Seniors’ Centre Without Walls is a new telephone-based program that offers community members 50-plus the opportunity to enjoy socialization and programs from the comfort of their own home. With the City’s Older Adult Centres closed and programming on hold until further notice, it is a great way for older adults in our community to stay connected, socialize and learn. All you need is a telephone! Call 905-688-5600 ext. 1554 to register.
For more than 50 years, Credit Canada has been providing non-profit debt relief to people from all walks of life. As a non-profit organization and Canada’s longest-standing credit counselling agency, Credit Canada has helped thousands of people get out of debt and back into life!
Credit Canada offers free 30-minute phone appointments with a team of amazing expert Credit Counsellors who can:
- Review your debt and budget.
- Tell you how to stop collection calls, stop interest, and reduce monthly debt payments.
- Pull your credit report and review your credit score.
- Offer money management tips, budgeting advice, and show you how to save money.
- Provide you with your best debt relief options.
All of Credit Canada’s counselling services are free, confidential, and non-judgmental. Call 1.800.267.2272 to book a free phone appointment.
Lincoln Public Library is proud to be part of the Libraries in Niagara Cooperative (LiNC), a partnership of ten Niagara library systems – Lincoln Public Library, Fort Erie Public Library, Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library, Pelham Public Library, Thorold Public Library, Grimsby Public Library, Welland Public Library, Port Colborne Public Library, West Lincoln Public Library and Wainfleet Public Library.
If you have a Lincoln Public Library card, you are automatically a LiNC cardholder. You can visit any LiNC library and borrow in person, or you can place holds and have items sent to the LPL branch nearest you. Items can be returned to Lincoln Public Library.
Please note: New cards must be registered at your home library and Lincoln Public Library borrowing policies apply to all LiNC materials.
The Lincoln Museum and Cultural Centre: Home of The Jordan Historical Museum of the Twenty is dedicated to the interpretation, exhibition, research, collection, and preservation of past, present, and future narratives relevant to the Town and the Niagara Region. Enriching the cultural fabric of our community through inclusive engagements will empower us to listen, learn, and acknowledge our history.
Register for Museum Makers workshops Mar 1-4, 2022
For above link, click on “Museum Memories” to expand course selections. Register for any or all of the courses.
We celebrate and promote cultural, social and economic inclusion and well-being of all immigrants and newcomers.
As you arrive and settle in Niagara, start your journey with us.
We offer a variety of newcomer and immigrant settlement programs & services helping you build for you and your family, a new life in Canada.
Niagara Health is a regional healthcare provider with multiple sites and a growing network of community-based and virtual services.
They believe that every person in our region deserves to live every day of their life in the best health possible. As a community-based academic centre, our focus on teaching and learning, research, innovation and partnership propel us to continually improve care and make a difference in people’s lives.
Their team comprises more than 7,300 employees, physicians and volunteers who the organization count on to deliver Extraordinary Caring. Every Person. Every Time. Their Accreditation with Exemplary Standing clearly demonstrates the team’s commitment to the highest safety and quality standards.
They provide a full range of acute care hospital services to 450,000 residents across the Niagara region and are one of the few hospitals in Ontario that own and operate a long-term care facility.
Creating a healthy community is a collaborative effort. The courage and hope demonstrated by so many during the COVID-19 pandemic inspire the organization to continue to work with community partners to improve the health and well-being of the region.
Get information on COVID-19, the flu shot, a list of family physicians accepting new patients in Niagara, and other resources.
SCPL Service Update – Step 2 Reopening
The library will be opening our doors to in-person visits on July 5 in response to the Provincial Step 2 of reopening.
- In-person visits are limited to 25% of building capacity
- Face masks are required
- Computer and printing services will be available at all branches, and will be limited to 45 minutes per day
- Curbside pickup is ending and holds can now be picked up inside the library
- Browsing and borrowing are permitted
Customers are reminded that they must wear an approved mask and maintain social distancing. We look forward to having you back in the library.
177 West St., Smithville ON L0R 2A0
9549 York St., Caistorville ON N0A 1C0
5042 Canborough Rd., Wellandport, ON L0R 2J0
Women’s Place provides free, non-judgmental, confidential support for women and children experiencing domestic violence in South Niagara.
If you or someone you love is experiencing abuse, text or call one of our 24-hour support lines to talk about your options. Support may include one or more of the following services:
-a shelter stay
-help finding housing
-counselling for you and/or your children
-referrals to other services in our community
Interpretation services are available.