NSCSS / Club 90 information and update
Lake, along with Canada and the rest of the world continues to deal with a
COVID-19 pandemic that is impacting day-to-day activities locally and
abroad and has left people ill. The virus had impacted operations
at North Shore Community Support Services and Club 90.
along with other parts of Canada is currently experiencing a second
wave of COVID-19 with new infections rising daily. COVID-19 infections have occurred in Elliot Lake, as well as Blind River and Massey recently. New
restrictions are being imposed to limit the virus spread. At this
time, Club 90 remains open. Meals, activities,
one-on-one counselling and group sessions are still available subject
to COVID-19 protocols.
are currently not allowed at private residences and are limited
to 10 people in indoor public places and 25 people
outdoors. Restaurants, bars and clubs are permitted to be open
with limited dining room capacity at
this time until midnight.
Retailers are open, but may restrict the number of custemers
entering the premisis. Wearing face masks and social distancing
are required to help
reduce the chance of
getting infected by the COVID-19 virus. Non-essential travel to
areas with high
COVID-19 infections is not allowed to Toronto and Peel Region where
lockdowns are in effect. Travel to
Kitchener-Waterloo,Oshawa-Durham region, Ottawa, Windsor and York
Region is not recommended. People returning from these regions
will need to self-isolate for 14 days upon their return.
At the present time, the following measures are in effect at Club 90:
Please note that other social services and businesses have also had to modify their programs and close operations.
90 is open 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday except statutory
holidays. One-on-one and group counselling will continue to be
available. - see attachment.
members, staff and volunteers will be screened upon arrival, and must wear a face mask
and sanitize their hands
- Mental health workers will continue to make outreach calls to check on your well-being.
will be provided at Club 90 at 3:30 pm for $2:50. Please call to sign up at (705)
- Physical distancing and wearing face masks are required to reduce spreading COVID-19.
- Members are not allowed in the kitchen or offices.
- Everyone must clean and disinfect all surfaces and items touched or handled.
you have travelled away from Elliot Lake, do not visit Club 90 for 14
days following the day you returned home from travel. This
includes travel to other Northshore communities such as Blind River and
Massey where COVID-19 cases have been reported.
- Do not visit Club 90 if you are sick.
- "The Beehive", a drop-in centre run by the Consumers Survivors Initiative is available by appointment only.
- Cafes and lunch programs at the Salvation Army and Grace Christian Centre are available on a take-out basis.
- The Elliot Lake Food Bank is still open but asks you to call ahead for an appointment at (705) 461-3663.
- AJ Bus Lines shopping and casino trips have been suspended.
- Community events have been cancelled, postponed or modified to comply with public health regulations.
masks is now mandatory in all indoor public spaces across Ontario. The provincial government passed regulations
requiring everyone to wear a face mask while indoors in public spaces
including Elliot Lake Transit, grocery and retail stores, banks,
restaurants and bars, medical and personal services, automotive
garages, places of worship, and anywhere else, indoors or outdoors,
where physical distancing is difficult or impossible, like parking
lots. Algoma Public Health has mandated similar requirements to
wear masks throughout the Algoma District. Click here for policy.
to areas with high COVID-19 cases such as the Toronto and Peel Region
area is not allowed because of the high risk of contracting the virus.
Anyone returning from these areas, and from foreign countries
must self-isolate for 14 days.
Mental Health Workers will be available Monday to Friday 9-5 to offer support via phone and email
(contact information below), as well as one-on-one counselling.
By Social Media:
- Jessica: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Kerry: email@example.com
If you are in crisis you can call the crisis line at 705-848-2585.
Mental health workers will post updates and will contact you to continue to help make you feel engaged with others. We apologize for the inconvenience the closure
and program suspensions has caused. We will keep you updated as circumstances change.
thank you for your cooperation and understanding in this time as we
encourage those who can to self-isolate to keep yourselves as well as