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Organization: Samaritan Support Services of Ottawa Carleton  
Phone Numbers: 613-800-9167
Fax: 613-729-0610
Email: gen.sssoc@gmail.com
Address:
1820 Carling Ave
Ottawa, ON
K2A 1E2
Intersection: Maitland Ave and Carling Ave
Accessibility: Not Wheelchair Accessible    Not Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Administration, irregular call for details * Food Bank Fri 2 pm-4 pm
Executives: Jean W Bruno - President
613-729-3172 ext 1
Bandele Ola
Contacts: Shaunet Lewinson - Program Coordinator
Service Description: Support services for the Ottawa Community provided by volunteers.

Food bank * Income tax clinics (March & April) * Back to School Snap Sac Program (August)

Fees: None
Application: Call to apply * Back to School Snap Sac Program: Registration is only during the month of August, and is very limited. Call to confirm program availability.

To locate the food bank serving a region, use the Ottawa Food Bank locator by clicking here. * NOTE: be aware the postal code may direct callers living close to a boundary to the wrong food bank. Always inform the callers of this possibility. The clients should provide their address to ensure they are oriented towards the right resource. If you are unsure of a referral, call the Food Bank.

Link to the updated Google document with all locations and hours, click here
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: No restrictions
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Ottawa (City of)  
See Also: Child Care - School-Age Programs
Community Legal Clinics
Counselling - Personal, Family and Couple
Food Banks

This information was last completely updated on January 4, 2017

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