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Date updated: August 24, 2020

Violence Prevention Southwest

COVID-19 UPDATE: July 20, 2020 During the Covid-19 Pandemic and health emergency, the office of Violence Prevention Southwest will be CLOSED until further notice. For information and general inquiries, please contact Patti Spencer by email at pspencer.cac@gmail.com or by phone at 709-649-9777. Violence Prevention Southwest was formerly known as the  Southwestern Coalition to End Violence…

Violence Prevention Northern Peninsula

Violence Prevention Northern Peninsula was formerly known as (Northern Committee Against Violence or NCAV).  It is one of ten Regional Coordinating Committees that work to increase awareness of all forms of violence.  The provincial Violence Prevention Initiative Services (through the Office for the Status of Women) supports the RCCs through a grants program and other…

Virtual Care:Easy and Safe for you to keep and make healthcare appointments

Help Reduce the Spread of COVID-19 Through Virtual Care Virtual care helps with physical distancing and reduces the risk of getting COVID-19 in Newfoundland and Labrador. By use of a phone call or video conference you can keep and make health care appointments. Ask your health care provider if your appointment can be handled virtually.…

COMPUTER AND TECHNOLOGY – FREE ONLINE CLASSES

Computer and Technology – FREE Online Classes Hosted by techKNOWtutors -CSC NL During the COVID-19 Outbreak, techKNOWtutors is still available to help with any tech questions and is offering FREE classes online. Call or text 709-728-8239 or email techknowtutors@cscnl.ca for answers to simple questions about digital hardware and the Internet. This service is free to…

COVID-19 related Tops 10 Scams and Frauds

Beware of the frauds and scams happening during COVID-19. Here is a list of the top 10. Protect yourself and educate your friends and family. Stay Safe!   Top 10 Frauds and Scams during COVID-19

People who are at high risk for severe illness from COVID-19

While diseases can make anyone sick, some Canadians are more at risk of developing severe complications from an illness due to underlying medical conditions and age. If you are at risk for complications, you can take action to reduce your risk of getting sick from COVID-19. Click Here for more information from the Government of…

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