Community Information and Resources

Need help during the COVID-19 pandemic? 211 can help!

In response to COVID-19 and our commitment to flattening the curve and keeping staff, volunteers and clients healthy,  our office is currently closed to the public. This notice will be in effect until otherwise notified.
During this time, our goal is to assist clients as best we can given these restrictions.
We will be:
– Answering the phone (519-376-1560)
– Answering emails (
– Providing utility assistance (Call 211 to register)
– Managing community supports to the most vulnerable and coordinating volunteers to assist.
– Providing communications regarding community programs and supports
– Connecting with local community organizations and agencies as well as government officials regarding key ways we can assist the most vulnerable during this pandemic.
– Providing information and resources about local programs that serve our vulnerable population in Bruce and Grey Counties
To connect with all other community, social, health and government programming in your area, call 211 or visit



COVID-19 is reminding us that our collective action and collaboration is so needed now!

We are grateful to so many local organizations who are continuing to deliver essential services during this uncertain time. On this page we have pulled together some community resources for easy reference.

We know that marginalized and disadvantaged people in Grey Bruce are disproportionately at higher risk: Indigenous people, people who are homeless, people on social assistance, incarcerated people, people who are living with disabilities or compromised immune systems, the elderly. And workers who are self-employed, in precarious jobs, in retail or service sector are starting to experience layoffs. We can anticipate that there will be an increase in the number of people accessing emergency services to meet their basic needs.


For the latest health information, visit the Grey Bruce Health Unit website at

COVID-19 information for Health Professionals

Grey Bruce Health Unit’s COVID-19 FAQ page

Government of Ontario:  For the most up to date information visit:


COVID-19: Guidance for Community Food Programs

COVID-19: Screening Checklist for Community Organizations & Businesses

COVID Passive Screening Poster


Infection Prevention and Control Guide for Homelessness Service Settings

Covid-19 Considerations for Homeless Shelters (Grey Bruce Health Unit)

Considerations for Women’s Shelters (Grey Bruce Health Unit)

Bruce Grey Poverty Task Force

The Bruce Grey Poverty Task Force has provided a comprehensive list of Community Resources specific to the Covid-19 Pandemic.  Visit their website at for more information.

The Do Be connected to help or volunteer at

The United Way of Bruce Grey has set up a Volunteer & Resources website to respond to the need for volunteers or resources.

Find out more at or give us a call at 519-376-1560.

Supports and Resources for Newcomers

Resources for Newcomers in Bruce-Grey

Resources for Employers who Employ Newcomers in Bruce-Grey

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