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613-478-1211 or "Toll Free" at 1-855-478-1211

Gateway Community Health Centre

True You

Improve self-esteem and achieve a positive body image. Open the lines of communication between moms/guardians and their pre-teen daughters.

Would you like to learn about building a positive self-image and discover your unique beauty? Moms/guardians and their daughters come together for a fun “girls only” night out.

True You is a program that is offered to moms, guardian or other significant adult female and girls between the ages of 10-12 (tweens)

The True You Program provides moms, guardian or other significant adult female and girls with the information and resources they need to:

  • Feel more confident in everyday situations.
  • Learn to deal with negative thoughts or emotions that may arise in everyday life.
  • Interact and brainstorm with other girls and their mothers/guardians about realistic healthy body image, and the influence of fashion marketing.
  • Build a stronger sense of self-esteem.
  • Discuss social media and internet influences and safety.
  • This popular program is a great opportunity to pamper each other on Spa Night & share special moments together.
Gateway Community Health Centre

For More Information Contact our Community Development Outreach Worker at 613-478-1211 for details on the next session.

True YouUpcoming Programs & Events for True You

Hours of Operation for Gateway Clients Not a Walk-in Clinic, by appointment only

Monday – Friday: 8:30am – 4:30pm

Includes same-day** access for urgent care needs.

 

24/7 Access to Care

Phone: On-call* (613) 478-1211

* ON-CALL access is available for unexpected, urgent care needs whenever the Centre is closed. Call (613) 478-1211 wait for the service to answer your call, explain your concerns, and a Doctor or Nurse Practitioner will call you back to assess your needs.

** SAME-DAY access is available for unexpected, urgent care needs that cannot wait for your next regular appointment.

PLEASE NOTE: If you have a medical emergency, please call 911 or go directly to the hospital emergency department.