Ottawa Public Health
Ottawa Public Health (OPH) provides public health programs and services to individuals and communities while advocating for public policies that make our city and its residents healthier. OPH is a teaching health unit and works with all post secondary educational institutions in the area.
OPH is governed by the Board of Health, which is comprised of elected members of City Council and public members. The legal obligations and authority for public health in Ontario are established under the Health Protection and Promotion Act. The Ontario Public Health Standards and Organizational Standards establish the requirements for fundamental public health programs and services. OPH services are funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, the City of Ottawa and the Ministry of Children and Youth Services.
All Ottawa’s communities and people are healthy, safe and actively engaged in their well-being.
In partnership with the people and communities of Ottawa, Ottawa Public Health improves and advocates for health and well-being through prevention, promotion and protection.
- Inspire and Support Healthy Eating and Active Living
- Foster Mental Health in Our Community
- Enhance Collective Capacity to Reduce Preventable Infectious Diseases
- Develop an Adaptive Workforce for the Future
- Advance Healthy Public Policy
For more information, please visit http://ottawa.ca/en/residents/public-health
ConnexOntario provides 24/7 service information for people experiencing problems with mental health and addictions.
CAPSA is a registered charitable organization that provides receipts for tax purposes for donations 84981-7838-RR-0001. CAPSA has recently received a contribution from Health Canada to expand our work. Community support remains a critical component CAPSA operations.
Community Addictions Peer Support Association
P.O. Box 23121 Fairlawn Plaza
Ottawa, ON, Canada