June 1, 2017
Healthy Kids Community Challenge Invites Community to Take Part in Global Water Dance on June 24, 2017Midland, Ontario – May 31, 2017 – The Healthy Kids Community Challenge of North Simcoe in partnership with the Georgian Bay Native Friendship Centre is inviting community members to take part in the Global Water Dance to be held on … Read more
June 1, 2017Please click here to learn more about the French conversation group open to everyone! Read more
May 10, 2017To read the full article “Midwifery Services Expanding in Midland” on Simcoe.com, please click here. Read more
PROGRAMS & EVENTS
Honoured Traditional Healers use traditional Aboriginal approaches to bring about wellness for individuals and/or groups with mental, physical, spiritual and emotional holistic healing needs. *Please note that it is customary to give a gift of tobacco to the Healers at each visit. To learn more please contact Jodi Blue, Indigenous Program Assistant, to schedule an appointment at: 705.527.4154 x252.
The CHIGAMIK Community Garden program is a hands-on gardening program at the CHIGAMIK Community Garden located at Little Lake Park. This program will offer community members the skills needed to plant and harvest a summer garden and an Aboriginal medicine garden.The CHIGAMIK Community Garden program is designed to introduce fresh, healthy foods to families and individuals in the community, with the goal of helping them to incorporate these foods into their daily diet. Registration is not required.
*Participants should wear sunblock and a hat. All gardening tools are available on site.
The North Simcoe Walk-In Counselling Clinic is located at CSC Chigamik CHC. This service is a collaborative partnership with Canadian Mental Health Association Simcoe County, Catholic Family Services of Simcoe County, CSC Chigamik CHC, Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care andWendat.
The Walk-In Counselling Clinic is open every Tuesday from 12:00 to 5:00pm to anyone in the North Simcoe Community. No appointment is necessary.
This service may be helpful if you are experiencing issues such as: family conflict, stress, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, addictions, or abuse. You will usually be seen in order of arrival, although some exceptions are made depending on the presenting issue. You will be provided a one-hour session with a counsellor to help you develop a plan. Sessions are meant to be a one-time meeting, however, you can make use of this service in the future.
No need to register, simply drop in! Sessions are available on a first come, first served basis.