1101 2nd Ave E Unit 1131-A, Owen Sound, Ontario

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ldmcoordinator@bellnet.ca

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(519) 376-9400

Welcome

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 Welcome to HAAMB

This past year has been challenging for our staff and clients working under COVID 19 health restrictions. We are pleased to report that we continue to implement employment and training services and programs to our clients. As of March 29, 2022, our office has reopened to in person consultations as COVID-19 health mandates are being dropped by the Ontario Government. We ask clients to continue wearing masks when entering our office and practice social distancing.

Our staff can be reached by telephone, email, or text if you are interested in seeking training sponsorship. Please continue to submit your intake applications through email.

Check out HAAMB’s exciting projects this year such as the Tiny Home Project and Electrical Techniques Program offered at Georgian College. More information on the upcoming projects will be posted on this website and on our Facebook page.

You can find us at our new office location at 1101, 2nd Ave East, Unit 1131-A next door to the Boot and Blade Restaurant last August 2021.


PROGRAMS AND SUPPORT ARE AVAILABLE.

If you do have to come to our office to sign Participation Agreements,  please wear a face mask and adhere to social distancing restrictions of maintaining six feet away from staff at all times.

PLEASE CALL 519-376-9400 AND OUR PROGRAM SUPPORT STAFF WILL BE HAPPY TO DIRECT YOUR CALL TO THE APPROPRIATE STAFF MEMBER.

Stella- Managerldmcoordinator@bellnet.ca

Carolyn- Employment Counselloremploymentcounsellor@bellnet.ca

Carlene- Special Projects Coordinatoremploymentc2@bellnet.ca  

April- HAAMB Skill Trade Coordinatorhaambskilltrade@bellnet.ca

Brighton – Program Supportprogramsupport@bellnet.ca


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2 weeks ago

The Huronia Area Aboriginal Management Board will support the building of strong Aboriginal communities to provide their members with better employment and training opportunities.

The Huronia Area Aboriginal Management Board will increase the capacity building, control, and responsibility for program design and implementation within the Aboriginal communities.

The Huronia Area Aboriginal Management Board will meet the special needs of Aboriginal people living in urban areas, youth, and persons with disabilities.