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Alternate Name Aboriginal Healthy Babies Healthy Children ; Aging at Home Program ; Community Support Services Program ; Community Wellness Program ; CV19 ; Mental Health and Addictions Program ; OCR
Location & Accessibility
Located In Community Kingston
Address & Map
629 Division St, Unit 2
Kingston, ON K7K 4B7
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Intersection Division St and Stephen St
Bus Route Notes Kingston Transit Trip Planner * routes 2 and 18
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Parking Free parking behind building
Description and Services
Description (Service) COVID-19 (21 Apr 2020): Staff is delivering services remotely. Métis who are in need of help accessing supports are urged to contact the MNO toll free at 1-800-263-4889 or email

Support and development of self-government institutions of Indigenous people

Aboriginal Health Babies Healthy Children: encourages optimum child development from pregnancy to age six, increases knowledge and strengthen skills for healthy decision making, play based learning activities, parenting skills, referrals and advocacy, home visits, and access to developmental supports

Community Support Services Program: medical transportation, friendly visiting, security checks, caregiver support, and community support (advocacy and referrals) * culturally appropriate services

Community Wellness Program: works closely with individuals and families to reduce the risk and incidence of family violence, promotes knowledge and skills leading to better health outcomes, crisis intervention, peer counselling, wellness planning, referrals and advocacy, and home visits

Mental Health and Addictions Program: helps identify mental health goals and develop a plan to overcome challenges related to mental health and addictions in a holistic way

Employment and Training and Education Branch: career counselling, employment readiness training, wage subsidies, apprenticeship support, mobility assistance, self-employment, youth initiatives and services for clients with disabilities

Aging at Home Program: 55+ Indigenous Seniors * light housekeeping, laundry, grocery shopping, transportation (non-medical), meal preparation post-surgery, snow and lawn contracted services (based on financial assessment).
Hours COVID19: Irregular, call for details.
Areas Served Belleville ; Kingston ; Leeds and Grenville United Counties
Boundaries Highway 7 (North) to the border (South) * Brockville (East) to Trenton (West)
Eligibility Indigenous people and family members * inclusive services to everyone in the community who prefer services given in cultural or holistic practices 
Aboriginal Health Babies Healthy Children: children 6 years and under 
Employment and Training and Education: Métis community
Application Call for more information
Languages English
Fees None
Service Categories Caregiver Consultation and Support ; Friendly Outreach Programs ; Indigenous Employment Programs ~ Indigenous Communities ; Individual Advocacy ; Non-Emergency Medical Transportation ; Specialized Information and Referral ; Spouse/Intimate Partner Abuse Prevention ; Well Baby Care ; Wellness Programs
Contact Information
Office Phone 613-549-1674
Fax 613-549-3735
Social Media Facebook Instagram Twitter
Other Details
Funding Provincial ; Donations - Charitable Registration Number: 898169818 RR0001
Resources Website

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