Maamwi-gnawending is an Ojibway word which means “caring together.” The name of the social and health services building was chosen because it represents the people and services available. Those at Maamwi-gnawending are caring and work together to achieve a common goal of health and wellness within the community. The staff offer non-judgemental counselling and a broad range of social and health services.
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Director of Social and Health Services
Executive Administrative Assistant
New Credit Social & Health Services
659 Unit #2 New Credit Road
Phone: (905) 768-1181
Fax: (905) 768-1225
|Hours of Operation
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
PROGRAMS AND/OR SERVICES OFFERED:
Home support/long term care
Personal support, light housekeeping and relief services for seniors and disabled in the community.
Prevention and intervention, counselling with adults, youth and children as well as parenting classes and other groups as deemed appropriate and providing an intake process to assist with internal/external referrals.
Community wellness workers
Offers youth prevention, social education, community awareness.
Human service cook
Provides breakfast program for the children attending LSK Elementary School and prepares the Meals on Wheels program for the elderly.
Ontario Works (Welfare/employment)
Provides temporary financial assistance in company with employment counselling, support in life skills, and literacy to help reintegrate them into the work force.
Skills development program
Offers tutoring in basic reading, writing, numeric, computer and life skills for all ages individually and in groups.
Employment and training
Services available: Job Board, Internet Access, Resume Assistance, Job Fax Service, Resource Materials
Programs Available: Target Wage Subsidy, Job Creation, Training Purchase, Employment Assistance, Self-Employment Assistance, Small Business Support Program, Mobility Assistance, Alter-Abled Initiative, Youth Work Experience, Stay In School Initiative
For Brief Descriptions on the above Programs (Click Here)
Download Employment and Training Intake Package (Click Here)
In partnership with Aboriginal Labour Force Development Circle and Human Resources and Skills Development Canada
Job Search/ Service Links
- Grand River Employment and Training
- Brant Jobs
- Working in Canada
- Aboriginal Careers
- Job Bank
- Check out the Summer Student employment opportunities at MNCFN or apply contact MNCFN Employment and Training for more student employment opportunities
Healthy babies/healthy children
Support and promote healthy child development. For families with children ages prenatal to six years.
Develops and delivers comprehensive community health services. Health promotion, education, counselling, referrals, home visits, clinics and workshops.
Local Health Integration Network (LHIN)
To view the Declaration of Compliance please click here.
Application for Social Insurance Number - Apply online
Canada’s Universal Child Care plan