SCS Board of Directors appoints Mitchell Bellman as Executive Director

OTTAWA, Ontario – August 18, 2021 – The Service Coordination Support (SCS) Board is pleased to announce that, effective August 30, 2021, Mitchell Bellman will become the new Executive Director for the organization. Until that date, Ms. Janet Babalola will continue in the interim Executive Director role.

“Mitchell is an accomplished executive with over 20 years of experience in leadership positions. He believes in success through vision, strategy, partnerships, and transparency. With proficiency in both private and public sectors, he brings to the organization a well-rounded approach for the future growth and development of the organization,” said André Lagacé, Chairman of the SCS Board. “We welcome Mitchell to SCS and look forward to working with him and the Ministry to empower families and individuals to make informed choices about the supports they seek.”

Mr. Bellman most recently served as the President and CEO for The Royal Ottawa Foundation for Mental Health. Previously, he held leadership positions at Nylene Canada and The Jewish Federation of Ottawa.

Mr. Bellman holds a Masters of Public Administration from Queen’s University and a Bachelor of Arts from McGill University. He is a recipient of both the Gilbert Greenberg Distinguished Service Award and the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.

“The SCS Board would like to take this opportunity to thank Janet Babalola for managing the organization and serving our clients as the interim Executive Director over the last several months,” said André Lagacé, Chairman of the SCS Board. “Due to her commitment and dedication, SCS has continued to meet the expectations of our community and stakeholders.”

About SCS
Service Coordination Support (SCS) is the initial contact for people who have a developmental disability or autism in Ottawa and the Eastern Region. We help people find available resources in the community that are needed to assist them in their daily lives. One of our important goals is to empower families/individuals to make informed choices about the supports they seek.