Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) Centennial
Family Respite Services - Capital Campign
Family Respite Services - Recruitment
Family Respite Services
Autism Services Inc.: Summer Program
WRH Patient Testimonial: Matthew Kaufman
WRH Patient Testimonial: Linda Santos
WRH Patient Testimonial: Heather Dresser
Canadian Mental Health Association
Welcome Centre Shelter for Women
WECSHOF 2014 Inductee - Darren McCarty
John McGivney Children’s Centre Awareness Video
Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) CentennialThe history of the Rotary Club of Windsor, celebrating 100 years of service.
Family Respite Services - Capital CampignMoney raised for Family Respite Services directly helps provide services to children with disabilities in our community and their families.
Family Respite Services - RecruitmentGet involved with Family Respite Services and see how you can help make a difference in the life of a child with a disability and their family.
Family Respite ServicesFamily Respite Services works with families of children with disabilities to provide short breaks that strengthen families and contribute to children having meaningful lives in their community.
Autism Services Inc.: Summer ProgramAutism Services Inc. provides a daily support Summer Program for persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in the months of July and August. Media Street Productions Inc. http://www.mediastreet.ca
WRH Patient Testimonial: Matthew KaufmanMatthew Kaufman, WRH My Care Journey App User The WRH MY CARE JOURNEY APP makes the hospital experience easier for patients and families by giving them the right information at the right time. Through interactive push notifications patients are kept informed about what to expect during their recovery both in the hospital and at home.
WRH Patient Testimonial: Linda SantosLinda Santos' experience as a cancer patient at Windsor Regional Hospital.
WRH Patient Testimonial: Heather DresserHeather Dresser, a mother of a patient at Windsor Regional Hospital and her story of "Exceptional Care - No Exceptions".
Canadian Mental Health AssociationCMHA offers a range of services to help people living in Windsor-Essex County. They have a variety of programs and services for the most seriously mentally ill along with those dealing with moderate mental illness and addictions.
Welcome Centre Shelter for WomenThe Welcome Centre aims to provide safe housing for every woman and family every night; no exceptions.
WECSHOF 2014 Inductee - Darren McCartyWindsor/Essex County Sports Hall of Fame 2014 Inductee - Darren McCarty
John McGivney Children’s Centre Awareness VideoAn overview of the services provided by the John McGivney Children's Centre. A local organization servicing over 2,300 children who have a functional need, from newborn to 21 years.