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In this OBI Public Talk, join a group of experts ready to share proven pathways to care as well as identify community organizations set up to support those in need. Details: Community care is a key factor in supporting brain health. Learn about its different forms and how you can help shape the…Read More
Vista Centre Brain Injury Services is very excited to announce we have been selected as one of the featured charities at the upcoming 100 Women + 100 Men Who Care Ottawa Joint meeting.Read More
From the Ottawa Citizen article by Blair Crawford, dated April 5, 2022. See the full article here. The project has been looking at the barriers that put so many people with brain injuries out on the streets and what needs to be done to help them. Jason can tell…Read More
Vista Centre Brain Injury Services announcing success of OTF-funded mobile housing support. Releasing a report to share results, learnings and recommendations. No program participants had stable housing at the start of the program in 2021. Now 30 per cent have stable housing and support. People with acquired brain injuries experience…Read More
Vista Centre Brain Injury Services (VCBIS) received a one year Seed Grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to pilot a Homelessness Prevention Project. This project was modeled on a project that had already been implemented in Toronto. There is a strong correlation between Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) and homelessness. Research…Read More
VCBIS was successful in obtaining a grant in the amount of $149,800 from the Ontario Trillium Foundation. This one-year grant, will be used to hire a Project Manager, a tele rehabilitation consultant, a program evaluator and an IT Specialist, as well as cover the costs for knowledge mobilization, and purchasing…Read More
VISTA CENTRE BRAIN INJURY SERVICES RECEIVES A $ 75,000 GRANT FROM THE ONTARIO TRILLIUM FOUNDATION We are s pleased to announce that VISTA CENTRE BRAIN INJURY SERVICES will receive a 75,000.00 grant from The Ontario Trillium Foundation. These funds will serve to address Homeless Prevention Services for Persons with Brain Injuries…Read More
At Vista Centre Brain Injury Services (VCBIS) we always take hand hygiene very seriously because we want to help keep everyone as healthy as possible. Right now, there is a new virus in the world called COVID-19 and it is spreading quickly. We want to do our part to keep…Read More
VCBIS is always looking for caring team players that have a career interest that is demanding and rewarding.
We are proud to have the opportunity to play a meaningful work related role in their school experiences .
VCBIS is provides volunteers with challenging opportunities that match an individual's skills and interests.
Vista Centre Services relies on the donations of corporations and individuals to enrich our clients lives.