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Care Circles

Welcome to Care Circles!

Care Circles is a welcoming safe space for youth to discuss whatever is on their minds without judgment with people who care.

Care Circles is a weekly youth mental health support group facilitated by trained counsellors, staff and volunteers.

Are you a youth or do you know one who is looking for a place to discuss things that matter to them?
A relaxed place where they can talk without judgement? Or just interested in hearing form others?

Care Circles might be the space for you!

Info Session:

Want to know more?

Join us on March 16th for the community Information Session, where we will be presenting the details of this programs.

Date

March 16, 2017

Time

6:30-8:30 pm

Location

Carlingwood Library - Private Meeting room.

Address

281 Woodroffe Ave, Ottawa

Registration:

To register for the program please complete the form below.

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