Arthritis Society (The)

Site: Niagara Peninsula Office

Public Comments This location is a clinic space. Please note that administration and scheduling for this location are handled out of our regional office in Burlington.
Contact Details
Office Phone 905-632-9390
Toll Free Phone 1-800-321-1433
Fax 905-632-6801
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Primary Contact Darlene Prestayko, Program Administrator; Phone: 1-800-321-1433 ext 1301; Email:
Site Details
Areas Served Niagara Region
Located In Community St Catharines
Address & Map
Pelham Medical Centre
245 Pelham Rd, Suite 218
St Catharines, ON L2S 1X8
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Intersection Pelham Rd and Glendale Ave
Service and Access Details
Description (Service) Health charity providing education, programs and support to the over 4.6 million Canadians living with arthritis.  
Programs include: 
* Arthritis Rehabilitation & Education Program 
* Project Thrive (Family Day) 
* Camp Cambria 
* Online resources and learning portal
Hours Mon-Fri 9 am-4:30 pm
Eligibility For the Arthritis Rehabilitation & Education Program (AREP), a confirmed diagnosis of arthritis and valid Ontario Health Card are needed. Doctor referral or self-referral is accepted.
Application Arthritis Rehabilitation & Education Program (AREP) call 1-800-321-1433 ext 1301 * All other inquiries, contact Jeanette Wilson at 1-800-321-1433 ext 1226
Languages English ; Some brochures in French, Cantonese, Urdu
Fees None
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Other Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1948
Service Categories Occupational Therapy ~ Arthritis ; Pain Management ~ Arthritis ; Physical Therapy ~ Arthritis ; Subject Specific Public Awareness/Education ~ Arthritis
Print Material Informational brochures, website
Events * Walk to Fight Arthritis at McMaster University in Hamilton ( in Jun 
* Arthritis Awareness Month is Sep 
* Christmas Gift Wrap at Fairview Mall in Dec 
* Jingle Brews in Hamilton in Nov 
* Education programs throughout the year

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