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Western Kings Community Health Board

Located In Western Kings
Where To Find Us
Western Kings Memorial Health Centre
121 Orchard St
Berwick, NS
Areas Served Western Kings
Social Media Facebook
Phone 902-538-7088
Contact Olivia Pattison, Community Health Board Coordinator, Nova Scotia Health; Phone: 902-538-7088; Email:
Volunteers Wanted! Olivia Pattison, CHB Coordinator, Nova Scotia Health; Email:
Volunteer Opportunity CHB volunteers know their communities, and use that knowledge to learn the issues and concerns, outside of health services and health service delivery, through public engagement and health planning. Interested in learning more? Reach out through phone, email, or Facebook Messenger.
Description & Services
Information Volunteer 
The Western Kings Community Health Board is a group of volunteers that want to create a healthy community by improving the circumstances that contribute to poor health. 
Community Health Boards (CHBs) are groups of volunteers from local communities who have a common interest in improving the health of the community - to create an equitable, safe, supportive, vibrant and healthy environment for individuals, families and communities.  
They have a legislated role in the health system to provide advice to the health system on steps to improve the health of communities.  
For additional information, please view our role description
We are looking for new members! Application form is available here
Wellness Funds 
The Community Health Boards (CHB) of Nova Scotia, through the Wellness Funds, support non-profit groups in developing healthy communities.  
Wellness Funds support projects addressing local community health plan priorities and the social determinants of health, such as income, education, social supports, early childhood development, etc.  
For further information on Wellness Fund criteria and to find application forms, please click here.
Dates All Year.
Meetings First Tuesday, monthly; 6:00pm – 8:00pm 
Locations vary. The public is welcome to attend.  
Please contact us to confirm meeting location.
Special Information
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