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Organization: Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health - Ottawa  
Phone Numbers: Health Clinic: 613-748-5999 * Programs and Administration: 613-748-0657 * Dental Clinic: 613-746-8314
Fax: Health Clinic: 613-748-0550 * Programs and Administration: 613-748-9364
Email: info@wabano.com
Website: www.wabano.com
Address:
299 Montreal Rd
Ottawa, ON
K1L 6B8
Intersection: Vanier Pkwy and Montreal Rd
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility Notes: Fully Accessible
Hours: Administration: Mon-Fri 9 am-5:30 pm
Walk-in Health Clinic: Mon 1 pm-4:40 pm * Tue, Thu 1 pm-4:40 pm, 5:40 pm-7:20 pm * Wed 9 am-11:40 am, 1 pm-4:40 pm * Fri 9 am-11:40 am, 1 pm-4:40 pm
Executives: Allison Fisher - Executive Director
613-748-5999
Joanne Furletti - Director of Health Services
613-748-0657 ext 248 * jfurletti@wabano.com
Contacts: Rosemary Spring - Executive Assistant
613-748-0657 ext 213 * rspring@wabano.com
Service Description: Aboriginal health centre focused on family and community health

Culturally sensitive approach that welcomes, accepts and represents all Aboriginal Peoples

Health and Community Services:
  • family physicians by appointment
  • walk-in clinic and laboratory services
  • dental clinic for children, youth, and seniors
  • anonymous human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing and counselling
  • perinatal care
  • client advocate
  • cultural events programming - including drum circles, medicine walks, sweatlodge ceremonies, Elder consultations, and more
  • community kitchens
  • homeless outreach
  • Housing First support
  • seniors circle
  • dental clinic

Mental Health Services:
  • counselling, including Walk-in Counselling services
  • addictions counselling
  • individual, couples, and family therapy
  • Honouring Sisters In Recovery (addictions group for Aboriginal women) and Men's Circle (addictions and support group for Aboriginal men
  • beading group

Education:
  • diabetes
  • Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
  • healthy living and fitness
  • HIV/AIDS education
  • smoking cessation

Youth Programs:
  • Wasa Nabin (homework support)
  • Youth Diversion outreach
  • Youth Reintegration
  • Community Drug Prevention Program
  • After School Program
  • Healthy Kids Community Challenge
  • Homework Club - Gdo Wiidookoon

Member agency of Support Services Network for Male Survivors in Ontario

Services and Programs:

Fees: None
Application: Walk-in or call to apply
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Persons of Aboriginal heritage: First Nations, Inuit and Métis * dental clinic for Aboriginal youth 17 and under who are covered under the Non-Insured Health Benefits, Healthy Smiles Ontario, or Children’s Aid Society and for Aboriginal adults who are covered for services under the Non-Insured Health Benefits, Ontario Works, or the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)
Languages: English
Language Note: Interpretive Services
Area(s) Served:
Ottawa (City of) and area  
See Also: Child and Youth Community Health Care Programs
Counselling - Personal, Family and Couple
Diabetes
Health Centres and Programs for Indigenous Peoples
HIV / AIDS
Prenatal Classes and Programs
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Smoking Cessation
Street Outreach

This information was last completely updated on September 10, 2016

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