Child Safety - South West

The aim of child safety programs is to prevent injury through educating about traffic safety, bike safety, fire safety, rail and personal safety, stranger danger and electrical and other household hazards.

See also First Aid and Safety Courses.

Universal tips for keeping kids out of harm‘s way can be found on the Child Safety Middlesex London section of the Middlesex-London Health Unit‘s website.
 
These services serve all or part of South West
Brain Injury Association of London and Region - Helmets on Kids   London
Children's Hospital London Health Sciences Centre - Injury Prevention   London
Elgin St Thomas Public Health - Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention - Road Safety   St Thomas
Grey Bruce Health Unit - Health Promotion - Family Health   Owen Sound
Keystone Child, Youth and Family Services   Owen Sound
London Anti-Bullying Coalition   London
London Block Parent Program   London
London Children's Connection - I'm Home Program   London
Middlesex-London Health Unit - Environmental Health and Chronic Disease Prevention Services   London
Middlesex-London Health Unit - Environmental Health and Chronic Disease Prevention Services - Child Safety   London
Middlesex-London Health Unit - Family Health Services   London
One STOP - Bully STOP!   London
Oxford County Public Health and Emergency Services - Health Promotion   Woodstock
Rural Response for Healthy Children   Clinton
St John Ambulance - London and Southwestern Ontario Branch - First Aid Training   London
St John Ambulance - St Thomas Elgin Branch - First Aid Training   St Thomas
YMCA of Western Ontario - YMCA Children's Safety Village of London Area   London
YWCA St Thomas-Elgin - Children and Youth Programs   St Thomas

These services are located outside of South West, but provide service to South West.
Canada. Health Canada - Regional Product Safety Office - Hamilton   Hamilton
Canada. Health Canada - Regional Product Safety Office - Toronto   Scarborough
Canadian Centre for Child Protection - MIssing Kids   Winnipeg
Stop A Bully  
Victims of Violence - Canadian Centre for Missing Children   Ottawa


Need help connecting to health services?
Call 310-2222 (CCAC)
Email gethelp@sw.ccac-ont.ca

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