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Archdiocese of Kingston
Visit the web-site to learn more about the ongoing activities within the diocese, and to access resources and contact information.
Catholic Women's League of Sharbot Lake
- to achieve individual and collective spiritual development
- to promote the teachings of the Catholic church
- to exemplify the Christian ideal in home and family life
- to protect the sanctity of life
- to enhance the role of women in church and society
- to recognize the human dignity of all people everywhere
- to uphold and defend Christian education and values in the modern world
- to contribute to the understanding and growth of religious freedom, social justice, peace and harmony
In the early 1990's the organization changed its name from The North Frontenac Association for the Developmentally Handicapped to Community Living-North Frontenac and the model of community integration and inclusion began to take shape. Combined with supports offered by dedicated employees and a visionary Executive Director and Board of Director's Community Living-North Frontenac was firmly established as an agency that focuses on people first. That model has remained the focus of the organization to this day. In 2000, Community Living moved its main office into the village of Sharbot Lake at Beattie House at 1025 Elizabeth street.
"Our mission is strengthening families, protecting children and youth and promoting their well-being."
"We are committed to trying to keep families in crisis together. Through our support, and linking the family with other community services, the vast majority of the children we see stay in their homes with their parents. When that can’t happen, we look for another family to care for them. This could be the child’s extended family. Or, if that option is not available, a foster family. We make an effort to reunite children with their parents if possible. And in our vision, if a child has to be permanently separated from their parents, then we will do the best we can to find them a permanent home and family through adoption or long-term foster care. Every child in our care will experience a safe and nurturing family. That’s what our vision means."
This guide is for Indigenous people and families. The word “Indigenous” refers to people with First Nations Ancestry. If you have an auntie or uncle or grandparent, great-grandparent, or mother or father who identified as having Inuit, Métis, Indian or Native heritage, then you have First Nations Ancestry. You do not need a status card or membership card to use most of the services in this guide. Some of the services are directed to a specific membership or to Status Indians, in which case, we indicate the service is restricted to Members, or serves only On-Reserve residents. This guide is also a valuable resource for anyone working with Indigenous clients, families, and communities.
The Kingston,, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington Children and Youth Services Planning Committee (CYSPC) is a voluntary association of approximately 50 agencies, organizations and municipalities responsible for the provision of services and supports to children, youth and their families in our area.
Learn more about the Planning Committee by visiting the other public pages of this site.
KFL&A Public Health is a local public health agency with over 200 staff and 150 volunteers who deliver public health programs and services to the people of the KFL&A area. The underlying goal of its services and programs-from immunization, healthy weights, nutritious eating, food safety, raising healthy babies and children, sexual health, tobacco use reduction, and many other public health areas-is to promote and protect the health of the more than 190,000 residents of the Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington area.
Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Public Health works together with our communities to promote and protect the public's health. Our commitment is to provide public health programs and services of the highest quality.
VISION - Empowering kids and youth with special needs to reach their full potential in our community.
MISSION - KidsInclusive, in partnership with families and communities, fosters the potential of children and youth who have physical and/or developmental challenges.
Individuality, dignity and human rights
Maximum independence and quality of life
Collaboration and partnerships
Education and research
Continuous consideration of best practices
Learning Disabilities Association of Kingston
Regional Assessment and Resource Centre - Queen's