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Conestoga College, Accessibility Services Cambridge Downtown

Conestoga College is committed to providing a safe and accessible learning environment for students with disabilities. Accommodating disabilities at the college is a shared responsibility between college staff, faculty and administrators.

Our goal is to to provide the best possible services that help our students pursue their college education in a way that respects their dignity, encourages independence and promotes full participation in the community.

Cambridge Ice Hounds Special Needs Hockey Club - Home Rink

From our roots as the first special hockey organization in Waterloo Region, we’ve come a long way in a short time. In 2006, the Cambridge Ice Hounds comprised of a few families looking for a place where their child could play hockey just like any other. A few short years later and now more than 50 families with special needs children and adults with developmental disabilities call us ‘their team’.

Cambridge Committee for Physically Disabled Adults - Cambridge Office

Provides social, educational and recreational activities for adults living with physical disabilities in the community

Hours
Call for details

DSRC: Cambridge Satellite Office

DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES RESOURCE CENTRE – WATERLOO REGION (DSRC) assists individuals with developmental disabilities and their caregivers in evaluating needs and connecting with community services and supports.

Hours
Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m – 4:30 p.m. By Appointment Only

trueNorth Cambridge

trueNorth Medical Centres provides comprehensive addiction medicine services to individuals within Ontario who are facing substance use challenges. This program operates on a non-urgent, walk-in basis where people receive access to assessment and treatment within the same visit. Medical treatment plans and supports are offered based on the unique needs and goals of the individual. 

CMHA Cambridge

As the nation-wide leader and champion for mental health, CMHA promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness.

Cambridge Ice Hounds Special Needs Hockey Club - Mailing Address

From our roots as the first special hockey organization in Waterloo Region, we’ve come a long way in a short time. In 2006, the Cambridge Ice Hounds comprised of a few families looking for a place where their child could play hockey just like any other. A few short years later and now more than 50 families with special needs children and adults with developmental disabilities call us ‘their team’.

Revera - Riverbend Place

We’re located on the banks of the beautiful Grand River, next to the Cambridge Memorial Hospital and close to community amenities, the perfect setting for your lifestyle. Personalized care service options are available at one location, of particular interest to couples who might have differing requirements.

The BLADES Special Hockey - Mail address

The BLADES is a co-ed team for individuals ages 6 and up who, because of their disability, would be not be able to play with a regular hockey program.

Community Living Cambridge

Community Living Cambridge is dedicated to serving those in the Cambridge community with a developmental disability and providing events and activities to enrich their lives.

Hours
Monday to Friday 8:30 - 4:30

KidsAbility Centre for Child Development Cambridge - IBI Specialized Services and Business Office

KidsAbility™ empowers children and youth with special needs to realize their full potential.

House of Friendship Residential Treatment (Men)

House of Friendship is a Waterloo Region-based nonprofit organization that provides food, housing, addiction treatment and neighbourhood support to individuals and families.

Cambridge Ice Hounds Special Needs Hockey Club

From our roots as the first special hockey organization in Waterloo Region, we've come a long way in a short time. In 2006, the Cambridge Ice Hounds comprised of a few families looking for a place where their child could play hockey just like any other. A few short years later and now more than 50 families with special needs children and adults with developmental disabilities call us their team.

DeafBlind Ontario Services Cambridge Satellite Office
OATC Cambridge Clinic

The Ontario Addiction Treatment Centres  (OATC) were founded in 1995. At that time, treatment for opioid agonist therapy, utilizing methadone, was extremely under-serviced and those seeking treatment often were forced to travel hundreds of kilometers to seek care.

Lutherwood - CAPP: Waterloo Region

Lutherwood is a not for profit that annually provides mental health, employment, housing and family support services to 22,500 people in Waterloo Region and Wellington County.

Hours
Mon - Fri, 9:00 - 5:00

The BLADES Special Hockey

The BLADES is a co-ed team for individuals ages 6 and up who, because of their disability, would be not be able to play with a regular hockey program.

Hours
Sat 3:15 pm to 4:45 pm

Cambridge Committee for Physically Disabled Adults

Provides social, educational and recreational activities for adults living with physical disabilities in the community

CMHA IGSW Cambridge Office

As the nation-wide leader and champion for mental health, CMHA promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness.

Cambridge Committee for Physically Disabled Adults - Mail address

Provides social, educational and recreational activities for adults living with physical disabilities in the community.

KidsAbility Centre for Child Development Cambridge - General Services

KidsAbility™ empowers children and youth with special needs to realize their full potential.

Lutherwood - Family Counselling Services

Lutherwood is a not for profit that annually provides mental health, employment, housing and family support services to 22,500 people in Waterloo Region and Wellington County.

Hours
Mon - Thurs, 8:30 - 8:00 ; Friday, 8:30 - 5:00

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