Community Partners January, 2017
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Opened on April 7, 2014
ALAS Dufferin believes that all developmentally disabled adults have a
right to be active and visible in their community and that they have
a voice in determining what activities they should participate in.
ALAS Dufferin further believes that all supports necessary in
determining and achieving personal goals must be available to
and/or for each individual in accordance with their needs.
Community Partners September 2016
The Orangeville Wolves hockey program gives children and
adults with special needs the opportunity to be a part of a team,
regardless of gender and ability to skate or play.
The team sent players to 16 tournaments over the years, as far away
as England, British Columbia, and as close as the United States and
Community Partners August 2016
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Alzheimer Society Of Dufferin County
25 Centennial Road, Unit 1
Tel: 519.941.1221 Fax: 59.941.1730
For general inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Behind every person with Alzheimer's disease and related dementia,
there are hundreds of people dedicated to helping.
The Alzheimer Society is the leading not-for-profit health
organization working nationwide to improve the quality of life for
Canadians affected by Alzheimer's disease and related dementias and advance
the search for the cause and cure.
We are located in every province across Canada and
in over 140 local communities.
The Alzheimer's Society of Dufferin County, was established in 1999 and is one
of 38 chapters across Ontario
We are dedicated to providing help for people with Alzheimer's disease and related
dementias and their caregivers. That help comes in many ways.
Community Partners February 2016
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CHOICES Youth Shelter
Orangeville, ON L9W 1V5
Programs and Services
Your support enables CHOICES Youth Shelter to implement and maintain the services
that our homeless youth require:
EMERGENCY SHELTERThe emergency shelter component is vital to the very
basic fundamental need for safety, food and shelter.
Residents can make use of this program for a 30 day residency.
This provides assistance to local youth that are not currently residing at the shelter.
They have access to a mid-day meal, shower, telephone and community referrals.
DAY PROGRAMSLife Skills: This program is offered varied Mondays from 4:30pm to 5:00pm at CHOICES Youth Shelter. This program is important to our residents because many of them come to us lacking the basic day to day skills.
The Food and You Program (NEW!): The food and you program is to assist youth at risk of hunger. This program is to assist youth with shopping health even on a budget. This program will also teach youth where to find help with getting food so they don't go hungry. This program will offer food before and after school hours as well as assisting youth with cooking meals when working with a tight budget. This program comes with 2x$50 gift cards to grocery stores and a food handler certificate and runs Wednesdays from 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Anger Management: This program is offered varied Mondays, from 4:30 to 5:00, at CHOICES Youth Shelter. This program is a vital resource as many of the youth we see have issues dealing with their own anger and often express it in ways that are not always socially acceptable or positive.
Art Therapy: This program is offered every Tuesday from 4:30 to 5:00 at CHOICES Youth Shelter. Art Therapy is an exciting program for CHOICES Youth Shelter; it gives youth a chance to express their feelings through creative art.
FOLLOW UP PROGRAM This program provides past residents with access to our
support after leaving the shelter.
OUTREACH SERVICES This program provides an educational aspect to the shelter programs. We provide guest speakers to community service clubs, youth groups and school classes who can inform the groups about the problems and issues of homelessness. Our goal is to lessen the need for our services by educating the youth and public to healthy alternatives.
Community Partners October 2015
Orangeville Food Bank
25 Centennial Road Unit 5
Orangeville, ON 519.942.0638
Community Partners September 2015
Big Brothers & Sisters of Dufferin
32 First Ave,Orangeville, ON L9W 1H8
Community Partners August 2015
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Ontario SPCA Orangeville & District Branch
650 Riddell Rd Orangeville, ON L9W 5G5
Community Partners June 2015
MENtors - a committee of Family Transition Place
Community Partners April 2015
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Community Living Dufferin