Works in conjunction with health and social service community partners, to identify seniors living in severe self-neglect, known as “Diogenes Syndrome”.
Offers family mediation which is a form of dispute resolution where a neutral third party, called a mediator, assists the disputing parties to reach an informed and voluntary agreement on issues such as how to separate, parenting plans, and child
This council consists of in, out and ex-patients of St. Joseph's Mental Health and Addiction program. Council members sit on committees within and outside the hospital setting.
Offers support through a collaborative process that helps families with complex needs find solutions to leading a better life, through the support of a team made up of family, friends and community.
Outpatient clinic offers complete care, education, and support for people with GN, their families, and support persons.
A faith-based organization serving people with developmental disabilities and their families in Ontario. Offers residential and retreat facilities.
Specially trained volunteers offer social and emotional support to children, adults, and families living with a life-threatening illness in Greater Hamilton. Support is provided through phone and video chat.
Ontario provincial program that provides funding to help families who are caring for a child with a developmental and/or physical disability.
Funds are available to help the family hire someone to:
Promotes healthy growth and development of Aboriginal babies, build on parenting skills, and link families with the community supports and resources.
Peer support for those who have received a cancer diagnosis, their caregivers and families. Create a profile on the website to access this group.