Dress Purple Day On Dress Purple Day, we want to remind families that help is available, that there are resources and services to help them, and that no one is alone. Today, October 27, the CSCHN family is wearing purple to support and say that we are a place where families can turn for help. Learn more about […] https://www.cschn.ca/dress-purple-day/?lang=en Open your eyes Do you wonder about your relationship? Would you know the signs of an unhealthy relationship if you found yourself in one? Even if it was the lesser known forms, such as economic abuse? It’s not always obvious. For more information, click on the following links: https://ouvrelesyeux.ca/ The following quizzes can help you find out if […] https://www.cschn.ca/open-your-eyes/?lang=en Earth Day – April 22, 2022 Have you ever heard of eco-anxiety? It’s the effect that climate change is having on our mental health, and it’s gaining ground and affecting more and more of us. A growing number of us are experiencing symptoms of anger, stress, sadness and even insomnia! This year’s Earth Day campaign asks us to take action and […] https://www.cschn.ca/earth-day-april-22-2022/?lang=en Launch of our new website – Press release In celebration of spring, the end of the 2021-2022 fiscal year, and a new Executive Director, the Centre de santé communautaire Hamilton/Niagara is proud to present its refreshed and fully bilingual website. With its fresh, contemporary look, the site is easy to navigate and is also accessible to people with disabilities (AODA accessible). In addition, […] https://www.cschn.ca/launch-of-our-new-website-press-release/?lang=en Challenges for March Break To keep the kids busy for a bit, here is an activity sheet aka CHALLENGES TO ACHIEVE DURING MARCH BREAK (add echo here for dramatic effect when you tell the kids!) When an activity is completed, check it off! You can also add details, like what fruit was tried, etc. Send us the sheets showing […] https://www.cschn.ca/challenges-for-march-break/?lang=en Human Trafficking Awareness Day February 22 is Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Did you know that family members and friends play a crucial role in supporting victims and survivors of  human trafficking? To end human trafficking, loved ones and especially parents are encouraged to take 3 concrete actions to help make a difference: Learn about human trafficking Be alert for […] https://www.cschn.ca/human-trafficking-awareness-day/?lang=en French Virtual Celebration of International Women’s Day March 8 It is with great pleasure that the Centre de santé communautaire Hamilton / Niagara invites you to our French virtual celebration of International Women’s Day this Tuesday, March 8, 2022 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. This year’s theme is Ode to the Woman I Am: Inspiration from the Feminine and we are pleased to welcome […] https://www.cschn.ca/french-virtual-celebration-of-international-womens-day-march-8/?lang=en Art Contest for Black History Month Take out your colored pencils, brushes & paints, glitter or other art materials you have to create your masterpieces in honor of Black History Month! Dina, our resident artist, created this beautiful portrait of Angela Davis, a feminist and human rights activist, philosophy professor and true anti-racism icon, and we are asking you to add your […] https://www.cschn.ca/art-contest-for-black-history-month/?lang=en Passing of a great lady It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our colleague, friend and family member, Julie Desrochers-Caron, on January 28. Julie began her long career at the CSCHN on November 9, 1998. She has always worked as a Licensed Practical Nurse in many different roles: perinatal worker, treatment room and lab maintenance, support […] https://www.cschn.ca/passing-of-a-great-lady-2/?lang=en Let us honor the past to inspire the future. Press release – Welland (Ontario), February 1st 2022 Each February, during Black History Month, the Centre de santé communautaire Hamilton/Niagara family and the rest of North America are invited to take part in celebrations and activities highlighting the accomplishments and impact that Black communities have had on history and their imprint on our social fabric. […] https://www.cschn.ca/let-us-honor-the-past-to-inspire-the-future-2/?lang=en