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Support individuals who are at risk of developing an eating disorder and to promote overall physical and mental wellness

Offer a variety of self-esteem, body image, body acceptance and other wellness-based group services for children, youth and their caregivers including:

Dove Confident Me
* female-identifying and non-binary youth (12-16yrs)

Free Being Me
* girls (8-11yrs)

ROCK Crew
* male-identifying youth (12-17yrs)

Support services and resources available for seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic

A Friendly Voice:

Offering friendly conversation with trained volunteers to older adults who are isolated or experiencing loneliness.

  • For individuals 55 and older.
  • Mon-Sun
  • 8 am-12 midnight
  • Toll free: 1-855-892-9992.

Alzheimer Society of Brant, Haldimand Norfolk, Hamilton Halton: 

EarlyON Child and Family Centres provide opportunities for children from birth to 6 years of age to participate in play and inquiry-based programs, and support parents and caregivers in their roles.  Families and caregivers can find support, advice, make personal connections and access a network of resources at these centres.

EarlyON Child and Family Centres provide opportunities for children from birth to 6 years of age to participate in play and inquiry-based programs, and support parents and caregivers in their roles. Families and caregivers can find support, advice, make personal connections and access a network of resources at these centres.
Provides Check It Out Drop In sessions, a free service where parents can ask health professionals questions about their child.
 

An early intervention program aimed at those who have witnessed or experienced domestic violence. Offers a safe place for discussion. Mothers also participate with children to discuss safety plans, anger management, and how to recognize abuse. Program offers a 10-week group session for women and children. Provides on-on-one support for children aged four years and older, child care during groups, and transportation assistance when needed.

An intensive, evidence-based prenatal and infancy home visitation program for young, first time parents. This voluntary, free service is provided by public health nurses, beginning early in pregnancy (before 28 weeks gestation), and continuing until the child's second birthday. Goals include improving pregnancy outcomes, improving child health and development, and improving parents' self-sufficiency.

EarlyON Child and Family Centres provide opportunities for children from birth to 6 years of age to participate in play and inquiry-based programs, and support parents and caregivers in their roles. Families and caregivers can find support, advice, make personal connections and access a network of resources at these centres.