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Brock Community Health Centre is committed to the safety and well-being of our clients, our staff and the community at large. This includes implementing measures to reduce the risk of dangers like COVID-19. Brock CHC is closely monitoring the situation with COVID-19 and is following updates, guidelines and advice suggested by the Ontario Ministry of Health, the Central East LHIN and the Alliance for Healthier Communities.
Program runs Fridays from July 26 to September 27, 2019
10 - 11 am
Beaverton Town Hall (397 Simcoe Street, Sunderland)
Complement your path to health and wellness. Learn to relax your mind and body through guided meditation. Benefits may include reducing stress, improving your breathing, helping the healing process, and finding calm and balance in your life. Drop in to find out more about how meditation can complement your current health practices. No experience necessary. All are welcome. FREE.
Brock Community Health Centre (Brock CHC) is a community health service for residents of Brock Township and surrounding areas, an area in Ontario where, by all accounts, there has been an inadequate range of primary health services available for many years. Community advocacy by a committed group of local residents resulted in the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care providing funding for a community health centre for Brock Township residents in late 2007.
Brock CHC is non-profit charitable organization, registered in Ontario, governed by a Board of Directors, representing the communities of Brock Township and surrounding areas. The Board is elected annually from the organization’s membership. Brock CHC’s Letters Patent were issued in 2002.
Brock Community Health Centre (Brock CHC) assists individuals, families and community organizations to identify local health issues and to develop and implement programs that address these needs.
We believe that good health means more than not being ill. It means access to affordable housing and adequate food, opportunities for education and employment with a living wage and residing in an environment that is clean and safe.
We welcome community members to join and participate with us as we strive to improve the health of our community.
Brock CHC Participates in the Durham Ontario Health Team
Ontario Health Teams (OHTs) are a critical component of the Ontario Government’s plan to reorganize health care services and will provide a new way of organizing and delivering health care services in local communities. Through OHTs, health care providers will work as one connected team making it easier for people to access services and transition between providers, and empower patients and families in their personal health care. On November 29, 2019, Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health, announced the Durham OHT as one of the first 24 teams in the province. The Durham OHT is comprised of an Oversight Committee of 16 organizations with representation from primary care, acute care, and home care and community providers, along with regional government, and patient, family and caregiver representatives.