The community Wellness Centre at Jeffery Hale promotes the personal and shared well-being of English speakers in the Quebec City region by offering a range of health promotion programs.
Our aim is to provide you with quality services and to continue to develop programs and activities adapted to meet the health and social services needs of the English-speaking community.
Truly a “Community of Care” in Action!
The community Wellness Centre is able to provide all of its activities also thanks to a close partnership with the non-profit organization Voice of English-speaking Québec, and with Jeffery Hale – Saint Brigid’s, a public health and social services establishment.
At Any Age — Check out these activities and services of general interest at the community Wellness Centre.
At Any Age — There is no more important job than being a parent. The Wellness Centre offers a range of activities for parents with babies and toddlers to support you and put you in touch with other English-speaking parents living in the area.
Support for You — Caregiving is important work that can be both rewarding and challenging. You may be taking care of an ageing parent, spouse, or friend. By all sharing and learning together, we can enlarge our local Caregivers’ Circle.
For Seniors — At the Wellness Centre, we put the we have programs to help older adults life a healthy, full and active life in the community.
Special Needs Activities
SNACS — Activities and support for children, teens and young adults with special needs, as well as for their caregivers. Safe and inclusive assisted activities encourage socialization and stimulation.
Wellness Activities at Saint Brigid’s
For Residents — A wide range of social and recreational activities.
Volunteering is an opportunity to get so much more than you give.
Our volunteer resources breathe life into our programs offered at the community Wellness Centre at Jeffery Hale and into Wellness Activities at Saint Brigid’s. As a Wellness volunteer, you will meet new people, share your experience, learn from others, and help enrich the quality of life both clients and residents alike. Let’s put your compassion to action!
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