St. John Ambulance

Peel Dufferin Branch

Record Details
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Description & Services
Description St John Ambulance provides first aid training courses, courses for youth, mental health first aid courses and workplace safety courses. In addition, St John Ambulance provides first aid services for public events, therapy dog visitation services, youth programs, outreach and education services and car seat safety education workshops.
Hours Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm
Dates Year round
Areas Served Mississauga ; Orangeville ; Peel Region
Fees Membership ; Program - for courses ; Donation - accepted for other services ; Volunteer membership - one time fee of $30 which covers training, uniforms, insurance Courses - varies depending on course type Community service requests - donations accepted
Languages English
Meetings Board meetings - 3rd Wed of the month  
Youth Programs - Mon evenings 6pm-8pm  
Medical First Responders - every second Wed evening  
Therapy Dogs - twice per year  
Outreach & Education - once per month  
Car Seat Safety - once per month
Contact Information
Address & Map
1081 Meyerside Drive, Units 4-6
Mississauga, ON L5T 1M4
 
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Intersection Tomken Rd and Brittania Rd
Transit Information Bus access in front of building
Accessibility Fully Accessible
Office Phone 905-568-1905
Fax 905-568-4838
Toll Free Phone 1-866-520-0033
E-Mail sjapeel@on.sja.ca
Website www.sjapeel.ca
Primary Contact Dianne Rende, Executive Director; Phone: ext 110; Email: dianne.rende@on.sja.ca
Alternate Contact Suzanne Barrett, Senior Administrator; Phone: ext 120; Email: suzanne.barrett@on.sja.ca
Primary Executive Dianne Rende, Executive Director; Email: dianne.rende@on.sja.ca
Volunteer Coordinator Heather LeBlanc, Community Relations Coordinator; Email: heather.leblanc@on.sja.ca
Other Details
Established 1966
Funding Grants ; Donations ; Fees - for courses ; Course revenue, grants and donations. Do not receive government or United Way funding.
Service Level (50) Non Profit
Subjects
Subjects Dogs ; Emergencies ; First aid ; Instructional programs ; Occupational health and safety ; Safety ; Volunteer opportunities ; Youth

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