Elder Abuse Networks across Ontario play an integral role, each and every day, when supporting victims and survivors of crimes, providing critical information and helping navigate resources (whether justice, social services or the healthcare system). They do this with compassion and in a meaningful way. Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario (EAPO)… Continue Reading Jennifer Josephson Receives Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario Award
Brock Community Health Centre (Brock CHC) is pleased to be recognized as a Diabetes Education Centre that successfully meets the Standards for Diabetes Education in Canada, as granted by The Standards Recognition Review Committee of Diabetes Canada on August 10, 2020. Brock CHC’s Diabetes Education Centre has achieved a level… Continue Reading Brock CHC Diabetes Education Program Receives Recognition Status
Brock Community Health Centre (Brock CHC) is pleased to announce funding from the COVID-19 Seniors Response Fund. The Government of Canada, through Employment and Social Development Canada, established the COVID-19 Seniors Response Fund. United Way Canada was mandated to allocate the funds through local United Ways to identify and respond… Continue Reading Brock CHC Receives Funding for COVID-19 Seniors Response
Architectural rendering of the new Brock CHC building to be constructed at 39 Cameron St. W., Cannington Brock Community Health Centre (Brock CHC) has surpassed the $450,000 fundraising goal for its “Building Our New Home” Capital Campaign, with additional gifts still arriving. “We are incredibly thrilled!” stated Terri Donovan,… Continue Reading Brock Community Health Centre Reaches Capital Campaign Goal!
Tammy Rankin was the Senior Safety Advisor for the Municipality of Durham, a founding member of the Durham Elder Abuse Network (D.E.A.N.) and developed a partnership with the Durham Regional Police Seniors Support Coordinator position. Tammy worked tirelessly to advocate for and support the senior population in her community. … Continue Reading Nominations Invited for the Tammy Rankin Legacy Award
In preparation for the construction of Brock CHC’s new building, Brock CHC has recruited the Capital Campaign Cabinet, a group of strong community leaders who will be the driving force behind the fundraising efforts for the capital project. Composed of representatives from the Brock CHC Board of Directors and senior… Continue Reading Brock Community Health Centre Announces Capital Campaign Cabinet
Canada’s Food Guide has come a long way since its inception in 1942. Originally called Canada’s Official Food Rules, it was created to help Canadians choose foods that promote overall health and well-being (Health Canada, 2007). Since its name change to Canada’s Food Guide in 1961, the core concept has… Continue Reading What You Need to Know About the New Canada’s Food Guide
To mark International Women’s Day on March 8, 2019, the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) released, The Best and Worst Places to be a Woman in Canada 2019 – The Gender Gap in Canada’s 26 Biggest Cities. In this fifth edition, the mandate continues to look at gender equality… Continue Reading The Best and Worst Places to be a Woman in Canada
Brock CHC wishes to extend an invitation to our Holiday Open House, hosted in partnership with Community Care Durham – Brock, on Wednesday, December 5, 2018 from 1-3 pm in the Brock Township Building, Lower Level (1 Cameron Street E., Cannington). Join us for warm greetings and refreshments! Everyone welcome.
Brock Community Health Centre (Brock CHC) is pleased to recognize The Regional Municipality of Durham’s support and financial contribution of 25 per cent of the community component of the capital project up to a maximum of $225,000 for Brock CHC’s capital project. “The Region of Durham is pleased to provide… Continue Reading Media Release – The Regional Municipality of Durham Announces Funding for Brock Community Health Centre’s Capital Project