Updated 25 March 2020
As a community we at the Royal City Mission, Drop In Centre, Hope House, Wyndham House and the Guelph Community Health Centre are combining resource efforts to meet the needs of vulnerable community members during our COVID-19 response. We will be supported with food from Guelph CHC’s SEED program, funding from the County of Wellington and by generous members of our community.
IF YOU ARE HOMELESS
At this time all food will be received and prepared in partnership with the Royal City Mission and will be made available at the Drop-In Centre, 23 Gordon St. ...
Adults or seniors
Women and children
IF YOU ARE FOOD INSECURE
Support and grocery items will be available. To book an appointment, please call HOPE House at(519) 265-4299 or email firstname.lastname@example.org private message us on Facebook.
HEALTH SUPPORTS TO VULNERABLE COMMUNITY MEMBERS:
The Guelph CHC’s Downtown and Shelldale locations remain open for scheduled, urgent medical appointments. Wherever possible, care is being provided virtually.
A registered nurse and inreach worker are onsite daily at Guelph CHC’s downtown location to provide health care and support to our most vulnerable community members, including those who are homeless.
Nurse Practitioners continue to provide regular walk-in outreach clinics at the Welcome in Drop In Centre. Outreach Workers from the SOS and Welcoming Streets teams continue to provide modified supports.
Consumption and Treatment Services remain open regular hours, now relocated to the lower level of Guelph CHC’s downtown location to provide for enhanced distancing and infection control.
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