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|Record #||Organization / Program Name(s)||Address||Office Phone||Description||Hours||My List|
|CDR0103||Bob Rumball Centre for the Deaf||BRCD
2395 Bayview Ave
North York, ON M2L 1A2
|416-449-9651||Offers the following services:
BOB RUMBALL CENTRE FOR THE DEAF (BCRD)
416-449-9651 * TTY 416-449-2728 * fax 416-449-8881
The centre operates a wide variety of programs, some residential and some day programs. Also operates residential housing off-site in several areas around Toronto.
On site services include:
Supportive housing apartments for Deaf and Deaf-blind seniors; day program; literacy programs for Deaf adults; preschool for Deaf children; support program for parents with newly diagnosed infants; Early Years Centre for the local community (including deaf parents and children); and residential and day programs for Deaf adults with complex needs.
Also offers American Sign Language (ASL) classes to the general public of all ages.
BOB RUMBALL ASSOCIATIONS FOR THE DEAF (BRAD)
905-878-4932 * TTY 905-875-4368 * fax 905- 878-4934
Located in the Milton/Halton Hills area. Provides a variety of care and support to deaf children and adults with a variety of needs including troubled youth, developmentally delayed and Deaf plus individuals, youth and adults with behavioral, emotional or psychiatric problems, young offenders and dually diagnosed individuals. Residential and day services.
Also offers American Sign Language classes to residents of Halton and surrounding areas.
RUMBALL (ONTARIO) CAMP OF THE DEAF (OCD)
705-378-2898 * TTY 705-378-0512 * fax 705-378-0380
Interdenominational Christian camp located south of Parry Sound, offering worship programs, spiritual services, counselling and Bible camp.
BOB RUMBALL HOME FOR THE DEAF
Located in Barrie, this 64 bed long-term care home is specially designed for the care of deaf or deaf-blind residents.
Contact Shirley Cassel 705-719-6700
To apply contact your local community care access centre (CCAC)
A rental facility for meetings and small gatherings. All proceeds from the rental of this meeting facility go towards the Ontario Mission for the Deaf (OCD).
416-447-2378 * TTY 416-445-5959 * fax 416-447-7465 * email: email@example.com
|Office Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0157||Kinark Child and Family Services, Syl Apps Youth Centre||475 Iroquois Shore Rd
Oakville, ON L6H 1M3
|905-844-4110||Syl Apps Youth Centre is a 50-bed, co-ed, residential facility for Ontario youth requiring secure treatment, Ontario youth with significant mental health issues who require secure custody/detention and youth wiht Ontario Review Board orders.
SAYC has five residential units or 'cottages' in service currently. The units are staffed by youth workers and a unit supervisor. Youth receive treatment from a clinical staff team of social workers, psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, art and recreation therapists. Youth also access supports from consulting clinicians as well as recreation, chaplaincy and native services. The Halton Board of Education operates an on-site high school for the youth residents in partnership wiht SAYC.
SECURE TREATMENT (under the Child & Family Services Act - CFSA)
Provides secure treatment to youth who are at significant risk to themselves or others. The Secure Treatment program is a provincial resource and as such, youth are admitted through Family Courts from all regions of the province.
SECURE DETENTION AND CUSTODY (under the Youth Criminal Justice Act - YCJA)
Provides secure custody and detention for youth identified with significant mental healht issues. The program is a provincial resource and referrals to the program come through the Youth Justice Services Placement Co-ordination Unit only. It is not possible to sentence or refer directly to the program from Youth Court.
At Syl Apps and throughout Kinark, treatment and rehabilitation interventions are based on the individual strengths and needs of each youth and whenever possible, are done in partnership with families or guardians. Dialectical Behavioural Therapy is in place across the milieu.
To be accepted as a volunteer one must:
Participate in a personal interview to determine mutual compatibility with volunteer role requirements;
Pass a criminal reference check including the vulnerable person sector screening; A driving record check may also be requested if applicable;
Provide a medical certificate completed by a registered physician (Kinark will assist with the cost of the above);
Provide at least two personal references, one of which must be professional, and work, or course of study related, and the other two, personal character;
Be prepared to engage in all training sessions and activities;
Sign and adhere to a confidentiality agreement;
Available for a minimum commitment of two hours per week, for six months.
Syl Apps is licensed by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services and is accredited by Children's Mental Health Ontario (CMHO).
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|MHL0129||Mississauga Halton Community Care Access Centre||401 The West Mall, Ste 1001
Etobicoke, ON M9C 5J5
|905-855-9090||Community Care Access Centres (CCACs) are the local point of access to community-based health care services. CCACs provide access to government-funded in-home health care and community services, and long-term care homes. They also provide information about local community support service agencies and can link people to these agencies. CCAC staff work in partnership with clients, families, care providers, hospitals, long-term care homes and others to ensure that the right care is available at the right time and place.
Co-ordinate in-home services through trusted care providers in the community who have completed a quality review and are under contract to provide services on behalf of the CCAC:
* nursing * personal support (bathing, dressing, etc.) * physiotherapy *occupational therapy * speech-language therapy * social work * nutritional counseling * medical supplies and equipment
Additional support services available in the community such as:
* meal delivery and dining programs * homemaking and home help * caregiver relief * transportation services * community dining * friendly visiting * supportive housing * adult day programs in a supervised protective setting (recreational activities, exercise programs, educational discussions)
Specialized Services may be available for those with specific health needs such as: * acquired brain injury * mental health and addictions * convalescent care * alzheimer’s disease and related dementias * stroke recovery * palliative care
School Health Support Services may be available for children with health needs that impact their ability to learn at school
* physiotherapy * occupational therapy * speech therapy * nursing
Community Clinics may provide care including * IV therapy * wound care * rehabilitation, etc. (referrals made through local CCAC Branch)
Long Term Care Options:
* Retirement Homes – residents maintain personal independence but are provided with light assistance such as meals, laundry and housekeeping. (privately owned and operated)
* Long-Term Care Homes - provide accommodation and services for those who can no longer live independently. * nursing * personal care * on-call physician care * treatment and medication administration * assistance with daily living activities * 24-hr supervision * room and board * laundry * special diets * pastoral services * social and recreation programs. (funded by the Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care)
* Short Stay – a short term stays available at all long-term care homes for caregiver respite or recovery from illness or surgery. (funded by the Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care)
Mississauga-Halton offices are located at:
401 The West Mall, Ste 1001 * Etobicoke, ON * M9C 5J5
12 Martin St * Milton, ON * L9T 2P9
2655 North Sheridan Way, Ste 140 * Mississauga, ON * L5K 2P8
|Office Mon -Sunday 8:30am-9pm
* On Call Case Management 9pm- 8:30am
|CDR0172||Our Place (Peel), Our Place Peel Emergency Youth Shelter, Our Place Peel - Transitional Program||3579 Dixie Rd
Mississauga, ON L4Y 2B3
|*Administration 905 614-1215
*Emergency Youth Shelter 905-238-1383
|14-bed emergency youth shelter provides crisis counseling and referral services within a supportive environment for young people (16-21yrs). The shelter, located in Mississauga, offers assistance by trained staff (Mon-Sun 24 hours).
The average length of stay is three weeks.
The goals of Our Place II are:
* To provide safe shelter and crisis counseling to homeless youth within their community, enabling them to remain close to family, friends, school and employment contacts.
* To facilitate family reconciliation, if feasible.
* To make referrals to ongoing clinical support and necessary counseling.
* To help youth take responsibility for themselves, their actions, behavior and future within a supportive environment.
Provides access to a RESOURCE ROOM offering: Computer and Internet Access; Job Search Support; Job Skills Training and Development; Educational and Future Planning.
The transitional program is located on the lower
level of the Our Place Peel facility at 3579 Dixie Road
• Youth ages 16-21 are eligible to participate in the
• In order to participate in the Transitional Program, youth
must first be referred into the Our Place Peel Emergency
Youth Shelter. Youth within the Emergency Youth Shelter
may then be nominated to the Transitional Program.
• Youth are able to stay in the Transitional Program for up
to 3 months.
• Youth within the Transitional Program participate in
a comprehensive case management program, with
mandatory programs to assist them in developing all
aspects of their life.
• Youth within the Transitional Program may be asked to
pay rent based upon their income.
• There are 6 beds in the Transitional Program. Youth within
the program share a room with one other resident.
• The Transitional Program is a co-operative living
environment and all residents within the program will
participate in various chores.
• The Transitional Program is a zero
|* Office Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
* Youth shelter Mon -Sun 24 hours
Transitional Hours Mon - Fri 9am to 4pm
|CDR0051||Peel CAS||6860 Century Ave, West Tower
Mississauga, ON L5N 2W5
|905-363-6131||Peel CAS's mission is to protect children and strengthen families and communities through partnership.
Protects children and youth from physical, sexual and emotional abuse and neglect Investigates child protection concerns for children (under 16yrs)
Provides guidance and counseling, and works with parents and families to help them provide safe and loving environments for their children
Provides care for children and youth and supervises children who are under the care of Peel CAS
Places children for adoption
|Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|