COVID 19 Updates

Due to the current COVID Situation, as of January 3, 2022, Wolseley Family Place is now open by appointment only.

Please call 204-560-3141 or email admin@wfpwpg.ca to book an appointment for:

  • Clothing Depot
  • Computer/ Phone/ Fax/ Photocopy
  • Emergency food or other supplies (diapers, formula, hygiene, safer sex supplies, naloxone kits, technology, etc.)
  • Meeting with WFP staff (e.g. advocacy, resource navigation, parent coaching, WrapAround)
  • Playroom (including respite and ACCESS visits)

If you can’t book an appointment ahead of time, you can come to the centre (222 Furby) and buzz 7896 to book an appointment on the spot (if we have space).

Some of our group programs have moved to virtual, including:

  • Parenting Classes
  • Wiggle, Giggle and Munch
  • Music Circle
  • New Realities Workshops

Please watch our Facebook page (Wolseley Family Place) for details of how to join.

Art in the City is take-home with art kits available for pick up at the centre

The following programs are temporarily cancelled:

  • Drop-in
  • Breakfast Club
  • Cooking Classes
  • Music Circle

All scheduled appointments will continue unless you are notified otherwise. Staff may contact you to suggest meeting virtually or by phone instead of in-person.

Other precautions we are taking:

  • Playroom limited to 3 families at a time
  • Everyone over 12 is required to wear a medical mask or N95 onsite (we can provide one if you don’t have one)
  • Everyone is screened for symptoms/ exposure upon arrival
  • Frequent sanitizing of high-touch surfaces
  • Physical distancing
  • NEW: We can now offer free COVID-19 rapid tests to WFP participants when they are attending an in-person program – ask us for details

We know this time is tough and we appreciate your patience and understanding as we adapt to the changing public health landscape and do our best to keep everyone safe and healthy!

 

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