Senior Citizens Council of Ottawa
This Council was founded in 1957 as a not-for-profit volunteer association comprising
over 70 senior citizens organizations and residential groups.
The Council is dedicated to providing seniors with the means to enhance their well-being and to
remain self-sufficient, helping them become involved and integrated in the community and ensuring
senior participation in planning and improving the services that affect them.
The Council provides its services through a volunteer board of directors comprising seniors, a
full-time Executive Director and two staff members, with over 200 regular senior volunteers who
donate over 12,000 hours of their time each year.
The Senior Citizens Council of Ottawa is partially funded by the City of Ottawa, the United Way
of Ottawa and the Ontario Ministry of Health.
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The Olde Forge Community Resource Centre
The Olde Forge Community Resource Centre (OFCRC) is a non-profit, charitable organization run by a handful of staff and a dedicated corps of volunteers. It's located at the junctions of Carling Avenue and Richmond Road, in the West End of Ottawa.
Housing Help is a "one-stop" housing information and assistance agency. From simple tenancy questions to the crisis of homelessness, Housing Help's staff work with clients to solve a wide range of tenant and landlord issues.
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Resources for older adults and caregivers.