Canada’s Food Guide
Learn how to eat healthy to reduce your risk of developing chronic disease.
The Canadian Diabetes Risk Questionnaire
Find out if you are at risk of diabetes.
Health Information Translations
Health Information Translations provides education resources in multiple languages for health care professionals and others to use in their communities. Resources are easy to read and culturally appropriate. Look at their website to find information about exercise, food, diet, health and wellness, stress and coping, and more.
Health Care Connect
Information about health care options, including how to find a family doctor or nurse practitioner.
Community Health and Resource Centres
Community health and resource centres are multi-service, community-based organizations which respond to the diversity of needs within local communities and pay particular attention to those members of the community who are most vulnerable and at risk. In Ottawa, there are six community health centres and seven community resource centres. There are five additional community health centres outside Ottawa across Champlain. Use this link to find out about prevention and health promotion services available in your community.
Information about how to manage and navigate when you have diabetes.
Diabetes Canada Resources
Champlain Diabetes Services Website
Click on this website to access resources for people living with diabetes and for healthcare providers in the Champlain region. The website has lists of services, tools and resources, along with links to regional partners in the prevention and management of diabetes.
Click on this website to access diabetes information in many different languages:
Albanian | Arabic | Bengali | British Sign Language | Chinese (Traditional) | Croatian |English | Farsi | French | Gujarati | Hindi | Italian | Polish | Portuguese | Punjabi | Romanian | Serbian | Somali | Tamil | Turkish | Urdu | Welsh
Community Diabetes Education Program of Ottawa
One of Ottawa’s best kept secrets. Since 1999 registered nurses and dietitians provide information and support to adults with type 2 diabetes. Family members are always welcome.