Resources & Publications

  1. Implementing the Niagara Mental Health and Addictions Charter: Focus Area Group Discussion Themes Summary

    On November 12, 2014, fifty (50) people gathered for the initial Niagara Mental Health and Addictions Charter Implementation Phase working session. As a result of their work together, the following focus areas for examining essential building blocks to construct the Implementation Framework for the Niagara Mental Health and Addictions Charter...
  2. Measuring Water Efficiency in Tender Fruit Orchards

    In 2013, the Ontario Tender Fruit Producers Marketing Board conducted a project to evaluate the usefulness of soil moisture monitoring devices in Ontario tender fruit orchards. Using different soil moisture monitoring equipment and uploading the information to a website, the project goal was to help farmers make informed decisions about...
  3. Community Hubs in Ontario: A Strategic Framework and Action Plan

    A community hub can be a school, a neighbourhood centre or another public space that offers co-located or integrated services such as education, health care and social services. Each hub is as unique as the community it serves. The Advisory Group’s action plan lays out eight overarching recommendations, which the...
  4. Vote Pop Up: A Kit for Community Groups to Ignite Voter Participation

    Vote PopUp is an easy-to-use, do-it-yourself kit designed to give first-time or infrequent voters the opportunity to practice casting a ballot prior to the election and to affirm their commitment to political participation. It also provides groups an excellent opportunity to connect with communities during election time. Vote PopUps can be integrated into...

Community Calendar

august

31aug9:00 am- 11:00 amInformation Session: Niagara Prosperity Initiative Request for Proposal

september

1sep6:00 pm- 8:00 pmHow to Talk About HIV
2sep12:00 pm- 3:00 pmSafeTALK Workshop
2sep1:00 pm- 2:00 pmWebinar: The Impact of SafeTALK Training on Suicide Prevention and a Culture of Health and Safety in Niagara
3sep9:00 amFort Erie: Local Hub Shared Learning SessionsNiagara Poverty Reduction Network Interagency Collaboration for Person-Centered Service Delivery focused on Client Success
9sep12:00 pm- 1:00 pmRound-Table Discussion at Brock - Adolescent Health and Well-Being

Partners & Projects

  1. Lifelong Learning Niagara

    Established in 2015, Lifelong Learning Niagara is a non-profit, independent organization closely modeled on other lifelong learning groups in Ontario. Their mission is to foster socially engaging, relevant and inspiring third age learning experiences. Visit their website for a list of upcoming classes: http://www.lifelonglearningniagara.com Virginia Stewart CONTACT DETAILS Email: vrs.stewart@gmail.com      
  2. Diabetes Niagara Network

    The Diabetes Niagara Network is an association of diabetes education & service providers in the Niagara Region. Its members strive to work effectively and collaboratively to improve the health of people at risk for or affected by diabetes in Niagara. The Diabetes Niagara Network is dedicated to the prevention and...

Community Blog

  1. Implementing the Niagara Mental Health and Addictions Charter

    Earlier in 2015, Implementation Phase building blocks were gathered for the Niagara Mental Health and Addictions Charter, by diverse partners in the mental wellness continuum in Niagara. The following focus areas, identified by 50 people at the initial Implementation Phase working session in November, 2014, were examined: Housing and Homelessness...

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