE
Provides free harm reduction
supplies: needles, syringes, sterile
water, filters, stems, mouthpieces,
push sticks, screens, and condoms.
Monday to Friday
1:00 – 2:30pm
Bank Location,
6th floor
In person with
social distancing
Intake Walk-In
613-737-5115

Social Services Practical Support

ProgramWhenWhereContact
Monday to Friday
1:00 – 2:30pm
Only accepting walk-ins for food, baby
diapers, formula, HIV, or essential
needs.
Bank Location,
6th floor
In person with social
distancing
Intake Walk-In
613-737-5115
Please call
before coming
Monday to Friday
1:00 – 2:30pm
Only accepting walk-ins for
food, baby diapers,
formula, HIV, or essential
needs.
Low-Income Energy Assistance
Program (LEAP) and Ontario
Electricity Support Program

Help for electricity bill as well as
monthly credit for low income
families. Documents needed. Please
contact intake worker to book an
appointment.
Apply for Energy
Assistance Programs
(LEAP and OESP)
Schedule an
appointment with an
Intake Worker (or by
visiting our Social
Services Walk-In)
By phoneIntake worker
613-737-5115 ext. 2386
Help with ODSP applications with
ODSP Application Support Worker.

Self-report is strictly primary care
clients unless clients outside primary
care come with their social workers to
assist in completing the screening
Mon-Fri
9:00am – 4:00pm
By PhoneIntake worker
613-737-5115 ext. 2386

Adults With Disabilities (18 to 59 years old)

ProgramWhenWhereContact
Community Support Services
Programs providing in-home practical
and social supports to persons 60 and
older or younger than 60 with a
disability. Services include
housekeeping, home maintenance,
respite care, caregiver support,
LunchAbility, medical transportation,
the grocery bus and Handy Helpers.
As needed
Current clients will
have access to
Transportation
services.
By phone/In the
community
Community Support Services
613-737-5115 ext. 2430
Or visit :
www.communityhomesupport.ca
*NOTE: limited services available
during COVID19. Call for details.
Grocery Support
Help with grocery delivery during the
COVID-19 pandemic
As neededBy phone

Volunteer Opportunities and Millennium Learning Centre

ProgramWhenWhereContact
Volunteer Opportunities
Various volunteering opportunities
throughout the centre.
Most volunteer positions
are currently on hold.
Please contact our
volunteer coordinator
for information
TBDSandra Morrison
613-737-5115 ext. 2294
sandram@seochc.on.ca

Multicultural Services

ProgramWhenWhereContact
Healthy Living Initiative (free)
Arabic-speaking facilitators can speak
to your group, church, mosque, on
living well while preventing diabetes
and liver disease.
Ongoing as neededZoomZaineb Al-Kutoby
613-737-5115 ext. 2331
Multicultural Health Promotion Services
Health promotion presentations on
physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing.
OngoingPhone/WhatsAppZaineb Al-Kutoby
613-737-5115 ext. 2331
Community Connections
Assistance with issues related to
immigration and settlement.
Mohamoud (Somali) Radiah (Arabic)
Call for an appointmentMohamoud Hagi-Aden
613-737-7195 ext. 2417
Radiah Jouad
613-737-7195 ext. 2217

Seniors

ProgramWhenWhereContact
Primary Care Outreach to Seniors (PCO)
This program is targeted for seniors (aged 65 and
above) living at home who would benefit from
assistance in health care management and access
to community services
Ongoing as
needed
Please fill out the referral form and callPCO Central Intake
1-844-726-5115
Soins primaires communautaires pour aînés (SPC)
Ce programme est destiné aux personnes âgées à
risque élevé (65 ans et plus) vivant à domicile qui
pourraient bénéficier de l’assistance dans la
gestion des soins de santé et l’accès aux services
communautaires.
Au besoinSVP complétez le formulaire de référence
et téléphonez
SPC admission centrale
1-844-726-5115
Community Support Services
Programs providing in-home practical
and social supports to persons 60 and
older or younger than 60 with a
disability. Services include housekeeping,
home maintenance, respite care,
caregiver support, LunchAbility, medical
transportation, the grocery bus and
Handy Helpers.
As needed
Current clients
will have access
to
Transportation
services.
By phone/In the
community
Community Support Services
613-737-5115 ext. 2430
Or visit :
www.communityhomesupport.ca
*NOTE: limited services available
during COVID19. Call for details.
Grocery Support
Help with grocery delivery during the
COVID-19 pandemic
As neededBy phoneCommunity Support Services
613-737-5115 ext. 2430
Or visit :
www.communityhomesupport.ca
*NOTE: limited services available
during COVID19. Call for details.
Senior Exercise
Online exercise session
TBDOnline
Please Contact
Jocelyne for
information
Jocelyne Pion
613-737-5115 ext. 2323
Jocelynep@seochc.on.ca

Early ON and Early Years Services

Early ON Child and Family Centre

Thank you to the Ontario Ministry of Education and the City of Ottawa for their support!

ProgramWhenWhereContact
Nutritional Supplement
Milk, eggs, and more for pregnant and
breastfeeding women.
Ongoing
By appointment
only. Please call
Women living in the
Early On catchment
(Banff/Ledbury,
Heatherington, Fairlea)
Suzanne El-Tahan
613-915-4779
Goretti Muthabi
613-737-7195 ext. 2352
Community Nurse
Community Outreach to parents and
children within Albion/Heatherington
neighbourhoods. Pre/postnatal and
breastfeeding support.
Tuesday
9:00am – 4:00pm
Thursday
9:00am – 12:00pm
By phone. Please callGoretti Muthahi
613-737-7195
Ext. 2352
Community Connections Worker
People in need of assistance with
immigration and settlement. Call to
make an appointment.
Wednesday
9:00am – 4:00pm
By phone. Please callMohamoud Hagi-Aden
613-737-5115 ext. 2417
Parent Support program
Provide information on child
development and parenting for
families with children 0 to 4 years old.
Ongoing Mon-FriPhoneSuzanne El-Tahan
613-915-4779

Early Years Programs

ProgramWhenWhereContact
Baby & Me
Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program.
Dietitian, nurse and lactation consultant
offer support to pregnant women regarding
healthy Eating and cooking, pregnancy,
baby care, breastfeeding and more.
Monday
9:30 – 11:30am
Phone and Zoom
information sessions
Sandy McIntyre
613-737-5115 ext. 2339
Call to register
Breastfeeding
Lactation consultant and dietitian offers
support to mothers who breastfeed their
babies.
Mon & Thurs
12:00 – 2:30pm
By appointment
only
Bank Location,
6th floor
Sue Thériault Valin
613-737-5115 ext. 2327
Pre-Natal Breastfeeding Information
Sessions

A lactation consultant facilitates a class for
pregnant women who plan to breastfeed.
Once a month
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Register on
Eventbrite for Zoom
sessions
Please call
613-722-4000 ext. 440
For more information
see www.breastfeedingeducationsessions.eventbrite.com

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Youth and Social Services

ProgramWhenContact
Youth SupportAs needed. By phoneUrge
613-247-1600 ext. 325
urgei@seochc.on.ca
Mentoring ServicesAs needed. By phoneAmal
613-247-1600 ext.326