Causeway Work Centre is a bridge to economic independence

Causeway receives United Way Community Builder Award for People with Disabilities - May 2009.
Causeway receives United Way Community
Builder Award for People with Disabilities
– May 2009.

Causeway Work Centre transforms lives and fuels community economic development in the Ottawa region through an integrated network of innovative training and employment programs, one-on-one support, cross-sector partnerships and by creating socially minded businesses.

Causeway began in 1977 as an organization focused on assisting people with mental health issues find employment. Over the years, Causeway has expanded its activities and impact through an ongoing commitment to innovation. Through this commitment, Causeway has been able to support a broader spectrum of disadvantaged people, pilot new ventures that address community needs, and become a recognized leader in the area of social enterprise.

Causeway is a not for profit agency with a staff of some 30 full- and part-time employees. Causeway is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.

 

 

Pour le service en français, contactez Lin Ouellette au (613) 725-3494  poste 107

Empowering people
Causeway is focused on helping people overcome complex employment barriers such as mental health issues, homelessness, lack of education and poverty.  For those individuals who are struggling to find work and who don’t know where to start, Causeway can be the first step.