This page is to highlight events that are happening in our extended community, or that are being held at Bethany by a community individual, group, or organization.



FREE Health and Wellness Programs

Offered by the Halifax Peninsula Community Health Team

Here are some programs happening Fall 2019 that

your Connections might be interested in attending:


To register and for more information on these and other programs please call 902-460-4560 (option 4) or visit us on line at www.communityhealthteams.ca

Good Food Box Program – August 2019

For only $7, you can receive a container of fresh fruits and vegetables which will consist of 1-2 types of fruit and 3-4 kinds of vegetables from the  North End Community Health Centre’s Good Food Box Program!  The Halifax Community Health Team is one of the pick-up locations for this program.  You must register every month to ensure that you receive your Good Food Box.

For only $7, you can receive a container of fresh fruits and vegetables which will consist of 1-2 types of fruit and 3-4 kinds of vegetables from the North End Community Health Centre’s Good Food Box Program! The Halifax Community Health Team is one of the pick-up locations for this program. You must register every month to ensure that you receive your Good Food Box.

 
To place an order for August, call 902-460-4560 (#4) or email: cht@nshealth.ca no later than 9:00 am on Friday, August 2nd.    

Pick up will be at the Halifax CHT office (6080 Young Street, Suite 105) between 2:00 – 4:15 pm on Wednesday, August 7th.  The $7 paymentmust be made at the time of pickup in the exact change.  In order for this program to work efficiently and to avoid waste, it is important that all the food boxes be picked up at this time.  If you are unable to attend pick up at this time, please contact the Halifax Peninsula Community Health Team.
Your Halifax Peninsula Community Health Team

The Halifax Peninsula Community Health Team is a part of the NS Health Authority, working in partnership with the IWK.  
We serve the communities of downtown, north end, south end and west end Halifax. 

Halifax Peninsula Community Health Team

6080 Young Street, Suite 105
Halifax  NS   B3K 5L2

Phone: 902-487-0272

Fax: 902-455-7910

www.communityhealthteams.ca

www.nshealth.ca

 The Community Health Team (CHT) is a community health model that focuses on the promotion of health and wellness. CHTs support individuals and families to build knowledge, confidence, and skills to help make healthy lifestyle choices and to better prevent and manage risk factors that are common across chronic conditions.  Each CHT collaborates with many partners, and is working to strengthen links across the health system, and involves the participation of the community it serves.  CHTs are led by Primary Health Care at Nova Scotia Health Authority, in partnership with the IWK Health Centre.  For more information, visit www.communityhealthteams.ca


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Building Recovery Capital in Canada Project - September 24, 2019 - Halifax, Nova Scotia, 6:30 pm, Pier 21

Join David Sheff as he discusses the impact the disease had on his family, and what they ultimately learned from this heart-breaking experience. What were the early warning signs? What would they have done differently? Can you prevent this from happening to your family? How can we have greater compassion and understanding for this disease? What to do, enabling, codependency, relapse and many more topics.

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The rate of worldwide Christian persecution is reaching the highest level ever seen in human history and everyone needs to better understand this.  The Voice of the Martyrs Canada is bringing the one man play “Solitary Refinement” to Halifax on Saturday September 28, 2019. This immersive live stage experience is based on the best-selling books of Richard Wurmbrand, and on persecution today.  Richard was tortured in prison for 14 years in the 1930’s for his Christian faith.

The play will be held at Grace Chapel church in Clayton Park and it is the only showing in the Halifax-Dartmouth area.  The event is free to attend, so there are no “ticket” sales, but a free will offering will be taken.