Building Blocks for Resilience Training October 2019

As part of the Ontario Trillium Foundation social and emotional learning project we are delivering over the next two years, we are pleased to welcome New Leaf Foundation to Benmiller in October.  New Leaf Foundation facilitates a full day training for local educators to cultivate an understanding of how traumatic stress affects bodies, brains and behaviours and develop strategies for educator’s self care.

For more information and to register, please visit the Building Blocks for Resilience Eventbrite page.

Raffle Fun!

Between June 18th and November 21st, we have a fantastic series of prizes that encourage families and friends to spend time together!

There are 4 monthly draws on the 22nd of each month:  July, August, September & October plus a final draw in November for 3 grand prizes.

Thank you to our local businesses who donated the monthly draw prizes!  #communitysupportscommunity
Windmill Lake & Eco Park, The Blyth Festival, The Little Inn of Bayfield and Thyme on 21: please helps us show appreciation by visiting them this summer to partake in fun activities and nourish yourself with some fantastic food!

The grand prizes are:  Great Wold Lodge & Waterpark Package in Niagara for 4,  Overnight hotel accommodation and tickets for 4 to African Lion Safari and overnight hotel accommodation in Toronto and family City Pass for 4 to various Toronto activities.

If you are interested in purchasing raffle tickets or helping to sell tickets to support the work we do, please contact us via mail@rrhc.on.ca or call us!

Tickets are $10 each.  If you win a monthly draw, your ticket is re-entered for a chance to win again.


Helping Families Engage, Connect and Thrive

Rural Response for Healthy Children acknowledges that our office and the area we support is located on the traditional lands of the Ojibwa Chippewa of the Anishnaabeg group of Indigenous peoples.  Huron County is on territory that is covered by Crown Treaty Number 29, known as the Huron Tract Purchase of 1827.  As a community, we have the responsibility for the stewardship of the land on which we live and work. We recognize and deeply appreciate the Indigenous historic connection to this place and the agreement with the Crown of Canada to peaceably share and care for the resources around the Great Lakes.

To donate to our programs,
please click here for the Canada Helps donation page.