Community Living North Halton, in partnership with families and the community, supports the choices and personal growth of individuals with a developmental disability.
Halton Families for Families is a successful community collaborative whose goal is to connect, support and engage with Halton families who are impacted by a child/youth’s mental health struggles. The initiative is uniquely led by families – adults and youth, which ensures their voices are valued, heard and woven into the fabric of all activities and events, to improve the quality of life for families.
ROCK Reach Out Centre for Kids was designated by the Ministry of Child and Youth Services (MCYS) as the child and youth mental health Lead Agency for Halton in August 2014. With programs and services that run out of 11 sites and three main offices, ROCK is committed to being inclusive, client-centred and family-centred. With over 40 years of service in Halton, we are dedicated to building strong people, strong families and strong communities.
The Bob Rumball Associations for the Deaf provides a variety of care and support to Deaf children and adults with multiple needs including individuals with a developmental disability, Deaf plus individuals, youth and adults with behavioral, emotional or psychiatric problems, young offenders, troubled youth and dually diagnosed individuals.
The mission of ErinoakKids is to help children and youth with physical, developmental and communication disabilities achieve optimal levels of independence, learning, health and well-being.