Healthy Babies, Healthy Children At-Home Visits
Healthy Babies Healthy Children (HBHC) is a free, voluntary, and province-wide home-visit program designed to help children in our community get the best possible start in life. The HBHC program provides services to pregnant individuals, their partners, and to families with children from birth to their transition to school.
National Volunteer Week
Ottawa Public Health is proud to celebrate our volunteers during National Volunteer Week which took place April 16th to the 22nd, 2023. This year’s theme is “Volunteering Weaves Us Together.” Our volunteers strengthen our communities by their actions to support one another. We thank our volunteers for sharing their time, talent, and energy in making the City of Ottawa’s people and places healthy and thriving.
Bookmark the Multilingual Resources and Health hub pages for Diverse Communities
The Multilingual Resources for Diverse Communities page includes resources and videos in over 20 languages and cover a variety of health topics with a focus on COVID-19. Resources are developed by Ottawa Public Health and resources from provincial or federal organizations are also included. Information is updated regularly so please make sure to come back and visit these pages often.
Website pages – Multilingual
Health website pages in Somali, Arabic and Simplified Chinese – information, videos and resources.
Website pages – Resources for First Nations, Inuit and Métis Community Members
Respiratory Virus Dashboard
We will continue to post on our main COVID-19 website at OttawaPublicHealth.ca/coronavirus. Our Respiratory Virus dashboard continues to be updated every Wednesday on our main respiratory virus activity webpage: www.OttawaPublicHealth.ca/FluReport .