St John Ambulance Niagara Region Branch is made up of 194 human volunteers and 63 dogs. In 2016 these volunteers served 31, 364 hours across the Niagara Region.

Volunteer service programs offered in Niagara by St John Ambulance include the Medical First Responder program which has highly trained individuals who provide First Aid to those in need at community events; the Car Seat Safety Program through which volunteer technicians help insure car seats are properly installed to protect our youngest community members; the Youth Cadet program trains volunteers in basic first aid and teaches the importance of giving back to our community; and the ever-popular Therapy Dog program through which well-behaved volunteer canines and their handlers visit the elderly in nursing homes and hospice, patients at Niagara Health System sites and students in Niagara Region schools to assist with reading and literacy.

St John Ambulance, Niagara Region Branch does not receive any government funding. Funds generated through WSIB approved First Aid Training programs and the sale of first aid kits and equipment, along with fundraising, grants and donations are used to fund these important community services programs.

Please support St John Ambulance, Niagara Region Branch by purchasing a Behind Closed Doors ticket at our branch, or at Guest Services and ask for those funds to go towards St. John Ambulance.
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    • Location(s) 221 Glendale Avenue, Saint Catharines, Ontario L2T 2K9
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