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

COVID-19 And Flu Vaccines At AO!

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

Flu shots @ AO!

AO is happy to announce that we now offer flu shots at our COVID-19 vaccination clinics! These shots protect against cold and flu. Clinics are walk-in only for all self-identifying Indigenous community members and their immediate households.

We are now offering the moderna spikevax covid-19 bivalent vaccine!

This vaccination protects against Omnicron and other COVID-19 variants. For more information regarding eligibility, visit the Region of Waterloo Public Health.

2023 Upcoming clinic dates

Friday, February 3rd

Friday, February 17th



**CLINICS RUN FROM 9:15AM-3:15PM**

All appointments are currently walk-in only!

For more information about vaccination clinics:

  1. Call us at 519-208-5333 to speak to a navigator
  2. Email us at info@aocan.org

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Mental Health Management System

Anishnabeg Outreach has created a self-directed virtual healing system that will help millions of Indigenous peoples internationally heal from the effects of intergenerational trauma.

Our Goals:

  • To Rebuild Self
  • To Rebuild Family
  • To Give Back Culture and Family
  • Build Community
  • Provide Opportunities for Healing and Employment

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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.

Anishnabeg Outreach is a registered charity and will issue tax receipts in accordance with Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) guidelines.

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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
Due to poor road conditions AO's offices will remain closed today, January 26th. This includes our EarlyON facility and Spirit Bundle Program.

We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to seeing everyone soon.

Stay safe!

-The AO Team
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Anishnabeg Outreach
Sleeman Centre
📣 CALLING ALL HOCKEY FANS! 📣

On Friday, February 24th join us at the Sleeman Centre in Guelph for the @guelph_storm_ohl vs @ohlhoundpower Charity Hand Up For Healing game with proceeds going toward AO’s programs and services!

This game is presented in partnership and collaboration with The Neighbourhood Group of Restaurants (@miijidaa @borealis_grille @borealisguelph @thewoolypub @park.eatery ) & OHL’s Guelph Storm!

We can’t wait to throw a Hand Up for Healing in Sleeman on Feb 24th! There will be amazing prizes, promotion, and lots of fun. There is even a huge surprise that fans are NOT ready for 👀💙

Tickets can be purchased by visiting tickets.guelphstorm.com/events

See ya there 👋🏒🥅
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Anishnabeg Outreach
Reconciliation to AO is achieved through healing.

Healing for Indigenous communities and people is a process that involves addressing mental health challenges, accessing cultural resources and teachings, community and spirit building, as well as accessing employment opportunities and essential life skills courses.

Learn more about how AO is supporting Reconciliation by visiting our website (aocan.org) and offering a Hand Up for Healing ✋🧡
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