COVID-19 INFORMATION: BOOKING YOUR VACCINATION APPOINTMENT
Children aged five or who are turning five years old by the end of 2021 are now eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
To book an appointment, you will need your:
Green Ontario health card. For red and white health cards, call 1-833-943-3900
Email address and / or phone number
COVID-19 INFORMATION: FIND A COPY OF YOUR VACCINATION RECEIPT
To find a print a copy of your vaccination record visit: Ontario COVID-19 vaccination service (ontariohealth.ca)
GET YOUR FLU SHOT
Everyone six months of age and older should get a flu shot each year. Plan to get the flu shot as soon as you can.
The earlier the better. Your body needs about two weeks to build immunity after getting the flu shot. Health care providers have protocols in place for safe immunizations.
Typically, you can plan to get your flu shot in early November.
If you are a Bridges CHC client and need a flu shot,
call 905-871-7621, 289-479-5017 or email email@example.com.
The Overdose Prevention and Education Network of Niagara (OPENN) consists of members from prevention, harm reduction, treatment, and enforcement agencies. We work together to decrease opioid overdoses in Niagara. Learn more about OPENN, here.
REACH MOBILE HEALTH CLINIC
REACH Niagara, funded by TELUS health, has a fully-equipped van with state of the art equipment that moves from community to community to provide care. The mobile clinic is focused on reaching people who are experiencing homelessness , who do not have a primary care provider, or who cannot see their primary care provider.
REACH Mobile Health Clinic will be in:
Fort Erie every Monday from 1-4 pm (starting November 8th) operating from Salvation Army, 255 Gilmore Rd.
Port Colborne every Wednesday from 1-4 pm (starting November 24th) operating from Port Cares' Reach Out Centre, 61 Nickel St.
Find out more about the mobile clinic here.
ONTARIO SENIORS DENTAL CARE PROGRAM
You may be eligible for the program if you:
· are 65 years of age or older;
· are a resident of Ontario;
· as of August 1, 2021 have an annual net income of $22,000 or less for a single person, or a combined annual net income of $37,100 or less for a couple;
(line 236 on an income tax form)
· have no other dental benefits.
For more information contact:
Dental Health Community Worker, Anna Pett Anna.Pett@bridgeschc.ca