ECHO is an action-driven network of 18 organizations that works to educate and advocate for much-needed services on behalf of residents. We believe that sustainable capacity-building can be achieved when additional supports focus on helping individuals and families navigate challenging systems.

The following initiatives have sprung from ECHO:

Diagnosing Poverty
In partnership with local healthcare practitioners, this initiative asks practitioners to consider income as a risk-factor in a patient’s wellbeing, and refers residents to our Community Support Worker.
A social group that meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month, for residents 55 years and up.

Upcoming  Meets
Jan. 15th 1:00pm – 2:30pm
Spryfield Legion – Line Dancing

Feb. 19th  1:00pm – 2:30pm at
Spryfield Legion – “Valentines Day” card making

Community Support Worker
Works one-on-one with clients to educate, advocate, navigate and support clients to address crisis situations, complex health needs, mental health supports and address social isolation.


For more information or to learn how you may get involved in ECHO or The Hub, please contact the Hub Program Manager at 902-477-0964 ext. 32 or