Ottawa, Ontario

Directories of Resources and Services for Ottawa Families

 

The neighbourhood Resources and Services directories list all programs available to children 0 to 12 and their families by Ottawa Best Start neighbourhood (maps).  These programs are either free or have a minimal cost and have been divided into several categories which reflect the different needs of our growing population.

Ottawa Directory
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Resources and Services for Ottawa Families (0-12 years)
Neighbourhood Directories
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Alta Vista
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Barrhaven/Longfields and Nepean West
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Beaconhill
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Bells Corners
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Blackburn Hamlet
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Blossom Park/Windsor Park
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Carleton Heights
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Carlington
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Centretown
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Clementine and Riverside Park
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Convent Glen
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Copeland
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Cumberland
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Cyrville
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Dalhousie
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Glebe
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Goulburn
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Hawthorne
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Hunt Club East
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Hunt Club West
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Kanata North
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Kanata South
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Lowertown
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Mer Bleue
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Nepean Central and Nepean East
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Nepean Central
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Nepean East
Posted Mar 1, 2016
New Edinburg – Rockcliffe Park
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Orleans East
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Orleans South
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Osgoode
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Ottawa East and Sandy Hill
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Ottawa North East
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Ottawa South East – Riverview Hawthorne
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Ottawa South
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Ottawa West
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Overbrook
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Pinecrest-Queensway and Nepean North
Posted Feb 1, 2016
Rideau
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Vanier
Posted Mar 1, 2016
West Carleton
Posted Mar 1, 2016
Westboro
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