A healthy community is one where everyone has the ability to make healthy choices. We work in partnership to help people and groups identify and take action on issues important to them.
Our Centre works hard to collaboratively address important local and advocacy issues. These include social isolation, community safety, racism, and poverty. CCHC may cancel or reschedule programs as needed.
Your community matters. Get involved!
Services by Appointment
For everyone in the Ottawa area
Have your say in governing your local Community Health Centre. We are always recruiting new members ages 18+ who want to get involved. We welcome input and draw on expertise to further our commitment to health and well-being. Members are eligible to vote at the Annual General Meeting in June and serve on the board of directors and centre committees. Cost: $5.00
Visit reception for membership forms.
Share your talents and time with us! You can find more information on the Volunteers Opportunities page.
By appointment: 613-233-4443 x 2513
Get together with community members to engage in advocacy issues important to Centretown residents. Right now, the group is working on making votes count at all levels of government.
Monthly | Dates vary
Call for information: 613-233-4443 x 2210
The Centretown Community Health Centre is a partner in the Making Voices Count (MVC) Initiative.
For more information on MCV and to view their Civic Engagement Kit: http://makingvoicescount.ca/kit/civic-engagement-kit.