Health & Information Fair for Migrant Workers at Roma Club on April 30

Connecting Migrant Workers with services and supports in the community

The Migrant Worker Community Program is excited to announce the 2023 Health and Information Fair. This health fair has been made possible with the partnership coordination of 20+ organisations in Windsor-Essex, Sarnia-Lambton and Chattam-Kent.

The purpose of the health fair is to inform migrant workers of the health and social services offered to them in the region. There will be free medical assessments, legal assistance, mental health support, food, music, and the opportunity to win prizes.

Free services for the 2023 Health and Information Fair include; blood pressure test, glucose screenings for diabetes, and COVID-19 vaccines

The MWCP is also excited to offer bus transportation available at key locations in the Leamington and Kingsville area. All members of the community are welcome!

Sunday, April 30th, 2023


Roma Club
19 Seacliff Drive East

Martin Varela: Chair, Migrant Worker Community Program
Richard Lee: Executive Director, Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers (OGVG)
Jose Rodrigo Báez: Consul of Mexico, Leamington

About the Migrant Worker Community Program

The MWCP is a registered charitable organisation based in Leamington, Ontario, that services all of Windsor-Essex County. Each year, approximately 20,000 migrant workers come to live and work in Essex County.

Our mission is to help build a stronger community by supporting Migrant Workers with  access to educational, social, cultural, and recreational opportunities, while also helping them navigate available support services such as health and wellness, legal aid, and travel and immigration support in Spanish, English and Tagalog.

The MWCP supports community integration by bringing the Migrant Worker populations into local life and activities, to help workers transition more successfully into the local community and feel welcome. The MWCP is often one of the earliest points of contact for the Migrant Worker.

The MWCP, through various programs and outreach initiatives, offered support to approximately 5000 Migrant Workers and over 200 farms in the past year. This service is culturally safe and responsive.

To learn more about us, please see:

MWCP website

MWCP Facebook page

All socials

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