Champlain Regional Stroke Network

Site: Pembroke - 700 MacKay St - Carefor Health & Community Services

Service: Stroke Survivors Peer Support Group

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Contact Information
Office Phone Alice Grenon 613-732-3949 ext 1118
Website www.champlainregionalstrokenetwork.org
Primary Contact Alice Grenon, Community Service Sector - Carefor - Team Lead, Carefor Health & Community Services
Primary Executive Danielle, District Stroke Coordinator, Pembroke Regional Hospital; Phone: 613-732-3675 ext 6530; Email: danielle.rae@prh.email
Address & Map
Carefor Health & Community Services
700 MacKay St
Pembroke, ON K8A 1G6
 
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Mailing Address c/o Pembroke Regional Hospital - District Stroke Centre 
705 Mackay St 
Pembroke, ON K8A 1G8
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Description & Services
Description (Service) Support group for stroke survivors, families and caregivers who share the experience of living with a stroke or caring for a stroke survivor * Facilitated by Staff and Volunteers from Carefor Health & Community Services
Hours Third Tue of the month 11:30 am-1 pm
Areas Served Renfrew County
Eligibility Individuals living with a stroke or caring for a stroke survivor
Application Self-referral * meeting registration is required to accommodate food requests
Languages English
Fees None
Other Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 2009
Date Updated 03 Jul 2019
Subjects
Service Categories Health/Disability Related Support Groups ~ Stroke

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