Community Support Services are available to seniors aged 55+ and adults with a physical disability living in the communities north of the Queensway, between Preston St. and Blair Rd.
Community Support Services provide support for people who have a disability, illness or limitation due to aging, help them remain living independently and safely at home, and make connections to others their community.
Services are arranged through volunteers, paid workers and independent contractors who have been screened by us, including a police record check for the vulnerable sector, and orientated to the program.
The Good Companions tries to accommodate all requests for service; however, service provision depends on the availability of volunteers, workers and independent contractors.
Membership to The Good Companions is not required in order to access our Community Support Services.
Access Community Support Services on line though our Champlain Caredove website https://www.caredove.com/champlaincss
Click here to view the Patient Bill of Rights.
Call 613-236-0428 for more information and to register for our programs.
We’re so happy to introduce the new Partnership Program through the Seniors’ Centre Without Walls!
The SCWW Partnership Program works with partner organizations across Ontario and Atlantic Canada so they can run their own impactful SCWW program that enhances the health and wellbeing of older adults in their community. These programs encourage meaningful connections, mental stimulation, and life-long learning. Learn more at: https://thegoodcompanions.ca/programs-services/scww-partnership/
Construction on Albert Street between Empress and Bronson is scheduled to start on Monday, March 27th. The City of Ottawa is rehabilitating portions of its underground infrastructure along Albert Street, Queen Street, Slater Street and Bronson Avenue. Albert and Slater Street will be reduced to single lanes in each direction starting on this date and lasting until the end of the 2023 construction season. For more information on this project and how it may affect your travel, please click here.