COVID-19 Information from Rural Response for Healthy Children

The Rural Response for Healthy Children office is now closed.  The best way to contact us is via mail@rrhc.on.ca or leave a message at 1-800-479-0716.

How you can help Huron County families:

  • Many people are asking how to help others in the community.   We all need Huron County children to thrive during this pandemic and community plays a big part!

    Each day, check in with friends, neighbours and families who have children and youth living at home.  Talk with parents and caregivers, talk with children and youth via telephone or virtually.

    Learn more A Guide to Your Role in Protecting All Huron County Children.

  • Another option is to make a donation to Rural Response for Healthy Children through Canada Helps or via e-transfer to mail@rrhc.on.ca.  You will receive a charitable receipt for donations over $20.  Charity #132232372 RR0001  Donations stay in Huron County to support Huron County families who are experiencing vulnerable situations.
  • As of March 26th, we launched “Let Love Go Viral”.  Find out more about the campaign and how you can participate in #letlovegoviralrrhc

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How you can help keep yourself and those around you well:

  • At this stage, the best way to help yourself is to wash your hands and practice social distancing.
    Be well and follow the protocols from public health.

Financial help for families:


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.