Designated sites where residents can drop off items that are not to be picked up as part of regular curb pick up service. Some items that can be dropped off include:
A stay-in-school program designed to reduce poverty and its effects by lowering the dropout rate among high school students, from economically disadvantaged communities, and increase their participation in post-secondary programs.
Offers a variety of programs to serve and celebrate the francophone community.
Provides Special Needs Resourcing supports that help childcare programs include children with special needs. Staff work directly with the childcare centre to support the inclusion of your child in the classroom. Staff also assists with informati
A non-profit agency committed to providing hope, compassionate and informative assistance for anyone facing an unexpected pregnancy.
Provides services to assist individuals who are experiencing homelessness or are on a low income in finding safe and affordable housing.
The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is Canada's largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital, as well as one of the world's leading research centres in the area of addiction and mental health. .
Free drop-in centre for youth in Hamilton. Offers a variety of themed activities and social events as well as:
- access to showers
- computers and wifi
- housing search assistance
- community referrals
Thrift store operated by Community Living Hamilton, in partnership with the City of Hamilton.
Curbside pick-up of garbage, bulk items, yard waste, compostables, and recyclables in the City of Hamilton is managed by the Environmental Services Division of the Public Works Department. Community Recycling Centres offer additional services, in