Local Aids

Food:

~ Northumberland Fare Share - Port Hope & Cobourg
http://www.fareshare.ca/

~ Port Hope Community Health Centre - Food Cupboard:
http://www.porthopechc.ca/content/our-programs

~ Bewdley Food Bank (Community Works):
http://www.cwiht.ca/

~ The Salvation Army:
http://www.sallyann.ca/Food%20Cupboard/FoodCupboard.html



Clothing:
~ Bewdley Food Bank (Community Works):
http://www.cwiht.ca/

~ The Salvation Army
http://www.sallyann.ca/

~ Please speak with your church to see what programs are available.



Gift cards for Grocery Shopping:

~ Please speak with your church to see what programs are available

~ Milk for Moms
https://ncdc.ca/services-for-families/milk-for-moms/

~ Northumberland Bridges Program (NCDC – Northumberland Child Development Centre)
https://ncdc.ca/services-for-families/northumberland-bridges-program/

Miscellaneous 

~ Greenwood Coalition - Broken jewelry for art projects 

https://www.greenwoodcoalition.com/

The following accept various types of donations including clothes, old blankets, etc:

~ Petticoat Lane 25 Munroe St.  - 905-372-9002

 

~ Humane Society 46 Covert St.  - 905-372-8451

 

~ Horizons 50 Covert St.  - 905-372-0503

 

~ Beyond the Blue Box 4 Covert St.  - 905-373-7202

 

~ Big Brothers & Big Sisters 18 John St  - 905-885-7505

 

~Community Works in Hamilton Twp - 905-797-2535

 

~Cobourg and Grafton Legions – take pop cans.

~ Purpose Thrift Store - 32 Walton Street - Port Hope

Beyond

~ Helping Hands Northumberland will accept a variety of donations. Please email them at: helpinghandscobourg@gmail.com 

~ Canadian Food for Children - toys, medical supplies, office supplies, clothing, shoes:
http://www.canadianfoodforchildren.net/

~ Friends of the North Missiway

diclarke1969@gmail.com

~ Canada 211

211 service providers exist to help people who are experiencing life's challenges access and use services they need, such as food, housing, mental health services or financial assistance, while reducing congestion caused by non-emergency calls to 911 dispatch lines.

      - Examples of support:

             ·     Finding a family doctor

             ·     Locating the closest food bank

             ·     Counselling and mental health support

             ·     Housing support

             ·     Accessing a walker, can or wheelchair

 Across Canada, 211 service providers now reach more than 26 million residents, offering confidential guidance about services and help available in local communities. The service is a free, easy access point for community, social, health and government assistance and is available by phone, online search, chat and text. Callers to 211 can access on-demand interpretation in over 150 languages.  

Mental Health Aids

~ Central East Healthline

https://www.centraleasthealthline.ca/listServices.aspx?id=10237&region=NorthumberlandCounty

~ Belleville and Quinte West Community Health Centre

https://www.bqwchc.com/services/primary-health-care/social-worker-support/free-resources-for-mental-health

~ The Walk-In Counselling Clinic

https://walkincounselling.com/

~ Connex Ontario

https://www.connexontario.ca/

~ MDAO (Mood Disorders Association of Ontario)

https://www.mooddisorders.ca/

~ Telephone Support Line:1-866-363-MOOD (6663).
Monday to Friday, 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


~ Northumberland Community Counselling Centre (NCCC): 

https://nhh.ca/document/news-release-walk-in-counselling-clinic-oct-26-2017

~ Port Hope Northumberland Community Health Centre:
https://www.porthopechc.ca/content/counseling


~ Big White Wall 
https://www.bigwhitewall.ca/v2/About.aspx

~Community Mental Health Centre  
Campbellford Memorial Hospital: https://www.centraleasthealthline.ca/displayService.aspx?id=50166

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