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Wellesley’s new Community Food Cupboard opening soon!

Wellesley’s new Community Food Cupboard opening soon!

The Wellesley Community Food Cupboard opens in less than a month, thanks to the collaboration of local foodbanks, a committee of people from local churches, businesses and organizations, and Carizon’s own Sue Martin, Family Outreach Worker. This food cupboard will be an emergency stopgap for people who need groceries, but can’t get to the bigger food banks in Elmira or New Hamburg. The cupboard’s hours will be every Monday from 10 a.m. to noon and every Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. People who need support are able to call the Wellesley Community Food Cupboard directly at 519-616-3663 (Food). Learn more about this venture by reading the article featured in the New Hamburg Independent. 

Carizon Announces Spring Group Programs

Carizon Announces Spring Group Programs

Carizon offers a wide range of group programs this Spring including Managing Stress for Managing Moods, Moving Towards Healthy Relationships and Taming Our Anger: The Hero’s Journey. All Spring groups and times are listed on our Group Program page. Registration is required for all groups, including groups with no fee. For more information on any group, please contact us at 519-743-6333. Unless otherwise indicated, group programs are based on a sliding fee scale. Course material charges may apply to some groups.

Trauma Informed Parenting Workshop

Trauma Informed Parenting Workshop

An educational workshop is being presented at Front Door for parents/caregivers of children and youth who have experienced and been impacted by trauma. This is an educational workshop with the objective of assisting participants in understanding and parenting their child from a trauma-informed perspective. Participants will leave the workshop with a tool kit of resources to support their learning.
Date: March 31, 2015
Time: 6-8pm
Location: 1770 King St. East, Kitchener
To Register: Contact Melissa Voisin at 519-749-8740 x 254 or mvoisin@carizon.ca

Ignite the Night - Youth Coffee House

Ignite the Night - Youth Coffee House

Front Door is supporting a Youth Coffee House called “Ignite the Light” in partnership with the City of Kitchener and the Kitchener Youth Action Council. This event is a performing opportunity for youth that is designed to shatter the stigma around mental health. Ignite the Light will take place on Saturday, March 28, from 6 -8 p.m. at the Queen Street Commons, 43 Queen Street South in Kitchener. It is a free event. If youth would like to perform, they are asked to RSVP to youth@kitchener.ca.

Upcoming Events

6th Annual CHYM Father Daughter Ball

6th Annual CHYM Father Daughter Ball

Fathers and daughters (recommended ages 5 – 12 years) are invited to an evening to celebrate this cherished relationship.

Spring Counselling Groups 2015

Spring Counselling Groups 2015

For Information or Registration
Please Call: (519) 743-6333