News Archive

Answers to the JBM Warm up round

Thanks for playing with us!!!! Ronnie Hawkins Sam and Ryan Weber Neil Young Serena Ryder Stompin’ Tom Connors Sebastian Bach or Sebastian Bierk Beau Dixon Missy Knott Washboard Hank Kate… Read More

$55,900 OTF Grant helps restore capacity to prevent homelessness

On Tuesday, April 19, 2022, MPP Dave Smith formally congratulated the team at CCRC (Community Counselling and Resource Centre) during a virtual meeting on the work the organization did with… Read More

CCRC expands Professional Counselling services to Northumberland County

CCRC is thrilled to announce that effective immediately we will be expanding our Professional Counselling services to Northumberland County thanks to the generosity of Northumberland United Way.   CCRC has been… Read More

Healing from Within moves to CCRC

Community Counselling and Resource Centre (CCRC) and the John Howard Society of Peterborough (JHS) would like to announce that “Healing from Within”, the program for male survivors of sexual harm,… Read More

Music Trivia Answers

Thanks for checking out our Brants Basics Window display and playing along with some warm-up music trivia questions. Trivia Answers: What artists made up the supergroup ‘The Travelling Wilburys’? Answer:… Read More

Survivor Focus Group

The Peterborough Domestic Abuse Network (PDAN) is working to improve services for those people experiencing Intimate Partner Violence/Domestic Violence in our area. As such, PDAN is seeking women, women-identified &… Read More

Tenants Toolkit

A comprehensive guide to finding and keeping housing in the City and County of Peterborough made possible with funding from the City of Peterborough and the government of Canada. Please… Read More

Peaceful Families Group

CCRC is hosting an upcoming Peaceful Families group session for mothers and children who have previously experienced or witnessed violence in the home. The Children’s Group is for children aged… Read More

Thank You!

RC was grateful to receive a grant for our Housing Resource Centre to hire an Intake Counsellor through the Resilient Communities Fund of the Ontario Trillium Foundation.  The $55,900 grant will help us restore the capacity of the Housing Help Clinic in a COVID-safe manner.

Jukebox Mania

We’re in the planning stages of Jukebox Mania. Will it be in-person? Will it be virtual? All great questions that we’re working on. Hang tight – we’ll have news in the New Year. What we can tell you is that JBM 2022 is going to have new music and a new vibe.