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Program: Coe Hill Office  
Organization: CARE North Hastings
Phone Numbers: 613-337-5357
Fax: 613-332-0432
Email: asmith@carenh.org
Website: www.carenorthhastings.org
Address:
PO Box 132
Coe Hill, ON
K0L 1P0
Street Address:
2254 Main St, Suite A-B, Lower Level
Coe Hill
 
Intersection: Hwy 62 and Salem Rd
Location: Located in the Royal Canadian Legion building
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Hours vary * call ahead
Executives: Jennifer Kauffeldt - Executive Director
613-332-4700 * jkauffeldt@carenh.org
Public Contacts: Amanda Smith - Program Coordinator
613-337-5357 or 613-332-4700 ext 4
Service Description: Supports for older adults, and adults with disabilities * helps people remain independent in their own homes for as long as possible * referral to other community services
  • foot care
  • friendly visiting
  • meal delivery
  • frozen meal service
  • personal emergency response systems
  • telephone reassurance
  • transportation for seniors and people with disabilities

Fees: Varies per program
Application: Call * no referral required
Eligibility / Target Population: Older adults and adults with disabilities who need physical, social or emotional supports
Languages: English
Area Served:
Wollaston; Limerick Townships; Faraday Townships  
See Also: Community Support Services
Companionship
Foot Care - In-Home
Friendly Visiting
Frozen Meals
Information and Referral Services
Meal Delivery Services
Personal Emergency Response Systems
Seniors' Intervention and Assistance Services
Telephone Reassurance and Security Checks
Transportation - Non-Accessible and Volunteer

This information was last completely updated on January 10, 2019

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Updated January 10, 2019
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"About Us"
Volunteer based, non profit, charitable organization that strives to enable individuals to gain more control over their lives, therefore promoting independence within their own environment, and deterring premature or unnecessary institutionalization