For a description of our programs: Health & Wellness Programs description

Skills for Self-Advocacy

Join us for a 6 week group to help you learn how to communicate effectively and speak up for yourself on issues that are important to you.

Skills for Self Advocacy Fall 2018











Healthy Eating, Healthy Living a program for new Canadians

Cook, learn and share with us as we prepare nutritious food from Canada and around the World!

See flyer for registration details.

Healthy Eating Healthy Living Program- Fall 2018












Limited space is available, register early!

Yoga flyer Fall 2018

Gender Journey

A 10 week group offering support in exploring the social, emotional and physical changes related to gender transition.  Anyone from across the gender spectrum can attend.

GJ Poster - Fall










Gardening Program

Participants can choose to attend monthly gardening workshops, or  join in group gardening activities at the KDCHC demonstration garden, or do both. We provide gloves & tools to participate

Gardening Program 2018










Tasting Tuesday

Come and explore a variety of vegetables and recipes with a cooking demo and tasting.  Build your skills while participating in an informal conversation about gardening and have fun!  Everything needed to participate is provided and everyone is welcome to attend.  To register and for more information please see the flyer. September’s vegetable is Cauliflower.

Tasting Tuesday - September 25 - Cauliflower










Culture Kitchen

A monthly program that promotes healthy eating through cultural cuisines.  We will be exploring Columbian culture and cuisine in September!

Colombian Cuisine - Sept 21 - Culture Kitchen










Stretch, Walk & Talk Group

Walk for your health, for fun and to connect with new people. Join our Stretch, Walk & Talk Group. We meet at KDCHC every Thursday at 10am, rain or shine. No registration required. Everybody is welcome.

Stretch Walk Talk group - Summer 2018-1











Eat Well Spend Less 

This program is for individuals living on a low income, who may experience emotional and social isolation, who would like to increase their knowledge about how to make healthy food and nutrition choices on a budget. Community members lead the groups offering provide support to the group through training and life experiences.  This program will resume in September.

 Eat Well, Spend Less

ID Clinic

The clinic provides assistance to obtain health ID including: OHIP card, birth certificate or Record of Landing. For individuals experiencing homelessness, KDCHC can register individuals for OHIP without address information. ID Clinic services are available at Mary’s Place and St. John’s Kitchen, or by appointment.

ID Clinic-page-001


 Preparing for 65

Join us for a 6 week group to learn about resources and issues that are important to seniors with lower incomes.

This class will be running again in the fall to add your name to the wait list please contact Chris at 519-5745-4404 x 234



Breastfeeding Buddies

Breastfeeding Buddies provide breastfeeding support and information to new mothers in Waterloo Region through many free services such as the Me Breastfeed Workshop (a prenatal class for moms and their partners/support person), the Baby & Me Breastfeeding Drop In program at the 3 Ontario Early Years Centres and One to One telephone breastfeeding support. ‘Buddies’ are trained peer volunteers with personal breastfeeding experience who help connect breastfeeding mothers to community resources, current breastfeeding information and other breastfeeding moms. For more information please call 519 772-1016 or email


ME? BREASTFEED workshop schedule for Waterloo, Kitchener, and Cambridge locations

Me Breastfeed 2018-page-001











Diabetes Program

The Diabetes Program offers diabetes education and support via one-on-one sessions and group workshops. Registered Nurses and Registered Dietitians are both available to provide the support for a healthy lifestyle.

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Outreach Services

Clinical team and/or community health workers work with partner community agencies to offer support for people who may find it difficult to access programs and services at the health centre and in the community. The team may offer a range of services including foot care, general health care and I.D.application and replacement.