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Civida is home for over 9,000 families in the Edmonton Metropolitan Region.

As the largest provider of over 4,500 social and over 600 near market homes, we work with organizations and government agencies to develop, support and improve our communities and the lives of our families and individuals.

A home is more than just a roof overhead; it should be a safe and secure place where families build relationships and communities, where they enjoy economic prosperity and where they are happy and healthy.

Civida manages more than 5,000 housing rental units throughout the Edmonton area. Select an area of the map to see Civida’s housing rental units in that region.

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I knew that I needed this help desperately!

This is Shalini’s Story. “My whole journey took place within eight months, from filling out my application to getting the keys. It’s been challenging but very exciting! The day I decided to fill out my application, I found myself standing there confused at the CRH office!”

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Responding to Community Opposition to Affordable Housing - Toolkits and Reports

To better understand why communities are opposed to affordable housing and how providers can understand and respond to opposition, Civida conducted an applied research project on affordable housing and neighbourhoods. We’re pleased to share our full reports from this research, as well as a toolkit and other resources for anyone to use.

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National Housing Day - November 22

Today on #NationalHousingDay and every day, it’s important to recognize the critical role a safe, affordable home has on all aspects of life. Everyone deserves a home they can afford. Mo & Jalila, who have lived with Civida for seven years, graciously shared their story with us.

Civida announces new CEO

Civida Board Chair, Mr. Paul Whittaker, announced on November 17 that the Board has hired Gord Johnston as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Civida, effective January 1, 2022.

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November is #YEGHousingMonth

Once again, we’ve teamed up with community partners for our annual Edmonton Housing Month campaign! Join us for free lunch and learns related to affordable housing and homelessness throughout the month and take part in the discussion on social media using #YEGHousingMonth and #WeCanEndHomelessness.

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We’re now taking applications for our Londonderry location leasing waitlist. This beautiful 240 unit complex has all the amenities – find out if you’re eligible and how to apply here.

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Fall 2021 Tenant Newsletter

Now available online and in our customers’ mailboxes, our quarterly newsletter is filled with home maintenance tips and other helpful information for our tenants.

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We are IH: Tanya Zeron

We are IH is a recognition campaign to spotlight Interior Health employees and medical staff – through pictures and stories. Name: Tanya Zeron (she/her) Job Title: Rehabilitation Assistant Years of Service: 10 Worksite: Vernon Jubilee Hospital Community: Vernon Ancestral Territory: Syilx Okanagan Favourite Quote: “Ain't nothin' gonna to break my stride Nobody gonna slow me down, oh no I got to keep on movin'” – Matthew Wilder Tanya Zeron always tries to see the good in people and situations. Born and raised in Maple Ridge, Tanya moved to the Okanagan in 2004. As a rehabilitation assistant, Tanya’s inspiration are the people she cares for every day.  “No matter their ability, they continue to work towards their goals. And on the days they’re not strong, we can be strong for them.” Tanya loves working with older adults. “They have so much to share and I like to listen to their stories. They’ve usually already overcome so much in life.” Watching patients persevere through physical and emotional challenges makes Tanya proud of the work she and her team does.  “It’s nice to know we played a role in our patient’s rehabilitation, and are improving their quality of life.” The fresh air of fall, camping with her family and snowboard season are a few of Tanya’s favourite things. Tanya’s husband, Dallas, and two kids, Marty and Scottie, also enjoy hiking, canoeing, and mountain biking.  “Anything that gets my family and myself into nature,” she says. ________________________________________ Stay updated with careers at Interior Health Facebook 

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Jared Basil is a community wellness champion with the Ktunaxa Nation. His days are spent in service to the people of his community. He uses his lived experience and approachable manner to help others confidently navigate the health-care system. He also works with organizations like Interior Health to improve how services are delivered — so that everyone feels safe and respected.  “As an Indigenous man, I want to bridge the gap between non-Indigenous and Indigenous communities and strengthen the respect and relationship between my people and organizations like Interior Health,” says Jared.  Since 2020, Jared has contributed his time and perspective towards the creation of a person-centred Interior Health website.   

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It’s time to think differently about addiction

Cheyenne Fath is a youth and peer outreach worker and lived experience educator in Penticton. Through her experiences, she knows first hand how addiction impacts individuals, families, and whole communities.  The best way to tackle these issues, and to drive change for the better, is to do it together. And Cheyenne says that starts with thinking twice about how we view drug addiction by recognizing that addictive behaviour is more common than people realize. “We are all addicted to our own vices,” says Cheyenne, who works closely with Interior Health’s substance use team. “For some people it may look like too much caffeine, exercising beyond what's considered healthy, or overeating. Perhaps your thing is adrenaline and you indulge in risky stunts that no ‘normal’ person would do, or you impulsively lie to those around you, or maybe you just really like spending money.” Cheyenne adds that it’s good to be speaking about substance use because of its high propensity to lead to addictive behaviour. These are challenging times. But challenging times also brings out the best in communities – it rallies people to support those in crisis. It was with that in mind that Interior Health established Community Action Teams in nine communities: Cranbrook, Nelson, Castlegar, Grand Forks, Kamloops, Central Okanagan, Penticton, Vernon and Williams Lake.  These were established in response to the overdose crisis, recognizing that communities play a critical role in saving lives and connecting people to treatment and recovery. Community Action Teams target local resources where they are needed most and strengthen local partnerships. “By raising awareness about the far-reaching impacts of stigma and addiction, increasing education about how to access supports, and furthering our efforts to work alongside our community partners, we can change the narrative and help people on their journey to wellness,” says Debi Morris, network director for mental health and substance use in Interior Health. Says Cheyenne: “With the ongoing opioid epidemic now in tandem with the COVID-19 pandemic and systems, services and individuals stretched and wearing thin, the drug overdose death toll is higher than ever and seems to be steadily increasing. It's time we stop turning our heads and closing our eyes to these issues." Visit Substance Use and Addiction to learn more. About National Addictions Awareness Week During National Addictions Awareness Week, Nov. 21-27, we are supporting the Canadian Centre for Substance Use and Addiction by highlighting resources about substance use and addiction treatment and supports. National Addictions Awareness Week is held annually, and focuses on highlighting solutions to help address the harms related to alcohol and other drug use. It provides an opportunity to learn more about prevention, to talk about treatment and recovery, and to bring forward solutions.  Join us this week as we post about different topics related to addiction, including stigma, alcohol, gambling, adverse childhood experiences, opioids, cannabis, and COVID-19 and mental health.  Follow the hashtag #NAAW2021 and help us spread the message that recovery is possible, addiction is a medical condition and not a choice, there is information available about treatment options, and how stigma plays a role as a barrier to care – a barrier that we can break down.  

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We are IH: Derrick Leblanc

We are IH is a recognition campaign to spotlight Interior Health employees and medical staff – through pictures and stories. Name: (John) Derrick Leblanc (he/him) Job Title: Housekeeping Supervisor Years of Service: 8.5 Worksite: Royal Inland Hospital Community: Kamloops Ancestral Territory: Secwépemc Nation Favourite Quote: "Treat everyone how you want to be treated." -Unknown Thanks to a good friend who endorsed his resume, Derrick Leblanc has been with Interior Health for almost nine years. In that time, his proudest moment, aside from being hired on, was his promotion to Housekeeping Supervisor. Derrick's family in Nova Scotia “I’ve always enjoyed helping others, and take pride in knowing that the career I’ve chosen allows me to do just that.” At one point, Derrick was even helping a friend with special need clients outside of Interior Health, finding it rewarding work. After training, Derrick eventually received his own clients. But it’s his role at Royal Inland Hospital that made the cut when he had to pull back on commitments and narrow his three jobs down to one. Derrick hails from Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, calling himself “a hopeless romantic and a Maritimer.” Unsurprisingly, his greatest dream is live a long life and to retire by the ocean (after winning the lottery, of course!). Derrick’s family means everything to him – it’s hard being so far away, as he doesn’t get to see them nearly as much as he’d like. Derrick's puppy, Wall-E “I’m the eighth child out of nine so it’s a large family. We certainly know how to cook and eat seafood, as well as rappi pie.” For those not "in the know," rappi pie is a well-loved traditional Acadian dish. It’s a delicious mix of potatoes and chicken. Living in the beautiful Interior meshes well with Derrick’s love of the outdoors and taking nature photography. He also hikes, gardens and relaxes on his deck with his dog. View of Kamloops from Derrick's morning walk Derrick's nomination keeps the We Are IH loop going: “I would nominate Narinder Pannu. She works at Royal Inland Hospital and is a cleaner on 7 South. I would like to nominate her because you can always ask her to help with shortfalls and or move to another position within the department... She is very accountable at her job and you can be assured she gets her work done to standard. " - Derrick Leblanc Stay updated with careers at Interior Health Facebook 

Regions Bank

Regions Financial Corporation is one of the nation’s largest full-service providers of consumer and commercial banking, wealth management, mortgage and insurance products and services. Regions serves customers across the South, Midwest and Texas, and through its subsidiary, Regions Bank, operates approximately 1,600 banking offices and 2,000 ATMs.

1900 Fifth Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203
https://www.regions.com


Phone Contacts

Main: (205) 581-7890
Toll Free: (800) 734-4667

Online Banking Customer Service  1-800-472-2265

Visa CheckCard Customer Service  1-800-295-8472

Regions Credit Card Customer Service  1-800-253-2265

Lost or Stolen Regions CheckCard  1-800-295-8472

Revolving Credit / Home Equity Line  1-800-231-7493

Client Services / Business & Commercial  1-800-787-3905

Regions Mortgage Customer Service  1-800-986-2462

Regions Mortgage Origination Center  1-877-536-3286

Report Fraud  1-800-734-4667

International*  1-800-458-5890

*Note: Customers inside the United States should not use this number. Some international charges may still apply.


Email Contacts

If you are a Regions customer and have account-specific questions, please log in to Online Banking and select “Secure Email Messages” from the Customer Service tab. Follow the on-screen instructions to send and receive secure messages with a Regions banker.

General Inquiries


Social Media Contacts

Facebook
Twitter


Executive Contacts

Primary Contact
Holt C.
Vice President, Customer Experience and Strategy
35244
[email protected]

Linkedin contact 

Secondary Contact
David Sherrill
Senior Vice President--Customer Experience
1900 Fifth Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203
[email protected]

Chief Executive
O. B. Grayson Hall, Jr.
Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer
1900 Fifth Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203
[email protected]


Last updated: July 3, 2019.

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Contact Regions Bank Customer Service

Regions Bank Phone Numbers and Emails

Toll-Free Number:

  • (800) 295-8472

    Visa CheckCard

Customer Service:

  • (800) 231-7493

    All Other Loan Servicing

  • (800) 748-9498

    First Mortgages

  • (800) 458-5890

    International

  • (800) 472-2265

    Online Banking Support

  • (866) 298-1113

    Other Consumer Loans

  • (800) 787-3905

    Regions Commercial Client Services

  • (800) 253-2265

    Regions Credit Card

  • (800) 734-4667

    Regions Green Line

  • (800) 986-2462

    Regions Mortgage

  • (877) 536-3286

    Regions Mortgage Origination Center

  • (800) 295-8472

    Visa CheckCard

Accesibility:

  • (800) 370-5087

    Toll-free

  • (800) 374-5791

    TTY/TDD

  • (205) 264-7495

Claims:

  • (800) 289-6710

    Insurance Claims and Legal Documentation

General Info:

  • (800) 675-4471

    Bankruptcy

  • (888) 231-5461

    Credit Card

  • (800) 289-6730

    DDA/Savings

  • (800) 289-6720

    Default Solutions

  • (800) 333-4104

    Installment/Revolving Credit

  • (866) 298-1131

    Repossession/Remarketing

Jobs/ Career:

  • (205) 581-7990

    Job Seekers with a Disability

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Corporate Office Address:

Regions Financial Corporation

1900 5th Ave N,

Birmingham,Alabama35203

United States

Other Info (opening hours):

Hours:

Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm (CT)

Saturday: 8:00am - 12:00pm (CT)

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Summary of Regions Bank Customer Service Calls

2.2K TOTAL
CALLS

09:19 AVG CALL
DURATION

12% ISSUES
RESOLVED

Top Reasons of Customers Calls

Consumers Call the Most From

Why Do People Call Regions Bank Customer Service?

Account Question:

  • “My account is locked why”
  • “Account frozen”
  • “My account”

Cards Question:

  • “Yo tell them I am traveling. I am at a gas Station stranded and my card had been declined”
  • “The atm stole ate my card”
  • “My Bank card is stuck in the atm”

Request for Information Question:

  • “Checking”
  • “I have questions”
  • “To check my account”

Payments and Charges Question:

  • “I'm missing money out of my account”
  • “Deposit of 500 from cashnetusa”
  • “Charged way to much”

Product/ Service Question:

  • “Can't withdraw using Google pay”
  • “Withdrawal limits”
  • “To order a debit card”

Activation/ Cancellation Question:

  • “To activate my card”
  • “I need them to cancel my check card”
  • “I activated my bank card and when I tried to make a purchase it was declined”

Staff Question:

  • “Customer service”
  • “Do you all have merchant service card?”
  • “Banking service”

Shipping and Delivery Question:

  • “Mi tarjeta está bloqueada”
  • “Mi tarjeta se quedo trabada en el atm”
  • “Have not received my new debeit card”

Return/ Replace Question:

  • “Return check”
  • “Change address”
  • “Need to replace a broken debit now card”

Employment Question:

  • “I need my paycheck out of your bank”
  • “I want my *** paycheck you m************ that's why I'm calling where is it”
  • “Payroll”

Refund Question:

  • “Check oj a refund”
  • “Refunded money”

Website/ Application Question:

  • “App”
  • “Bought plane tickets from scam website”

Other Question:

  • “Text”
  • “Achpay”
  • “My money being pull for no reason”

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Top Regions Bank Products

Account, Checking Account, Credit Card

Regions Bank Pros and Cons

Pros: Reps were polite for the most part, Local employees are great, Local branch staff, Initial contact, Location

Cons: Bad customer service, Lack of communication, Wait time and poor customer service, Rude abrupt customer service, No like at all

Summary

Regions Bank was the first multi-bank holding company in Alabama, where at the present time the corporate office of the company is headquartered. Regions Financial Corporation has been on the market since 1971. Originally the company bore the name First Alabama Bancshares Inc. In the beginning the company operated 40 banking locations in Birmingham, Huntsville and Montgomery. In Regions Bank merged with Birmingham-based AmSouth Bancorporation. At the present time, the company is one of the Top 10 bank holding companies in the United States. Regions Bank offers a wide range of financial services, including banking solutions, loans and credits, insurance and investing services.

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Abuse & Neglect Statewide Reporting Hotline
For 24/7 reporting of suspected abuse and/or neglect of a child or vulnerable adult. 

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Out of Home Abuse and Neglect Reporting (OHAN)

For reports of suspected child abuse and/or neglect that occurs in foster care placements or at child care facilities.

1-888-CARE4US
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Local Domestic Violence Shelters and Organizations1-800-799-SAFE (7233)Social Security Administration(800) 772-1213Women, Infants & Children (855-4-SCDHEC)(855) 472-3432
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Japan
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Macau
(853) 6262-16311

 

Malaysia
1-800 803 638

 

New Zealand
0800 1 27753

 

Pakistan14
Dial 00800 01001 first, 
then dial 800 361 0479

 

Papua New Guinea
(61) 1-300-321-4563

 

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1-800-1441-0234 (PLDT and
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COVID-19 Vaccines

Why should my child get the vaccine?

Children receiving the COVID-19 vaccine will help everyone get back to enjoyable everyday activities.

Although children and youth are less likely to get really sick from COVID-19, they can still:

  • get sick from COVID-19
  • be infected and not have any symptoms
  • spread COVID-19 to others
  • experience longer-term effects if they do get infected
  • get a rare but serious complication called multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C)

Children and youth with certain underlying medical conditions may have a higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19.

COVID-19 vaccines help the body fight off the virus. Like adults, children and youth are well protected against severe illness 14 days after their second dose. Those who have already had COVID-19 may still get vaccinated to protect themselves from getting it again.

What can I do now to prepare my child to get their COVID-19 vaccine?Talk to your child about the COVID-19 vaccine
  • Be honest and direct.
  • Share information and answer their questions using age-appropriate language.
  • Let them know that getting the vaccine will help them stay healthy and get back to seeing their friends, families and staying in school.
How do I prepare my child for the COVID-19 vaccine appointment?

Before the vaccination, let your child know:

  • What to expect.
  • Why the vaccine is important.
  • That the needle might feel like a pinch in the upper arm that only lasts a few seconds.
  • That the nurse will help to decrease their fear/pain (e.g.: distraction, deep breathing, relaxing their arm, talking them through the experience etc.)

On the day of the vaccination, have your child:

  • Eat something before their appointment.
  • Wear a shirt with loose sleeves.
  • Wear a mask to access the clinic.
  • Follow instructions provided by the public health nurse and your reminder email to access the clinic.
Will the dose be different for 5 to 11 year olds?The vaccine for children has a smaller dose than the vaccine for those 12 years of age and older. In clinical trials, lower doses provided children with very good protection against COVID-19. It’s not clear yet how long protection will last.Where can my child get vaccinated?The vaccine will be available at similar locations that currently offer COVID vaccines such as community immunization clinics, select doctors' offices, pharmacies and school-based clinics. Continue to check this website for appointment details.Will my child receive a second dose?

Children aged 5 to 11 years getting the vaccine should receive 2 doses. The National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) recommends that the second dose should be given at least 8 weeks after the first dose.

Your child will be given a second dose appointment at the completion of their first dose appointment at the recommended interval of 8 weeks (56 days). To reschedule or cancel the second dose, please visit durham.ca/VaccineAppointment or contact the call centre at 1-888-444-5113.

Can my child still get the vaccine if they don’t have OHIP?Yes, OHIP is not required to get the COVID-19 vaccine.Is it ok for my child get other vaccinations at the same time as the COVID-19 vaccine?

When possible, children shouldn’t receive the Pfizer-BioNTech Comirnaty vaccine 14 days before or 14 days after other vaccines.

This is a precaution to monitor any side effects from the COVID-19 vaccine or another vaccine. In some cases, your child’s health care provider may recommend a vaccine that’s needed urgently. Talk to your health care provider if this is the case.

Will parents or caregivers need to provide consent for their children aged 5 to 11 to get vaccinated?

In Ontario there is no minimum age to consent to treatment. Rather, Ontario uses a capacity-based consent model. A person is capable of consenting to treatment if they can understand the information that is relevant to making the decision and are able to appreciate the consequences of the decision.

However, the 5–11 age group does not have the same capacity to consent for themselves as older individuals and will require parental consent before receiving the vaccine in most cases.

Consent will also be required for the collection, use and disclosure of personal health information. 

Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe for children ages 5-11?

Health Canada has determined that this vaccine is safe and effective at providing a strong immune response against COVID-19.

What are the side effects of the pediatric Pfizer vaccine?

The pediatric Pfizer vaccine, like other vaccines, may cause side effects. Some mild side effects that may occur include pain, swelling and redness where the vaccine was given, tiredness, muscle soreness, or headache. These side effects are normal signs that the body is building protection.

When should I call a health care provider if my child is feeling unwell after their vaccine?

If your child has a high fever (over 40°C or 104°F) or side effects that are worrying you or do not seem to be going away after a few days, contact your child’s health care provider or seek medical attention.

Go to the nearest emergency department or call 911 if they have serious drowsiness, seizures/convulsions, hives, swelling of the face, throat or mouth, trouble breathing or other serious symptoms.

Seek medical attention if your child develops any of the following symptoms after receiving the vaccine: chest pain, shortness of breath and/or palpitations (pounding or racing heart) or feeling of a rapid or abnormal heart rhythm. These may be symptoms of myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle) or pericarditis (inflammation of the sac of the heart), which is very rare and treatable.

What if my child has allergies?

The vaccine is safe for children who have food, drug, or environmental allergies. Children with allergies will be monitored for a longer period at the clinic following vaccination.

  • The pediatric Pfizer vaccine does not contain eggs, gelatin (pork), gluten, latex, preservatives, antibiotics, adjuvants, or aluminum.
  • If your child has had a severe allergic reaction to a vaccine or medical product, speak with their health care provider prior to getting the vaccine.
  • Children who are hypersensitive to any substance or ingredient in the formulation should not receive the vaccine.
  • If you have any questions or concerns, please speak to your child’s health care provider.
What will the clinic environment be like for my child? 

Community immunization clinics offering the COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 5 to 11 are designated specifically for this age group and are by appointment only. They are customized to provide a child-friendly environment. For example, posters and stickers will be present and children will be able to use "pop its" to reduce anxiety during the immunization.

Clinic locations will occur in all eight municipalities. In addition, select clinics will occur at some schools to facilitate access and provide another environment to administer the vaccine to this age group.

All community clinics will be offered primarily after school hours (e.g., evenings and weekends) to support convenient and welcoming options for children and families.

Will children receive proof that they are vaccinated?

Yes. Vaccine certificates with QR codes will be available for children aged 5 to 11 on the COVID-19 vaccination portal as a record of their vaccination.

However, there are no requirements for children aged 5 to 11 to show proof of vaccination in Ontario. Different jurisdictions may have other requirements.

Will children be able to get the vaccine from their primary care provider or local pharmacy?Select primary care providers and pharmacies will be administering the pediatric COVID-19 vaccine. (Please hyperlink to pharmacies and health care providers section on website, i.e., the image below).Are there enough doses for every child?

Yes. Ontario is expected to receive sufficient supply to provide a first dose to every eligible child.

Where can I get more information?

Источник: https://www.durham.ca/en/health-and-wellness/covid-19-vaccines.aspx

Interior Health

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Community & Culture

We are IH: Tanya Zeron

We are IH is a recognition campaign to spotlight Interior Health employees and medical staff – through pictures and stories. Name: Tanya Zeron (she/her) Job Title: Rehabilitation Assistant Years of Service: 10 Worksite: Vernon Jubilee Hospital Community: Vernon Ancestral Territory: Syilx Okanagan Favourite Quote: “Ain't nothin' gonna to break my stride Nobody gonna slow me down, oh no I got to keep on movin'” – Matthew Wilder Tanya Zeron always tries to see the good in people and situations. Born and raised in Maple Ridge, Tanya moved to the Okanagan in 2004. As a rehabilitation assistant, Tanya’s inspiration are the people she cares for every day.  “No matter their ability, they continue to work towards their goals. And on the days they’re not strong, we can be strong for them.” Tanya loves working with older adults. “They have so much to share and I like to listen to their stories. They’ve usually already overcome so much in life.” Watching patients persevere through physical and emotional challenges makes Tanya proud of the work she and her team does.  “It’s nice to know we played a role in our patient’s rehabilitation, and are improving their quality of life.” The fresh air of fall, camping with her family and snowboard season are a few of Tanya’s favourite things. Tanya’s husband, Dallas, and two kids, Marty and Scottie, also enjoy hiking, canoeing, and mountain biking.  “Anything that gets my family and myself into nature,” she says. ________________________________________ Stay updated with careers at Interior Health Facebook 

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The information provided by the power outages information service is approximate. It is presented based on the time zone to which the device is set.

Under no circumstances shall Hydro-Québec be held liable for any use of or inability to use the information on the maps or service status by region report. It is the responsibility of local occupants to protect their property.

While Hydro-Québec updates the information on outages and planned service interruptions on the maps and in the service status by region report, it cannot guarantee the accuracy or content of this information, including when service is expected to be restored.

Certain outage areas may not be listed on the maps. The areas identified on the maps and the time when service is expected to be restored are approximate, as is the rest of the information (cause, number of customers without power, etc.).

The service status by region report indicates the number of customers without power in each region of the province. It includes the power outages and scheduled interruptions that are currently underway. Unlike a power outage, which is unplanned, a planned service interruption is an intentional interruption of service for a set period of time for system maintenance purposes.

All persons must take the necessary steps to mitigate damage that may be caused by a planned service interruption or power outage.

When to report an outage?

If you don’t see your outage on the map, contact us!

Report an outage

24-hour service
1 800 790-2424

Your best ally in the event of an outage.

Use our mobile app to report an outage and stay abreast of the situation. Sign up for alerts to receive a message if the anticipated service restoration time changes and/or once service is restored.

Download in the App Store.Get it on Google Play.
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Regions Bank

Regions Financial Corporation is one of the nation’s largest full-service providers of consumer and commercial banking, wealth management, mortgage and insurance products and services. Regions serves customers across the South, Midwest and Texas, and through its subsidiary, Regions Bank, operates approximately 1,600 banking offices and 2,000 ATMs.

1900 Fifth Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203
https://www.regions.com


Phone Contacts

Main: (205) 581-7890
Toll Free: (800) 734-4667

Online Banking Customer Service  1-800-472-2265

Visa CheckCard Customer Service  1-800-295-8472

Regions Credit Card Customer Service  1-800-253-2265

Lost or Stolen Regions CheckCard  1-800-295-8472

Revolving Credit / Home Equity Line  1-800-231-7493

Client Services / Business & Commercial  1-800-787-3905

Regions Mortgage Customer Service  1-800-986-2462

Regions Mortgage Origination Center  1-877-536-3286

Report Fraud  1-800-734-4667

International*  1-800-458-5890

*Note: Customers inside the United States should not use this number. Some international charges may still apply.


Email Contacts

If you are a Regions customer and have account-specific questions, please log in to Online Banking and select “Secure Email Messages” from the Customer Service tab. Follow the on-screen instructions to send and receive secure messages with a Regions banker.

General Inquiries


Social Media Contacts

Facebook
Twitter


Executive Contacts

Primary Contact
Holt C.
Vice President, Customer Experience and Strategy
35244
[email protected]

Linkedin contact 

Secondary Contact
David Sherrill
Senior Vice President--Customer Experience
1900 Fifth Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203
[email protected]

Chief Executive
O. B. Grayson Hall, Jr.
Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer
1900 Fifth Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203
[email protected]


Last updated: July 3, 2019.

Источник: https://www.elliott.org/company-contacts/regions-bank/
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COVID-19 Vaccines

Why should my child get the vaccine?

Children receiving the COVID-19 vaccine will help everyone get back to enjoyable everyday activities.

Although children and youth are less likely to get really sick from COVID-19, they can still:

  • get sick from COVID-19
  • be infected and not have any regions customer service number hours COVID-19 to others
  • experience longer-term effects if they do get infected
  • get a rare but serious complication called multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C)

Children and youth with certain underlying medical conditions may have a higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19.

COVID-19 vaccines help the body fight off the virus. Like carolina alliance bank business login, children and youth are well protected against severe illness 14 days after their second dose. Those who have already had COVID-19 may still get vaccinated to protect themselves from getting it again.

What can I do now to prepare my child to get their COVID-19 vaccine?Talk to your child about the COVID-19 vaccine
  • Be honest and direct.
  • Share information and answer their questions using age-appropriate language.
  • Let them know that getting the vaccine will help them stay healthy and get back to seeing their friends, families and staying in school.
How do I prepare my child for the COVID-19 vaccine appointment?

Before the bank of america internship opportunities, let your child know:

  • What to expect.
  • Why the vaccine is important.
  • That the needle might feel like a pinch in the upper arm that only lasts a few seconds.
  • That the nurse will help to decrease their fear/pain (e.g.: distraction, deep breathing, relaxing their arm, talking them through the experience etc.)

On regions customer service number hours day of the vaccination, have your child:

  • Eat something before their appointment.
  • Wear a shirt with loose sleeves.
  • Wear a mask to access the clinic.
  • Follow instructions provided by the public health nurse and your reminder email to access the clinic.
Will the dose be different for 5 to 11 year olds?The vaccine for children has a smaller dose than the vaccine for those 12 years of age regions customer service number hours older. In clinical trials, lower doses provided children with very good protection against COVID-19. It’s not clear yet how long protection will last.Where can my child get vaccinated?The vaccine will be available at similar locations that currently offer COVID vaccines such as community immunization clinics, select doctors' offices, pharmacies and school-based clinics. Continue to check this website for appointment details.Will my child receive a second dose?

Children aged 5 to 11 years getting the vaccine should receive 2 doses. The National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) recommends that the second dose should be given at least 8 weeks after the first dose.

Your child will be given a second dose appointment at the completion of their first dose appointment at the recommended interval of 8 weeks (56 days). To reschedule or cancel the second dose, please visit durham.ca/VaccineAppointment or contact us bank internet banking phone number call centre at 1-888-444-5113.

Can my child still get the vaccine if they don’t have OHIP?Yes, OHIP is not required to get the COVID-19 vaccine.Is it ok for my child get other vaccinations at the same time as the COVID-19 vaccine?

When possible, children shouldn’t receive the Pfizer-BioNTech Comirnaty vaccine 14 days before or 14 days after other vaccines.

This is a precaution to monitor any side effects from the COVID-19 vaccine or another vaccine. In some cases, your child’s health care provider may recommend a vaccine that’s needed urgently. Talk to your health care provider if this is the case.

Will parents or caregivers need to provide consent for their children aged 5 to 11 to get vaccinated?

In Ontario there is no minimum age to consent to treatment. Rather, Ontario uses a capacity-based consent model. A person is capable of consenting to treatment if they can understand the information that is relevant to making the decision and are able to appreciate the consequences of the decision.

However, the 5–11 age group does not have the same capacity to consent for themselves as older individuals and will require parental consent before receiving the vaccine in most cases.

Consent will also be required for regions customer service number hours collection, use and disclosure of personal health information. 

Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe for children ages 5-11?

Health Canada has determined that this vaccine is safe and effective at providing a strong immune response against COVID-19.

What are the side effects of the pediatric Pfizer vaccine?

The pediatric Pfizer vaccine, like other vaccines, may cause side effects. Some mild side effects that may occur include pain, swelling and redness where the vaccine was given, f 14 tomcat magazine, muscle soreness, or headache. These side effects are normal signs that the body is building protection.

When should I call a health care provider if my child is feeling unwell after their vaccine?

If your child has a high fever (over 40°C or 104°F) or side effects that are worrying you or do not seem to be going away after a few days, contact your child’s health care provider or seek medical attention.

Go to the nearest emergency department or call 911 if they have serious drowsiness, seizures/convulsions, hives, how to find out your routing number of the face, throat or mouth, trouble breathing or other serious symptoms.

Seek medical attention if your child develops any of the following symptoms after receiving the vaccine: chest pain, shortness of breath and/or palpitations (pounding or racing heart) or feeling of a rapid or abnormal heart rhythm. These may be symptoms of myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle) or pericarditis (inflammation of the sac of the heart), which is very rare and treatable.

What if my child has allergies?

The vaccine is safe for children who have food, drug, or environmental allergies. Children with allergies will be monitored for a longer period at the clinic following vaccination.

  • The pediatric Pfizer vaccine does not contain eggs, gelatin (pork), gluten, latex, preservatives, antibiotics, adjuvants, or aluminum.
  • If your child has had a severe allergic reaction to a vaccine or medical product, speak with their health care provider prior to getting the vaccine.
  • Children who are hypersensitive to any substance or ingredient in the formulation should not receive the vaccine.
  • If you have any questions or concerns, please speak to your child’s health care provider.
What will the clinic environment be like for my child? 

Community immunization clinics offering the COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 5 to 11 are designated specifically for this age group and are by appointment only. They are customized to provide a child-friendly environment. For example, posters and stickers will be present and children will be able to use "pop its" to reduce anxiety during the immunization.

Clinic locations will occur in all eight municipalities. In addition, select clinics will occur at some schools to facilitate access and provide another environment to administer the vaccine to regions customer service number hours age group.

All community clinics will be offered primarily after school hours (e.g., evenings and weekends) to support convenient and welcoming options for children and families.

Will children receive proof that they are vaccinated?

Yes. Vaccine certificates with QR codes will be available for children aged 5 to 11 on the COVID-19 vaccination portal as a record of their vaccination.

However, there are no requirements for children aged 5 to 11 to show proof of vaccination in Ontario. Different jurisdictions may have other requirements.

Will children be able to get the vaccine from their primary care provider or local pharmacy?Select primary care providers and pharmacies will be administering the pediatric COVID-19 vaccine. (Please hyperlink to pharmacies and health care providers section on website, i.e., regions customer service number hours image below).Are there enough doses for every child?

Yes. Ontario is expected to receive sufficient supply to provide a first dose to every eligible child.

Where can I get more information?

Источник: https://www.durham.ca/en/health-and-wellness/covid-19-vaccines.aspx

NRT OnDemand

Riders can regions customer service number hours a trip up to 15 minutes before their departure. To book and pay for your ride using your credit card or pre-paid debit, download the app.

Those who don’t have a smartphone or can’t download the app can book a ride by calling 289-302-2172.

Drivers cannot accept payment or cash fares.

Once the app is downloaded, set your pick-up and drop-off locations. The app will then create a ride proposal and prompt you to confirm by selecting 'Book this ride'. Wait for your ride and check out details, including the vehicle's licence plate, driver name and more at the bottom of your screen.

Your vehicle will pick you up within a block or two of your doorstep or a nearby location regions customer service number hours intersection. The average walk to a pick-up or drop-off location is 100 metres.

Wait times

The maximum wait time is one hour. The maximum detour time to accommodate a ride share is 20 minutes.

Cancellations

There will be a $1.50 cancellation fee if you cancel after 60 seconds of booking completion.

Minimum age

Riders aged 13 to 18 can ride alone with the consent of their parents. Riders under the age of 13 need to be accompanied by an adult.

Источник: https://niagararegion.ca/transit/on-demand/

Terms of use

The information provided by the power outages information service is approximate. It is presented based on the time zone to which the device is set.

Under no circumstances shall Hydro-Québec be held liable for any use of or inability to use the information on the maps or service status by region report. It is the responsibility of local occupants to protect their property.

While Hydro-Québec updates the information on outages and planned service interruptions on the maps and in the service status by region report, it cannot guarantee the accuracy or content of this information, including when service is expected to be restored.

Certain outage areas may not be listed on the maps. The areas identified on the maps and the time when service is expected to be restored are approximate, as is the rest of the regions customer service number hours (cause, number of customers without power, etc.).

The service status by region report indicates the number of customers without power in each region of the province. It includes the power outages and scheduled interruptions that are currently underway. Unlike a power outage, which is unplanned, a planned service interruption is an intentional interruption of service for a set period of time for system maintenance purposes.

All persons must take the necessary steps to mitigate damage that may be caused by a planned service interruption or power outage.

When to report an outage?

If you regions customer service number hours see your outage on the map, contact us!

Report an outage

24-hour service
1 800 790-2424

Your best ally in the event of an outage.

Use our mobile app to report an outage and stay abreast of the situation. Sign up for alerts to receive a message if the anticipated service restoration time changes and/or once service is restored.

Download in the App Store.Get it on Google Play.
Источник: https://poweroutages.hydroquebec.com/poweroutages/service-interruption-report/
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Civida is home for over 9,000 families in the Edmonton Metropolitan Region.

As the largest provider of over 4,500 social and over 600 near market homes, we work with organizations and government agencies to develop, support and improve our communities and the lives of our families and individuals.

A home is more than just a roof overhead; it should be a safe and secure place where families regions customer service number hours relationships and communities, where they enjoy economic prosperity and where they are happy and healthy.

Civida manages more than 5,000 housing rental units throughout the Edmonton area. Select an area of the map to see Civida’s housing rental units in that region.

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To better understand why communities are opposed to affordable housing and how providers can understand and respond to opposition, Civida conducted an applied research project on affordable housing and neighbourhoods. We’re pleased to share our full reports from this research, as well as a toolkit and other resources for anyone to use.

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National Housing Day - November 22

Today on #NationalHousingDay and every day, it’s important to recognize the critical role a safe, affordable home has on all aspects of life. Everyone deserves a home they can afford. Mo & Jalila, who have lived with Civida for seven years, graciously shared their story with us.

Civida announces new CEO

Civida Board Chair, Mr. Paul Whittaker, announced on November 17 that the Board has hired Gord Johnston as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Civida, effective January 1, 2022.

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November is #YEGHousingMonth

Once again, we’ve teamed up with community partners for our annual Edmonton Housing Month campaign! Join us for free lunch and learns related to affordable housing and homelessness throughout the month and take part in the discussion on social media using #YEGHousingMonth and #WeCanEndHomelessness.

Visit housingmonth.ca to learn more and register!

Now Leasing at our Londonderry Location!

We’re now taking applications for our Londonderry location leasing waitlist. This beautiful 240 unit complex has all the amenities – find out if you’re eligible and how to apply here.

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Fall 2021 Tenant Newsletter

Now available online and in our customers’ mailboxes, our quarterly newsletter is filled with home maintenance tips and other helpful information for our tenants.

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