recover room for pop-up vaccine clinic with blue chairs set up six feet apart

COVID-19 Vaccination Booking Information

Pop-up clinic recovery room with chairs lined up 6 feet apart
Our recovery room for the vaccination clinic

Booking Appointments for Friday january 21st and 28th

To book an appointment:

  1. Call us at 519-208-5333 to speak to a navigator to book an appointment
  2. Email us at info@aocan.org to inquire/book an appointment

We are now booking ages 5-11 vaccines

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Donations

Anishnabeg Outreach offers many different programs which will allow you to contribute to our donations. Through the incredible donation of a house, and the funds from the sale of the house, we were able to take our organization in a new direction and begin the building of our centre for healing. Your donations make a difference. For example, a local church collected funds and chose to donate to AO. We were able to double the value of the donation by purchasing a washer and dryer at a Black Friday sale. Now families can donate their children’s outgrown clothing that we can wash, fold, sort and distribute to other families in the community. Oftentimes families are confronted with choosing food over clothing and the washer and dryer meant that children could have both food and clothing.

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Anishnabeg Outreach

We have two offices one in Kitchener and one in Guelph. The Guelph office is our main employment office where we will be able to assist you with job search and resume development. At both locations you will have access to an employment counsellor. Our Kitchener office is where we offer all services related to healing. At our Kitchener location you will find our EarlyON.
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Anishnabeg Outreach
Aanii and Happy Friday!

We are super pleased to announce a zoom teaching that will be taking place Saturday, January 22nd at 8:30pm with Knowledge Keeper Gerard.

This event will be for those who self-identify as First Nations, Metis, or Inuit.

All those who are interested please email jessica@aocan.org expressing your interest to receive the zoom link. Registration will close Saturday, Jan 22nd at 4pm.
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Anishnabeg Outreach
Did you know that Cedar is one of the Four Sacred Medicines?

➡️ Cedar has many therapeutic and medicinal purposes. Cedar baths are used for healing, and cedar tea is meant to attract positive energy and provide health benefits.

➡️ When it is put in fire with tobacco, it crackles - when it does this, it is calling the attention of the spirits or ancestors to the offering that is being made.

➡️ Cedar is also used in fasting and sweat lodge ceremonies as a form of protection.
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Anishnabeg Outreach
Anishnabeg Outreach
Good afternoon everyone!

We will be hosting a COVID-19 Vaccine clinic tomorrow, Friday January 21st from 9am-3pm for eligible self-identifying First Nations, Metis and Inuit community members to receive their first, second or third dose.

We have both Pfizer and Moderna available, and are now able to provide third doses to teens ages 16+!

The Region of Waterloo is also still conducting first and second doses for Indigenous children ages 5-11 years old.

To schedule an appointment, please call 519-208-5333 or email us at info@aocan.org

Miigwech!
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