Providing individualized community-based supports to people with mental illness and empowering them to lead stable and independent lives
People with mental illness leading meaningful and self-guided lives
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Executive Director's Report:
A year in perspective
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Upstream is committed to providing high-quality, client-centered, mental health services.
We go above and beyond the expectations of our clients by offering a variety of ‘Value Added Services’ such as our Youth Program and other popular social/recreational group events.
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We would be a mere shadow of ourselves if not for the support of our community
Upstream Ottawa Mental Health Community Support was thrilled to host a group of youth from the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa (BGCO) at the Ottawa Senators-New York Islanders game at the Canadian Tire Centre on Bell Let’s Talk Day, Jan. 25. Joining the group were two Algonquin College public relations students involved in a class fundraising campaign for Upstream that starts in March.
Upstream Ottawa Mental Health Community Support, a leader in frontline community mental health since 1985, today hosted a Zoom event to celebrate the $59,100 Resilient Communities Fund grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF). This grant is helping Upstream in its recovery from COVID-19 by building fundraising capacity in the organization
OTTAWA – Upstream Ottawa supporters came through in a big way on September 8, raising a record $47,000 for the charitable organization.
It was the largest amount of funds raised at a single event in the history of Upstream Ottawa Mental Health Community Support, which was founded in 1985.
OTTAWA — Afri-Day by the Bay, to be held August 19, will be a celebration of diverse African culture in Bay Ward.
This free event, presented by Upstream Ottawa, held at the Ron Kolbus Clubhouse at 2825 Dumaurier Ave. in the Foster Farm community, between 4 and 8 p.m., is for youth and their families in the neighborhood. The event is being held in partnership with BGC Ottawa.
We are really excited to announce our new Board of Directors, reflecting the current needs of our organization, dedicated to providing mental health and substance-use services to the people of Ottawa. Who are they? Read our news release to find out.