Wellness Hubs

Health, well-being and social connection improve when there are places to get together and enjoy shared activities. Churches, legions, schools, libraries, and other facilities are among the wellness hubs in any community. From book clubs, cooking classes and volunteering opportunities to fitness, social, spiritual activities, we develop, promote and connect community hubs throughout our catchment area.

Latest News

CRCC welcomes public input with survey

Grand Bend, ON: The Connected Rural Communities Collaborative (CRCC) is seeking input from the public about their experiences with social isolation. The CRCC received a $75,000 Ontario Trillium Foundation grant to work on reducing social isolation and strengthen...

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Student Placement: Community Engager

Now recruiting Community Engager (up to 0.8 FTE or 30 hr/wk) Position Summary The Community Engagement Student will work with the Community Developer and the Connected Rural Communities Collaborative (CRCC) to undertake community development and engagement initiatives...

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Meet Matthew Maynard, Community Developer

Ontario Trillium Foundation funding has given the Connected Rural Communities Collaborative the opportunity to hire a community developer. Meet Matthew Maynard! He will take on the work of building a strong, vibrant, caring community by connecting people to medical...

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Our Partners

Huron Shores United Church

Huron Shores United Church

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North Lambton Community Health Centre

North Lambton Community Health Centre

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Municipality of South Huron

Municipality of South Huron

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Kettle & Stony Point Aboriginal Health Centre

Kettle & Stony Point Aboriginal Health Centre

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