Our community partners, who provide important social services are continuing to function, but many have had to change how they operate.
The list below includes only some of the many organizations providing services to our community.
The Safe Works Access Program (SWAP) is continuing its needle exchange program. Hours have been reduced, so please get in contact for these services.
Association for New Canadians
While the Association for New Canadians is closed to in-person appointments, they are continuing to provide settlement services for the newcomer community by phone, email, and through interactive online programming. For more information call (709) 634-2656 or email email@example.com. To stay informed of their online programs and events, follow ANC Newcomers Community Connections on Facebook.
634-2656 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
BOI Ministerial Association
The Food Bank is continuing to offer hampers. Call to order and arrange pickup.
Canadian Red Cross COVID-19 help line
For anyone having non-medical issues or concerns regarding self-isolation.
Community Mental Health Initiative
CMHI provides housing support to individuals with complex needs.
634-4117 388-4000 (Housing)
Corner Brook Status of Women’s Council
The Women's Centre is closed to drop-in service, please contact them for emotional support services and safety planning advice.
Mental Health Support
This can be a particularly stressful time for adults and children. A good resource for contact information and self-help is BridgeTheGapp.ca.
www.bridgethegapp.ca or 1-855-753-2560
Most pharmacies are providing full services with some new procedures. Some are providing free delivery. Call your pharmacy for more information on getting your prescriptions filled, prescription extensions, over the counter orders, opioid treatment, and no-contact payment methods.
Qalipu First Nation
Qalipu First Nation provides a number of services to members, including coordination of medical transportation, mental health counselling, and non-insured health benefit information.
The Salvation Army can provide emergency food, clothing and lodging. It can also provide emotional and spiritual care. Weekly lunch program is cancelled for the time being.
Willow House provides emergency shelter for women and children in crisis.
Office: 634-4199 Crisis: 634-4198 Toll free: 1-866-634-4198