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Date updated: April 3, 2020

Seniors Memory Mug Up – At The Market – April 2019 to March 2020

Seniors Memory Mug Up – At The Market   St. John’s Farmers Market A free tea and story-sharing session for seniors   Location:  Community Room at the St. John’s Farmers Market Day and Time: Second Sunday of every month at 2 pm Date: April 2019 to March 2020   Funded through the New Horizon’s for Seniors…

City of St. John’s Non-Profit Housing

City of St. John’s Non-Profit Housing manage houses and apartments that vary in size from one to four-bedroom units and are available for rent to low income earners based on their family net income. Housing provided by the City falls into three distinct categories: Lower End of Market Housing (LEMS) Rent Geared to Income (RGI)…

AA – ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS – DISTRICT 15- ST. JOHN’S 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…

St. John’s Tool Library

NOTE: Closed until further notice due to outbreak Do you have tools out now? Hold onto (use) them until the Tool Library re-opens with NO late fees. Questions or Concerns: stjohnstoollibrary@gmail.com The St. John’s Tool Library provides access to tools you, your family, and your community need, when you need them. The Tool Library is…

Family Peer Support – CHANNAL (St. John`s – Mount Pearl)

Family Peer Support  – CHANNAL (St. John`s – Mount Pearl)   It can be difficult to support a loved one through an illness Join other family members and supporters in a confidential, safe, non-judgmental space as individuals share their experience of supporting loved ones living with mental health and addictions issues. No registration required  …

Multicultural Women’s Organization of Newfoundland and Labrador

Multicultural Women’s Organization of NL (MWONL) delivers services to facilitate the integration and full participation of women and their families in the community. ​MWONL Seniors and Women’s Groups and  Adults meet regularly to cook together and discuss issues of interest in the community. Works to increase social interaction, spoken english and community/social integration. Groups are free…

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