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Canadian Council of the Blind
The Canadian Council of the Blind is a community based, membership driven, social organization. A national organization, with nine provincial divisions. Members of the Ottawa Chapter take part in activities from dinners to seniors’ outings.
Alcoholics Anonymous holds meetings 7 days a week: morning, noon, and night.
If you live in the Ottawa area and think you may have a problem with alcohol, call 613-237-6000 or visit: http://www.ottawaaa.org to find a meeting near you.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario
The quest to fight heart disease and stroke requires support from all walks of life and all ages. Whether you have been personally affected by heart disease or stroke, want to give back to your community or are looking for career experience or personal improvement, we'd love to hear from you! We are a grassroots, volunteer-based organization and we need your commitment to keep operating costs down, that will allow more funding for life-saving research. Your generosity is the key to our success.
Colorectal Cancer Support Group
Meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month. For people living with colorectal cancer, their families and caregivers. From 7pm to 9pm at Maplesoft Cancer Survivorship Centre, 1500 Alta Vista Drive
Support groups meet periodically in various locations in Ottawa, Hull, Gatineau, Cornwall and Pembroke. Confidential.