Is money affecting your health?


How much money you have can determine how healthy you will be. We understand not having enough money for the basics in life such as food, housing, and transportation can be difficult and can affect your health. There is help. Talk with your Doctor, Nurse Practitioner, Community Worker or phone 211.


Talk to Someone

Do you ever have trouble making ends meet at the end of the month? If so, talk with someone to have a free, confidential conversation.

If you live in Simcoe County contact:
Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit – Health Connection
8:30am – 4:30pm Mon-Fri

If you live in Grey County contact:
Grey Bruce Health Unit
101 17th  St East Owen Sound On N4K 0A5

Need to talk to someone outside of regular business hours? Call 211.
211 is a free, confidential support service that has over 150 different languages!

Suggested Apps

Flip App (coupon, price matching app for grocery stores) 

Stuff to Do

Poverty impacts each of us, and each city across Canada, in a unique way.
Many Canadians living in poverty face difficult decisions about things most of us take for granted. Challenge your perspective on poverty. Poverty Simulation Game

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