As restrictions in the province start to open up, our #1 priority continues to focus on the health and safety of our staff, and community. We’ve adopted some extra protocols to ensure your safety when visiting the centre. These changes are designed to protect you and our team.
We are still limited to the number of people we can have inside the building and we are asking that you speak with your coordinator and schedule your visits. We will continue to uphold the practice of strict social distancing and will require mandatory face coverings for each guest and staff when in the centre.
As always Staff and Administration can be reached via phone and email.
You can find out more about the Ontario restrictions and public health measures here.
If you aren’t sure who to call dial 211 and they will help direct you to local services and supports.
If you need immediate assistance you can reach out to:
First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line:
Mental Health Crisis Line of Grey and Bruce:
Withdrawal Management/Rapid Access Addiction Medicine Clinic:
Please stay healthy and safe.
M'Wikwedong has several programs that cover a variety of ages, including prenatal care, infants, children, pre-teens, and elders. Our programs are tailored especially for Urban Aboriginals.
M'Wikwedong hosts or supports a wide variety of events. We encourage you to come out and participate, as they are great opportunities to socialize and see what's happening in our community.