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Date updated: April 3, 2020

AA – ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS – DISTRICT 14, Avalon Area NL

Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. As a self-help program, AA is self-supporting and not led by professionals. AA is widespread and welcomes a diverse membership with a wide range of interests, backgrounds, and experiences. Alcoholics Anonymous groups oppose no one and express no views…

Rug Hooking Guild of Newfoundland & Labrador

The Rug Hooking Guild of Newfoundland and Labrador records and preserves the historial background of rug hooking in this province. The Guild has 15 branches or rug hooking groups in NL: Woody Point, Corner Brook, Lark Hr, Grand Falls- Windsor, Gander, Eastport, Springdale, Point Leamington, Lewisporte, Northern Arm, St. Alban’s, Clarenville, Paradise, St. John’s, Harbour…

Violence Prevention East (Clarenville-Bonavista area)

Violence Prevention East was formerly known as Eastern Region Committee Against Violence or ERCAV. It is a non-profit, volunteer committee, made up of individuals from both government and community. They meet regularly in the Clarenville-Bonavista area of NL to discuss issues relating to violence. Violence Prevention East encourages a community approach to violence prevention.  

DoorWays: Eastern Health. Update March 31

DOORWAYS continues support through COVID-19 – NO walk-ins Mental health and addictions staff will continue to offer telephone and/or virtual support through DoorWays. Please call the clinic in your area to discuss counselling options: Community       Phone # St. John’s      752-4903 Witless Bay     334-3941 Ferryland or Trepassey  432-2930 Holyrood/Whitbourne/St. Mary’s/Placentia        945-6513 Bay Roberts/Harbour Grace/Old Perlican  945-6513…

Clarenville Region Extended Seniors’ Transportation (CREST)

CREST is a transportation system: Serves people over the age of sixty and individuals over twenty-five with mobility issues Covers an area centered in Clarenville with approximately a twenty-kilometer radius Operates on a scheduled route Must be booked by noon the day before passengers wish to travel Accepts bookings up to sixty days prior to…

Random Age-Friendly Communities (Clarenville)

Random Age-Friendly Communities has broad representation from town of Clarenville and Community Groups. Services are: appropriate, affordable, and accessible transportation; housing; support services and opportunities to participate in healthy aging; spiritual, social, recreational activities; and a safe and secure environment.  

SPCA Thrift Store (Clarenville)

The thrift store is open Monday to Saturday 11 am to 4 pm. The store is attached to the shelter and is located at 125 Huntley Drive, Clarenville. Donated items to be dropped off during hours of operation.

GATHER Drop-In Seniors Program (Clarenville)

Generating Awareness Through Healthy Eating and Recreation is a “drop-in” program.  GATHER meets on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 1:30 to 4:00 pm at the Bill Davis Chalet, Clarenville.   Anyone aged 50 or over is welcome. For further information call Marjorie Sparkes at 466-4324.

Eastern Health. Grief and Bereavement

Grief is a natural response to loss. Bereavement is the human reaction to the loss of a loved person by death. But all loss can cause grief or heart-ache . People dealing with grief and loss may need a professional and/or someone who has been there to support recover.

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