In partnership with Ottawa Public Health, the hub will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10 AM – 4 PM., located right here at Wabano (299 Montreal Road).

Book Your Appointment

*drop-ins also welcome*

The Indigenous Vaccination Hub is open to Indigenous community members, their household members and staff working at an Indigenous organization. You do not need to be a Wabano client to access the hub.

*Please remember to bring a piece of ID*

If you have been hesitant about receiving your vaccine, or have any COVID-19 vaccine-related questions, now is the time to come by and speak directly to a Public Health Nurse to alleviate any concerns.

Neighbourhood hubs are meant to be a resource to community members to get information from an OPH nurse, or receive their vaccine (first, second, and boosters). The Wabano Hub aims to be a resource for the Indigenous community to access information and service in a comfortable, culturally-safe environment.

Vaccine doses and eligibility is based on provincial guidelines:

 

 

More Information:

COVID-19 Vaccine: Children Aged Six Months to Under Five Years

4th Dose Eligibility

COVID-19 vaccines for 5-11 year olds

Vaccine Facts: Safety, Boosters, and “Mixing Brands”