A series of group-format support programs that help family, caregivers, and individuals with memory loss cope with progressive cognitive deficits, dementia, or Alzheimer's disease. Different groups are offered that focus on specific topics such a
Supports homeschooling families in the Hamilton, Burlington, and surrounding areas. Activities include: parents meetings, social activities, and field trips.
Provides an opportunity for adults with a physical disability to live in a geared-to-income, fully accessible, one bedroom apartment. Access to essential non-medical 24 hour attendant and life skill support services.
Support individuals who are at risk of developing an eating disorder and to promote overall physical and mental wellness
Offers support services and counselling to children who have experienced abuse. Services include:
- needs assessment
- safety planning
- individual or family counselling
- short-term follow-up supports
A drop-in service that provides legal and non-legal information, regarding family law issues, such as separation and divorce.
Programs, services, education and on-going support for individuals with dementia, as well as, support for family members and caregivers.
Provides services to assist individuals who are experiencing homelessness or are on a low income in finding safe and affordable housing.
Workshops and online webinars led by Registered Dietitians to provide peer support, motivation and ongoing nutrition education. Provides support for individuals living with Diabetes through awareness and education, including:
The Family Advice Duty Counsel is a service run out of the Family Law Information Centre. The program gives advice and assistance on family law matters for people who are not in court the day they attend the centre .