Are you a Permanent Resident, Canadian Citizen, or Provincial Nominee living outside St. John’s looking for ESL training? As part of this program, one-on-one tutoring is offered in 10-week sessions for 5 hours per week, for a total of fifty (50) hours of tutoring. The instruction varies based on language and literacy level. Contact the…
Date updated: October 13, 2017
The Association of New Canadians offers a distance Home Study “English as a Second Language” (ESL) program. The program is offered to eligible newcomers who wish to improve their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in English. For more information, check out the brochure at this link or contact Marlene at (709) 726-6848 or email@example.com
NAR-ANON is a 12-step recovery program for those who know or have known a feeling of desperation concerning the addiction problem of someone very near to you. There are many meetings in Newfoundland and Labrador. This link will help you find a meeting close to you
The New Hope AL-ANON group is a 12-step recovery program for relatives and friends of alcoholics. There are many meetings in Newfoundland and Labrador. There are also meetings online.. This link will help you find a meeting closest to you.
College of the North Atlantic link to all campuses, their events, and courses offered
Being the sole caregiver for someone at home on a 24 hour-a-day basis can be very stressful and exhausting. If caregivers receive no help or relief, their own health may deteriorate and this may result in the person needing care having to leave his or her home to live in a personal care home or…
Today, a large and highly talented group of older adults in Canada are able to give as volunteers to strengthen their communities and improve quality of life. Fact sheet and brochure prepared by Volunteer Canada.
Questions often asked by people who are thinking of moving into a Long Term Care Facility (Nursing Home) or Personal Care Homes (owned by private businesses). Nursing homes generally provide higher level of nursing and personal care to residents
Questions often asked by people who have to be away from work for a short time (temporarily) to provide care or support to a family member who is seriously ill with a high risk of death within 26 weeks.
The HealthLine is a confidential and free telephone line staffed by experienced Registered Nurses. It is available to all residents of Newfoundland and Labrador, of any age. Call 811 at any time, day or night, to speak to a Registered Nurse. They are always there for you.