Brockville & Area Community Living Association
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
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 / 1-800-465-7646
CPHC provides comprehensive and flexible support with the goal of improving the health, safety and happiness of our clients. In Leeds & Grenville, programs such as meals on wheels (hot & frozen), foot care, caregiver support and counseling, caregiver information education & training, in-home respite, diners clubs, transportation, friendly visiting, telephone reassurance, support groups, home help / home making, home maintenance & repair, and adult day program are all supported through your donation to United Way.
The focus of our Guthrie House Project includes a service coordinator and system navigator who supports vulnerable people from rural communities within North Leeds to access services that they require in order to meet their needs. A core attribute of our program are volunteers who are recruited and trained to improve health by working with people with complex needs. Services are developed and recruited as required in the community. Examples have included sessions to provide help with income tax, debt counselling, access to hearing and memory clinics. The coordinator supports the Family and Child HUB and its information sharing with Facebook and one to one with families. Guthrie House hosts Ontario Works, Children’s Mental Health and Keys Employment outreach services located rurally that is supported by the United Way position of the service coordinator. In addition, Guthrie House provides a free community space for local groups to meet. The service coordinator “ties all of the parts together” enabling accessible, coordinated services for vulnerable clients living in North Leeds.
Kemptville And District Home Support Inc.
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. These services include, Meals on Wheels, Diners’ Club, Transportation, Friendly Visiting, Telephone checks, Foot Care, Income Tax assistance and Social Activities. KDHSI also makes referrals for home help and home maintenance as well as to other organizations.
North Grenville Accessible Transportation
North Grenville Accessible Transportation was incorporated in 1999 to provide affordable and accessible transportation for citizens, in need of this service, in North Grenville. Our bus is equipped with an hydraulic lift that enables three to four people using wheelchairs (along with their attendants) to travel to and from their destination in a safe and friendly manner.
North Grenville Accessible Transportation continues to work in partnership with existing community services to enhance and expand transportation services in our community, to improve quality of life, and promote community participation for those individuals not able to use conventional transit.
Volunteer Centre of St. Lawrence Rideau
The Mission of the Volunteer Centre of St. Lawrence-Rideau is to foster excellence and leadership in volunteerism through programs, services and support. Throughout our 35 year history the Volunteer Centre of St. Lawrence-Rideau has played a vital role in building community capacity by providing leadership opportunities, training and placement for volunteers in non-profit organizations and creating a sense of belonging and inclusion in the community, for volunteers. We continue to focus on Impacting Strong Communities through Community Engagement by working with volunteers and over 34 local non-profits and organizations.