COVID 19 resources
for Ottawa newcomers

Catholic Centre for Immigrants – Ottawa

A message to our community about COVID 19

 

We are committed to maintaining critical and essential services to clients. As the COVID 19 situation continues to evolve, the Catholic Centre for Immigrants is following the advice of Public Health Officials to ensure the health and safety of our staff, volunteers, and clients.

  • Our staff are working from home and are providing services remotely. Clients can access services by calling our reception desk at 613-232-9634 and the receptionist will direct their call to appropriate staff.
  • Click Here to stay up to date on CCI’s Volunteer Program or find out how you can get involved.
  • Our Management Team will continue to work on site to ensure we can continue our vital business operations.

We encourage our clients and volunteers to stay up to date by reading the COVID 19 information that is available from Ottawa Public Health, the Government of Ontario and the Government of Canada. Please refer to the following links: Ottawa Public Health, Government of Ontario, Government of Canada.

We thank you for your patience and support. We will provide regular updates with information that has an an impact on CCI programs and services.

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