IRCOM Offices are open Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please call our main line at (204) 943-8765 or email email@example.com to get information about a program, or to schedule an appointment with a staff member.
While on site, everyone must wear a mask at IRCOM, including tenants.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: IRCOM classes and group programs are now in person, at Ellen or Isabel. We are open for individual meetings and drop-ins.
Proof of vaccination is required for all contractors and guest facilitators. Staff, volunteers and practicum students must be fully immunized. We have free masks and other PPE on site for anyone who asks.
IRCOM is committed to the health, safety, and well-being of the community as a whole. We view vaccination as a necessary part of protecting everyone’s health, and as a social responsibility.
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Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world. -DESMOND TUTU
IRCOM is a one of a kind place; a home to hundreds of immigrants and refugees from across the globe, who are secured with long-term, affordable, and safe housing, together with holistic, wrap around programs and services for parents and children alike. It is the “receiving family” for those who have no one in Canada to receive them; a home where each person finds belonging and dignity, all of which is essential so they can meaningful integrate into their new community.
IRCOM is following the recent Public Health Order that mandates proof of full immunization or a clear COVID-19 test for staff, volunteers, practicum students and contractors who come on site. We continue to require mandatory masks, physical distancing, and increased sanitation. We have free masks and other PPE on site for staff, volunteers, program participants, and contractors.
IRCOM is committed to the health, safety, and well-being of the community as a whole. IRCOM views vaccination as a safe and necessary way to stop the transmission of COVID-19 and to protect the health of our local and global community. We see vaccination as a social responsibility and as an expression of care for others in our community. Vaccination has allowed us to provide services in-person, in ways that our parents, children, and youth need and want.