Health Promotion

The Community Health Centre offers many health and wellness programs and everyone is welcome to participate.

Many of our programs are offered in our neighbouring communities and most programs are FREE of charge.

Please call the centre for times and dates of programs you are interested in!

  • North Lambton (Forest)
  • Tel: (519) 786-4545
  • West Lambton (Sarnia)
  • Tel: (519) 344-3017


Coffee Time

The NLCHC provides a schedule meeting place for coffee, socializing and health information.

Everyone Welcome!

Forest, Crozier Hall - Every Friday 9:30-11am (Sept-June)

Arkona, Ochard view Apartments- Every Friday 9:30-11am (Sept-June)

Kettle Point, Elders Lodge -Every other Monday 10-11am (Sept-June)

Young at Heart Seniors Dinner

Facilitated by NLCHC volunteers, a healthy hot lunch is provided on the First Wednesday of each month from October to June.

The cost is $8.00 per person with an entertainment program following the luncheon.

Call today to reserve your spot! 519-786-4545 ext. 0

Offered at the Forest location only.

Children & Families

Pre Natal Classes

This Lambton Public Health program teaches parents what to expect with pregnancy and delivery and focuses on a healthy pre-natal lifestyle.

For Registration and Information Click Here!

*There is a fee iinvolved for these classes.

Offered at Sarnia and Forest location only.  

Breastfeeding Support

Breast feeding support is offered to all women as availability presents. Moms may book an appointment with a NP, RN or dietitian for assistance and support. Moms may be further referred to a lactation consultant through Lambton Public Health. Breast pumps are available for use for one month with the purchase of their own tubing.

Forest Site: (519) 786-4545, ext. 0
Sarnia Site: (519) 344-3017, ext. 0

Breastfeeding Buddies

Breastfeeding Buddies of Lambton County

Mom-2-Mom Breastfeeding support

Helping YOU have Breastfeeding Success!

A "Breastfeeding Buddy" is a supportive and caring trained volunteer who has breastfed themselves for a minimum of 6 months and received additional certifies training. A Buddy will be able to connect with you over the phone or at an Ontario Early Years Centre near you.

Buddies will:

  • Understand and listen to your story
  • Provide encouragement and tips to help you successfully start or continue with breastfeeding
  • Be able to provide you with up-to-date breastfeeding information and resources
  • Respond to any questions and concerns that you might have
  • Help you connect to organizations and agencies for additional support if needed
  • Share experiences of successful breastfeeding stories

For more information or to request a Buddy you can call:
Lynne at (519) 786-4545, ext. 231
or contact Ontario Early Years Centre near you for more information.

The program is an initiative of Best Start: Ontario's Maternal Newborn and Early Child Development Resource Centre.

Baby and Toddler Food Making Workshops

Meet with a Registered Dietitian and learn how to introduce solids foods to your little one’s meals or discuss health eating strategies for picky eaters. Workshops may include learning how to make homemade baby food or creating a balanced meals giving them the best start possible. Programs are provided in partnership with the Ontario Early Years Centres. Check out their website at for a program date and location near you.

Forest Site: (519) 786-4545, ext. 231 Sarnia Site: (519) 344-3017, ext. 225

Car Seat Safety Checks

Child Car Seat Clinics are offered periodically throughout the year. Trained Child Car Seat Technicians will be available at these events. This offers parents and caregivers a chance to come get their child car seats checked for compliance to Transport Canada standards and to ensure that the seat is properly installed according to the vehicle and child car seat manual as per St. John Ambulance standards. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to be involved with the installation so that they understand how to move the seat from vehicle to vehicle and install it correctly on their own.

Call (519)786-4545 ext.0 for details.

Afterschool Programming

The  Afterschool Program is a FREE healthy lifestyle program for children in grades 1-8.  The Program focuses on physical activity, healthy eating, and personal wellness. Children involved in the program will participate in a variety of activities while having fun. The program is delivered from September until June and does not operate during Christmas Holidays, March Break or P.D. Days.
A healthy snack is available at each program day to encourage participants to make healthy food choices and try new things.  Children will also participate in the food preparation so that they can learn to recognize, independently prepare and enjoy simple healthy snacks.
Guest Speakers will occasionally visit the program to provide information on many different topics that are relevant to the children and youth. Examples of these topics include healthy eating habits, personal safety, and many more.

To register:
Click on the link below, print the forms and submit to The North Lambton Community Health Centre.  Please contact Community Developer, Tiffany Miller at 519-786-4545 ext. 235 with any questions or concerns.
Forest iCAN Registration
Thedford iCAN Registration
Kettle Point Jepzidaa Registration
Watford Afterschool Program Registration
Aamjiwnaang Afterschool Program Registration


Afterschool Program

A free afterschool program for children ages 6-13 years. Children will participate in a variety of different physical activities and games to promote healthy lifestyles. A nutritious snack will be offered that the children will help prepare. Children will also have time to express their creativity through fun and meaningful crafts.

Afterschool Strategy Participant Consent and Emergency Information Form

Afterschool Program Walking Bus Consent Form

Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
Time: 2:30 - 5:30 pm
Location: The Shores Recreation Centre


Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Time: 3:00 - 6:00 pm
Location: Thedford Thomas Hall (Thedford Arena)


Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
Time: 3:00 - 6:00 pm
Location: Centennial Hall


Kettle Point:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Time: 3:00 - 6:00 pm
Location: Hillside School


Monday, Wednesday and Thursday
Time: 3:00 - 6:00 pm
Location: Aamjiwnaang Community Centre


Healthy Living

Garden Fresh Box


In partnership with Lambton Public Health.

The Garden Fresh Box is box full of fresh, healthy, seasonal fruits and vegetables for a great price!

Only $15 for a family sized box and $10 for a single size.

Fruit bag or vegetable bag for $5 each.

Pickup locations available at: Forest, Sarnia, Kettle Point, Arkona, Thedford and Watford.

Orders due 1st Friday of the month.

For more information please call:
(519)786-4545 ext. 231

Craving Change

Change your thinking, change your eating , change you!
5 week searies @ West lambton CHC
See flyer below for more details
Craving Change

Healthy Weights Conversation Session

This program is aimed at assisting individuals interested in health management to make the necessary lifestyle changes through nutrition, stress management and physical activity education.

Call (519) 786-4545, ext. 231 for details.

Healthy Heart Conversation Session

Interested in improving your heart health and lowering your cholesterol?

Learn how to make healthy lifestyle changes through this informal interactive class.

Call (519)786-4545 ext.231 for details.

Smoking Cessation Classes

Stop smoking for FREE! Let us help you by providing the tools, information and support to help you reach your goal.  Available to all Health Centre Clients.

Please call Brenda at (519) 786-4545, ext. 265

Living with Depression and Anxiety

An 8 week supportive program for people living with Depression and or Anxiety. Delivered at West Lambton site.

Call (519)344-3017, ext. 0 for details.

Opening Doors

Opening Doors is a FREE Physical Activity and Healthy Eating Program!

This program is for anyone 16+ who is living with a mental illness in the Sarnia-Lambton area.

  • Activities to look forward to include:
  • Cooking classes
  • Zumba
  • Stretching and Relaxation
  • Resistance Training
  • Scavenger Hunts
  • Geocaching
  • Volleyball
  • Basketball
  • Walking Club
  • Urban Poling

Call (519) 344-3017 ext. 0 for details.
Funded by United Way

Anger Management for Adults

An eight-week series for adults wanting to understand their anger and learn new skills to express their anger appropriately.

Call (519) 344-3017 ext. 237 for details.


"Reduces stress and anxiety, Emotional balance, Helps you appreciate life more, Increases self-esteem, Improves concentration and Lowers Blood Pressure"

CONTACT: 519-344-3017 x259

Offered at the Sarnia location only.


Low Impact Fun

Indoor Walking Exercise

Winter Walking & Exercise



Cooking Buddies

Children's Cooking classes that meet once a month from October through April.

Children learn hands on cooking, nutrition and physical fitness information.

Classes held in Brigden, Corunna and Pt. Lambton. For children ages 6-11.

Cooking Buddies is funded by Lambton Public Health through the Peer Nutrition Program. 

Call (519) 344-3017 ext. 225 for details

Budget Cooking Class "Penny Pinching Pleasers!"

Budget Cooking at its finest! Monthly cooking classes that teach healthy meal preparation in a cost-effective way. New foods are introduced & sampled & new kitchen tips are discussed. Call to register!

Call (519) 344-3017 ext. 225 for details

Offered at Sarnia location only.

Souper Lunch Fridays

Join us in the kitchen and learn to make delicious and nutritious soups!

Call (519) 344-3017 ext. 237

Chronic Disease Focused

Master Your Health

Learn to take control of your health. Build confidence, create action plan to manage health and deal with everyday challenges when living with chronic disease.

Forest: (519)786-4545 ext. 307
Sarnia: (519)344-3017 ext.259

Chronic Illness Program

The Chronic Illness Program provides patient centred support and education to those living with chronic illness and their caregivers. The goal of the program is to prevent hospital admissions through increased access to care. The team consists of a nurse and a community navigator in collaboration with providers, organizations, individuals, families, and community groups. Multiple strategies and interventions are used to empower individuals to increase control over their health.

The Chronic Illness program has a peer led support group for those living with illness and for their caregivers.

Contact us for more information (519)344-3017 ext. 0


Volunteer at the CHC

The support of volunteers is an integral part of our programs and services. If you are interested in sharing your time and talents, please contact us!

Forest: (519) 786-4545, ext. 235
Sarnia: (519)344-3017, ext. 237