An annual community based family friendly Outdoor Film Festival. Screenings are held summer nights in Dundonald Park. Community volunteers always welcome.
Ecology Ottawa has grown to become the largest organization in the city focused on local environmental issues. The organization was created based on the belief that the City of Ottawa needs to become an environmental leader among Canadian cities.
EnviroCentre is a non-profit organization that reduces greenhouse gas emissions by delivering cost-effective energy-efficiency goods and services, primarily in Eastern Ontario. Apart from their web site, they also operate storefront space – EnviroBoutique at 366 Rideau St.
Just Food’s mission is to work towards a vibrant, just and sustainable food system in the Ottawa region. Just Food is home to the Community Gardening Network of Ottawa – an information and resource-sharing network that supports the sustainable development of community gardens within the City.
The Ottawa School of Art is the leading centre for visual arts education and creative expression in the Ottawa region. OSA provides 15 bursaries/ year to CCOC tenants.
Ottawa’s VRTUCAR car-share program provides access to over 100 cars conveniently located in Ottawa and Gatineau. A variety of membership options are available to provide you with 24/7 access to cars across the region.
The National Capital Region YMCA-YWCA is Ottawa’s leading resource for health, fitness and recreation, child care, camping and outdoor education, and social services. The Y provides CCOC tenants with reduced membership rates through its corporate wellness program.
Founded in 1988, Bruce House is a community-based organization providing housing, compassionate care and support in Ottawa for people living with HIV and AIDS, based on the belief that everyone has the right to live and die with dignity.
The Canadian Mental Health Association promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness. The CMHA accomplishes this mission through advocacy, education, research and service.
Cornerstone is a community organization dedicated to improving the lives of homeless women in Ottawa.
Live Work Play supports people with intellectual disabilities to have a good life! This means living in a real home, being a part of a welcoming community, enjoying healthy relationships with other people, and making a meaningful contribution to society though work and citizenship. The same things everyone wants and needs!
Options Bytown provides a permanent home and support services for people who need help to live independently. Those services include crisis intervention, health and nutrition counselling, computer training, social and recreational activities, referrals to various community resources and much more.
The mission of Ottawa Salus is to promote individual growth and well-being in the community for individuals with mental health problems by providing quality housing and support services in both official languages. Those services include rehabilitation services, community support services, and recreology.
PCIL offers supports for daily living for adults with physical life challenges.
Upstream provides a range of support services to persons with mental illness.
VHA exists to provide community health care and social services so that individuals and families can live with independence and dignity.
Action Housing is a charitable organization devoted to assisting low-income individuals and families to find and maintain safe, affordable and adequate rental housing.
The Alliance to End Homelessness (ATEH) in Ottawa is a non-profit, non-partisan organization generating ideas and solutions to help individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Centretown Affordable Housing Development Corporation (CAHDCO) is a non-profit housing and development organization in Ottawa, Canada. CAHDCO is a sister organization to CCOC and provides development consultant services to other non-profit groups wanting to develop affordable housing.
The Coalition of Community Health and Resource Centres of Ottawa (CHRC) is a network of multi-service, community-based health and resource centres, which recognizes the importance of responding to the diversity of needs within local communities and pays particular attention to those members of the community who are most vulnerable and at risk.
Housing Help is a “one-stop” housing information and assistance agency. From simple tenancy questions to the crisis of homelessness, Housing Help’s staff works with clients to solve a wide range of tenant and landlord issues. The service is provided to Ottawa residents.
The City of Ottawa Housing branch provides housing and housing support services to sustain and enhance social housing. Their site contains a wealth of additional resources for anyone facing housing challenges.
The Social Housing Registry of Ottawa (The Registry) is a non-profit organization that maintains the central waiting list for people applying for rent-geared-to-income (RGI) housing. The Registry includes housing providers and community housing agencies working together to make it easier to apply for subsidized housing in Ottawa.
The SPC works with Ottawa’s social agencies, concerned residents and decision-makers to understand and advocate the social needs of our city. The SPC is a non-partisan, not-for-profit, charitable organization run by an elected Board of Directors.
The Housing Services Corporation (HSC) is a non-profit organization that delivers province-wide programs that benefit Ontario’s affordable housing sector. GLOBE is a subsidiary of HSC, connecting affordable housing providers, municipal service managers, property managers and tenants with tools and services to help them make smart choices about conservation, efficiency and green sustainable practices.
ONPHA unites over 760 non-profit organizations providing housing in 220 communities across Ontario. We research, track and analyse the current housing situation across Ontario. ONPHA is the recognized voice of Ontario’s non-profit housing at the municipal, provincial and federal levels. We develop pragmatic policy alternatives, and work with government to achieve equitable solutions.
The RTA gives residential landlords and tenants specific rights and responsibilities, and sets out a process for how these rights and responsibilities can be enforced. The role of the Board is to resolve disputes between landlords and tenants through either mediation or adjudication, regulate rent increases in most residential rental units, and educate landlords and tenants about their rights and responsibilities under the Residential Tenancies Act.
The Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing’s goal is an Ontario made up of safe and strong communities with abundant greenspace, thriving and prosperous economies, and a range of housing choices. The ministry promotes accountable local governments that are able to plan, manage and invest for the future. The ministry works to strengthen Ontario communities by promoting a housing market that serves the full range of housing needs, protects tenants, and encourages private sector building. The ministry also provides opportunities for supportive programs for low-income tenants and housing for special-needs tenants, and supports the creation of affordable housing.
CRHA is the national voice for the full range of affordable housing issues and solutions in Canada. The Canadian Housing & Renewal Association´s mission is to ensure that all Canadians have an affordable, secure and decent place to call home.
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) is Canada’s national housing agency. Established as a government-owned corporation in 1946 to address Canada’s post-war housing shortage, the agency has grown into a major national institution. CMHC is Canada’s premier provider of mortgage loan insurance, mortgage-backed securities, housing policy and programs, and housing research.
Rooftops Canada is the international development program of co-operative and social housing organizations in Canada. Rooftops Canada works with partner organizations to improve housing conditions, build sustainable communities and develop a shared vision of equitable global development. Rooftops Canada’s focus is on disadvantaged communities in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean and Eastern Europe.