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Strong Communities

 

 

Brockville & Area Community Living Association

Phone: 613-342-2953

 

BACLA is an organization committed to providing quality out-of-family home, residential and associated support services for people who have an intellectual disability.

 

Brockville and District Association for Community Involvement

Phone: 613-345-4092

                                                                        Website: www.bdaci.com

Assists individuals from the Brockville area who have a developmental disability and provides support to their families through many services available during the year.

 

  Community & Primary Health Care

  Phone: 613-342-3693

  Website: www.cphcare.ca

 

 

Community & Primary Health Care (CPHC) is a registered charitable organization dedicated to improving the lives of seniors and their families. Serving Lanark, Leeds and Grenville, and Kingston (Lifeline), CPHC provides comprehensive and flexible support with the goal of improving the health, safety and happiness of our clients.

 

       Kemptville And District Home Support Inc.
       
Phone: 613-258-3203
       Website: www.kdhsi.com

 

Kemptville & District Home Support is a non-profit charitable organization, providing Community Support Services to seniors and adults with physical disabilities in the Municipality of North Grenville.

Services include, Meals on Wheels, Diners’ Club, Transportation, Friendly Visiting, Telephone Checks, Foot Care Clinics, Income Tax Assistance; Social Activities; referrals for Home Help & Home Maintenance; also, advocacy and referrals to other organizations.

There are also many volunteer opportunities.  To see how you can become part of the wonderful Team of Volunteers, please call or stop by the Centre at 215 Sanders Street in Kemptville.

 

  Real;Talk - A Children's Mental Health of Leeds & Grenville program

  Phone: 613-498-4844 ext 3028

  Website: https://www.facebook.com/julia.rt.16144

 

 

 

 

Real;Talk is a Youth-Led Advocacy Group, specializing in Mental Health Awareness and de-stigmatization in Leeds and Grenville. We are a group of youth aged 13-20 who work together to plan and lead events and fundraisers. We aim to empower youth to speak up against the mental health stigma and the barriers we face in accessing services. We meet every Thursday, with free transportation provided and we also always have lots of healthy snacks as well as pizza!

Peer Support is a secondary group that we are launching in the Fall of 2019. This group is not an advocacy group, but rather a youth group aimed at building resilience in youth aged 12-18 by supporting healthy peer-to-peer relationships. We have modeled the group after the Centre of Excellence’s 9 Pillars of Youth Peer Support. This modality of service delivery has been developed by youth and community experts and is backed up by research which demonstrates the impact peer relationships can have on a youth’s mental health and overall wellbeing.

 

Volunteer Centre of St. Lawrence Rideau 

Phone: 613-498-2111 ext.226

Website: http://volunteercentre.ca/

 

The Volunteer Centre of St. Lawrence-Rideau has supported volunteerism in local nonā€profits throughout Leeds Grenville for over 38 years. We foster and facilitate personal and community well-being thorough citizen inclusion and participation.

Our Mission: “Fostering excellence and leadership in volunteerism through programs, services and support.”

Our Vision: “A vibrant, caring community where volunteers enrich lives and people feel connected”

Like all Volunteer Centres across Canada the Volunteer Centre of St. Lawrence-Rideau:            

  • Promotes Volunteerism
  • Builds capacity for effective local volunteering
  • Provides leadership on issues relating to volunteerism
  • Connects people with opportunities to serve

Our programs and services help build Strong Communities by promoting opportunities for people to serve, to feel included as a valued community contributor, and to help better the lives of others.

We support over 30 local non-profits and more than 20 community partners through volunteer program support, referrals, training, recognition, and equipment loans.