Community Place Hub COVID-19 Walk-In Vaccination Clinics – May 4, 5, 7 & 8, 2021
The Jamaican Canadian Association is offering a pop-up vaccine clinic on May 8 and 9 (10am-6pm) at 995 Arrow Road, specifically for Black, African and Caribbean community members, who are 18+. OHIP not required.
On November 9, 2020, Marit Stiles, MPP for Davenport, presented DPNCHC with a Davenport Good Neighbours` award. The Centre was nominated by community member Mia McDonald. In her nomination, Mia McDonald had the following to say about DPNCHC: `We have seen the workers and volunteers at the DPNCHC give generously to the community time and… Read More about DPNCHC Receives the Davenport Good Neighbours Community Award
SYMPTOMS & TESTING INFORMATION 1. PROTECT YOURSELF: SOURCE: City of Toronto The best way to prevent infection is to avoid being exposed by PRACTICING “PHYSICAL DISTANCING” and PRACTICING CAREFUL HYGIENE PHYSICAL DISTANCING means staying at home as much as possible and stay away from people you do not live with (at least… Read More about COVID-19 Information & Services (last updated June 3rd 2020)
Important Announcement Dear Families: Due to the recent announcements by Public Health on the COVID-19 virus pandemic ~ the following EarlyON centres operated by our agency will be closed until further notice. Davenport-Perth Neighbourhood and Community Health Centre – CLOSED 1900 Davenport Rd Dufferin St Clair Library – CLOSED 1260 Dufferin… Read More about COVID-19 Announcement – Davenport-Perth EarlyON Child and Family Centres
Monday, March 2 | Toronto Anti-Black racism has clear negative effects on the lives of Torontonians. On March 2, the Black Medical Students’ Association at U of T will host its fifth speaker series to discuss this complex and prevalent issue in our society. The event will feature Donna Alexander, a social worker at… Read More about Mental Health in the Black Community – Monday March 2, 2020