One of 14 networks introduced across the province by the Ontario government to plan, integrated, and fund local health services within a specific geographic region.
Provides information and access to assistance for older adults with age related cognitive impairments and responsive behaviours that impact their daily functioning and/or the ability to maintain relationships.
Counselling services provided by registered social workers or registered psychotherapists. Mental health services are available for children, youth, and their families, as well as for adults and people dealing with addictions.
CCAS provides adoption and fostering education programs, home studies, adoption placement of children, post-placement counselling and support, and fulfillment of legal requirements to finalize placement of children for adoption.
Adult day program. Social, recreational, and therapeutic activities for older adults and people with disabilities in a group setting for part of the day. Helps to support family caregivers who provide day-to-day care.
Offers a variety of programs and events related to the museums collection of artifacts, books, periodicals, manuals, and aircrafts from the beginning of World War 2 to the present.
Health professionals provide the following services by appointment in the community or individual homes:
The Arthritis Society offers programs and services that support those with arthritis. These include:
The ALS Society in the Ontario Region, particularly for Hamilton, Niagara, Haldimand, Brant and Halton offer multidisciplinary clinics for those with ALS.
Centre de Santé Communautaire offers a parent resource centre and is a satellite site for the Ontario Early Years Program.
Provides various activities for families and caregivers with children up to 6 years of age.