Partners of Compassionate Ottawa
Compassionate Ottawa will itself not offer any palliative care services. Rather we will work in partnership with organizations that offer such services and link them with community organizations that have needs or who have interests in building their capacity to better serve their constituents.
Cardus is a think tank dedicated to the renewal of North American social architecture. Drawing on more than 2000 years of Christian social thought, we work to enrich and challenge public debate through research, events, and publications, for the common good.
Pallium Canada works to increase the capacity of individuals, institutions and other organizations to provide hospice palliative care at a primary-care level and to increase the awareness of hospice palliative care among health care professionals and the public through knowledge translation and diffusion.
CARP is Canada’s largest advocacy association for older Canadians. Formerly the Canadian Association for Retired Persons, today CARP has more than 300,000 members aged 50 plus. As a non-partisan association, CARP is committed to working with all parties in government to advocate for older Canadians.
Ottawa Inner City Health Inc. (OICH) aims to improve the health and access to health care for people who are chronically homeless. Our main function is to coordinate and integrate health care services so that homeless individuals can receive the same quality of health care as other Canadians.
Saint Paul University, in Ottawa, is a Catholic and bilingual institution entrusted for more than a century and a half to the Congregation of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate. Endowed with civil (1866) and pontifical (1889) charters, Saint Paul University has been federated with the University of Ottawa since 1965.
The OutCare Foundation is an independent registered charity dedicated to raising funds for community-based palliative care in Eastern Ontario. Our goal is for individuals and their families to have access to the care and support they need for their end-of-life journey.
The Council on Aging (COA) serves as a leading community voice for Ottawa’s seniors. Our goal is to make Ottawa an increasingly Age-Friendly city by identifying and addressing issues that impact the daily lives of seniors in our community.
Our mission is to tap into the collective brain of our city to uncover and share great ideas for positive, lasting change. Without political agenda, we help individuals and organizations make Ottawa happier, healthier, smarter and safer.