July 7, 2020
GOOD NEWS! JBCP BUILDING OPEN
As a result of cautious and thoughtful planning around what’s best for our JBCP community of staff, volunteers, and participants, the James Bay Community Project building re-opened Monday, July 6.
While public health considerations preclude our immediately going back to being a community gathering place, our staff and outreach workers are available online, on the phone, and via scheduled personal appointments using appropriate sanitizing and social distancing protocols.
SOME Family Centre programs continue ONLINE, but there are:
NO Family Centre Drop-in programs
NO Seniors Social Connections lunches
NO public access to washrooms and the telephone
NO food giveaway table
NO waiting in the lobby or hallways for appointments
For more information on how to make an appointment, please contact the appropriate outreach worker or staff member to make arrangements.
And check here for more details on the JBCP Safety Plan:
Keep checking the website for additional updates.
Please continue to stay safe.
And THANK YOU for you ongoing patience and continued understand as we try to figure it all out!
Update on LifeLabs opening
The JBCP building reopened Monday, July 6 but LifeLabs will NOT be opening their branch in the JBCP building until further notice.
JBCP cannot provide any additional information regarding the date of LifeLabs’ reopening.
People wanting additional info will have to contact LifeLabs directly at 1-855-412-4495 or via their website https://www.lifelabs.com/
James Bay Community Project is a non-profit community organization helping seniors, youth and families by providing counselling services, community support and volunteer services.
JBCP shares its building with several tenants providing services to the community: JBUPCC (Urgent and Primary Care Centre), LifeLabs, HerWay Home, and other independent providers of health services.