Welcome Essential Cleaning

Harmony Centre welcomes Essential Cleaning Co as a new member of our Resident Organization program. Essential Cleaning Co provides cleaning services to homes, cottages and businesses. They focus on using Canadian made and natural cleaning products and offer delicately scented and unscented services.
 
Phone: 226-668-7151
Email: hello@essentialcleaningco.ca
You can also find them on Facebook and Instagram.

Please give Essential Cleaning a warm Harmony Centre welcome!

Please give the Georgian Bay Folk Society a warm Harmony Centre welcome… this prized cultural asset will now call Harmony Centre home, thanks to its vibrant atmosphere, outstanding facilities, and central location.

Harmony Centre welcomes First Health Counselling as the newest member of our Resident Organization program. Their mandate is to serve the mental health needs of First Responders, Public Safety Personnel and Health Care Professionals of Grey and Bruce counties through specialized mental health support. Various certificates and approved provider statuses are held, to meet the unique mental health needs of First Responders, Public Safety Personnel, Health Care Professionals and their family members. These individuals are encouraged to contact the office at their earliest convenience, to discuss the proactive and supportive routes that are available for their mental health. First Health opens their doors at Harmony Centre on May 3. Please give First Health a warm Harmony Centre welcome!

Phone: 519-379-1222

E-mail: first.health.counselling@mail.com

Harmony Centre has been home to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Grey Bruce & Western Simcoe (BBBSGBWS) since 2016, and in that time, the organization has tripled in size and reach.

According to Executive Director Beth Aubrey, much of this success can be attributed to a strong volunteer network and a deep commitment to the transformative power of mentoring. But it also has to do with an expansion of services that is meeting the changing needs or our community.

“This year, BBBSGBWS has seen a sharp rise in youth seeking services while simultaneously experiencing a drop in volunteer and donor acquisition,” she says. “This has had a tremendous impact on how the agency operates, and how we work to reach those youth and families most in need.”

As a result of these challenges, the agency is sending out a call to action, requesting donations and volunteer support.

Aubrey believes in providing preventative services to youth and families that have a generational impact. These services include a growing youth council, outdoor wellness program, group skill building programs, as well as traditional one-to-one and in-school mentoring programs.

“Each of our services are aimed at creating a lasting impact on the lives of some of the most vulnerable and at-risk youth across our community,” she says.

Harmony Centre has played a role in this process. “I can’t say enough good things about this place,” says Aubrey, pointing out that Harmony Centre values, as social enterprise, are a perfect fit for their organization.

“The low overhead we’ve been able to maintain, thanks to subsidized accommodation, has helped us deliver more with less,” she says. “Our accessible presence at the heart of the community is also an important aspect of our residency here.”

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