SERVICES DURING COVID-19
The Urban Indigenous Healthy Living program is offering the following supports throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic:
and yoga practices on video streaming/social media platforms
referrals to no-contact UNFC food bank
mental health services referrals
referrals to federal, provincial, and local no-contact services
advertising and referrals to indigenous emergency supports online
planning nutritional and physical activity videos/streaming coming soon!
We are also actively working on the committee with the Northwestern Health Unit for the Community Garden and Kids Garden Club to secure the ability for our community to continue this important food supply link to garden members/community in a safe and secure manner.
We are currently assisting with the preparations for emergency supports for our community members, and planning/sourcing/purchasing for a new prepared meal distribution and breakfast buddies food program for children.
“Empowering individuals to live healthy, active lifestyles.”
The Urban Aboriginal Healthy Living Program (UAHLP) can help you achieve your lifestyle goals! This program is taking major strides to help community members to increase their physical activity levels and their cardio-vascular health; to become smoke-free; to increase their knowledge of nutrition, healthy eating practices and weight management; and, to enhance the leadership ability of our youth.
While the UAHLP will offer great benefits for the community as a whole.
Other healthy living programs available to interested community members are:
- Healthy Eating, Healthy Weight
- Smoke Free Living/Smoking Cessation
Program Registration - all participants must register for programming
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Wendy Kabel, Program Worker
Circle of Life Centre
616 Mowat Avenue
Fort Frances, Ontario
Phone: (807) 274-8541
Toll Free: (877) 496-9034
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