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Calgary East Zone Newcomers Collaborative

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In response to the ongoing pandemic, the new Calgary East Zone Newcomers Collaborative (CENC) has created a rapid response specifically to help newcomers and ethnocultural communities with ongoing COVID-19 related needs. The cultural brokers provide support in 20+ languages with referrals to more than 16 agencies.

If you are interested in more information about the CENC and the work being done to support people affected by COVID-19 in Calgary, you can participate in monthly community update meetings. Please email clip@calgary.ca to be added to the invitation list. You can download the presentations from the community meetings here.

Members of CENC include the following agencies and organizations:

Action Dignity - www.actiondignity.org
Alberta International Medical Graduates Association - www.aimga.ca
Calgary Bridge Foundation for Youth - www.cbfy.ca
Calgary Public Library¬†‚Ästwww.calgarylibrary.ca
Centre for Newcomers¬†‚Ästwww.centrefornewcomers.ca¬†- CENC Webpage
Cite des Rocheuses - www.citedesrocheuses.com
Distress Centre - www.distresscentre.com - 211 for 24/7 services
Immigrant Services Calgary - www.settlementcalgary.com - CENC Webpage
Momentum - www.momentum.org
Mosaic Primary Care Network - www.mosaicpcn.ca
Prospect - www.prospectnow.ca
The Alex - www.thealex.ca
The Immigrant Education Society - www.immigrant-education.ca
Trellis - www.growwithtrellis.ca
Women in Need Society -  www.winsyyc.ca
YMCA - www.ymcacalgary.org
YWCA - www.ywcalgary.ca

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