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1 The Children s Service Directory February 2011 Compiled by The Chapleau Children s Services Providers Network

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS ABUSE/ASSAULT Anishinaabe Abinoojii Family Services... 5 CHADWIC Home... 5 Ontario Provincial Police... 5 The Children s Aid Society of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin... 5 ADDICTION Turning Point Désicif... 6 CHILD AND FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES Aboriginal Peoples Alliance of Northern Ontario (APANO)... 6 Anishinaabe Abinoojii Family Services... 7 Chapleau Cree First Nation... 7 Child Care Resources... 7 Child Find Ontario... 7 Children s Community Network... 8 Children s Mobile Crisis Program... 8 Infant & Child Development Program... 9 Kids Help Phone... 9 Kunuwanimano Child and Family Services... 9 The Children s Aid Society of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin The Family Centre Brunswick House. 10 Adoption Anishinaabe Abinoojii Family Services. 10 Kunuwanimano Child and Family Services The Children s Aid Society of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin After School Programs Chapleau Child Care Centre de Garde d Enfants Manitoulin-Sudbury District Services board (MSDSB) Child Care Chapleau Best Start Hub (Toy Library) (Sudbury North Best Start Hub) Chapleau Child Care Centre de Garde d Enfants...11 Child Care Resources...12 Manitoulin-Sudbury District Services board (MSDSB)...12 Counselling Child & Family Centre...12 Turning Point Décisif...13 Developmental and Physical Disabilities Services / Speech and Language Services Children s Community Network...13 Children s Treatment Centre...13 Healthy Babies, Healthy Children...14 Infant and Child Development Program...14 Learning Disabilities Association of Sudbury...14 Services de santé de Chapleau Health Services...15 Food, Nutrition and Clothing Chapleau Best Start Hub...15 Meals of Hope...15 St-John s Second Hand Store...15 Resources for parents Chapleau Best Start Hub...16 Chapleau Child Care Centre de Garde d Enfants...16 FormationPLUS...16 CHURCHES AND FAITH GROUPS Chapleau Pentecostal Church...16 Community Bible Chapel...16 KINGDOM Hall of Jehovah s Witnesses...16 Sacred Heart Catholic Church...17 St.John s Anglican Church...17 Trinity United Church...17 Wildwood Bible Camp...18

3 CLUBS Chapleau Figure Skating Club Chapleau Gymnastics Club Chapleau Minor Hockey Chapleau Ski Club Chapleau Soccer League Ontario Women s Hockey Association. 18 EDUCATION/ LITERACY Chapleau Best Start Hub Chapleau High School Chapleau Learning Centre Chapleau Public School École Sacré-Cœur École secondaire catholique Trillium FormationPLUS Our Lady of Fatima School FIRST NATIONS Aboriginal Peoples Alliance of Northern Ontario (APANO) Anishinaabe Abinoojii Family Services. 20 Chapleau Cree First Nation Kunuwanimano Child and Family Services The Family Centre Brunswick House. 20 HEALTH/HEALTH AND SAFETY AGENGIES Physicians and Dentist Dr. Jim Shearer Dr. John Taylor Services de santé de Chapleau Health Services...21 The Chapleau and District Family Health Team...21 Hospitals/Medical Clinics Chapleau Cree First Nation Health Center...21 Chapleau Diabetes Education...22 Registered Dietitian Services...22 Services de santé de Chapleau Health Services...23 Sudbury & District Health Unit...23 Telehealth Ontario...23 The Chapleau and District Family Health Team...23 HOUSING SERVICES AND EMERGENCY SHELTERS CHADWIC Home...23 Kunuwanimano Child and Family Services...23 Manitoulin-Sudbury District Services Board (MSDSB)...24 The Children s Aid Society of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin...24 RECREATION Chapleau Recreation Centre...24 Clubs...24 ONLINE SUPPORT / APPUI EN LIGNE About Kids Health About Parenting ADHD Autism ONTARIO / Autisme ONTARIO Birth Disorder Information Directory CADDAC Canadian Institute of Child Health / Institut canadien de la santé infantile Canadian National Institute for the Blind / Institut national canadien pour les aveugles Canadian Pediatric Society / Société canadienne de pédiatrie... 27

4 Caring for Kids / Soins de nos enfants Chapleau Community Portal Children s Mental Health Ontario / Santé mentale pour enfants Ontario Children s Wish Foundation / Rêves d enfants Easter Seals /Timbres de Pâques e-parenting Network / Réseau des parents branchés Epilepsy Ontario Families of Spinal Muscular Atrophy Canada / Famille d amyotrophie spinale du Canada First Signs First Words / Premiers mots FrancoChapleau Geneva Centre for Autism Growing Healthy Kids Information / Grandir en santé au Canada Hope Air Kids Help Phone / Jeunesse, J écoute Kids Health Language Express MedicAlert Canada MedlinePlus More for kids / Plus pour les enfants My Sudbury Ontario Early Years Centre / Centre de la Petite enfance RéSO Respite Services Sick Kids Special Services at Home Program / Services particuliers à domicile Sudbury & District Health Unit / Service de santé publique de Sudbury et du district Triple P Positive Parenting Program WebMD Health

5 ABUSE / ASSAULT Anishinaabe Abinoojii Family Services 3 Birch Street E Chapleau, Ontario P0M 1K0 Phone: Fax: Contact: Brenda Armstrong Head Office: Wauzhushk Onigum Nation KENORA, ON Our mission is to protect children and to heal and strengthen families through the provision of holistic, bi-cultural services that respect our Anishinaabe heritage, and that honours our values, custom and traditions of our people. CHADWIC Home P.O. Box 1580 Wawa, ON P0S 1K0 Support Line: Phone: Fax: Website: Hours of Operation: Open 24 hours, seven days a week A shelter that provides safe, confidential accommodation for any woman 16 years of age and over, including her children, who: fears for her safety or the safety of her children, has experienced any form of abuse, or is experiencing a housing crisis. Emergency transportation available to Wawa A drop in service is also available for women who wish to access support, information, or referrals. Children services include: providing programs and activities that meet the safety, emotional and educational needs of the children. Outreach/transitional support services, available weekly in Chapleau for any woman who requires information or support. Whether they are in an abusive relationship or not available to women who do not wish to or cannot come to CHADWIC Home. It is not necessary to reside at the shelter to access the services. Ontario Provincial Police 24 Hour Service Telephone Only (toll free) General inquiries Business Hours Wawa Website: The Children s Aid Society of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin 31 Birch Street Phone: Fax: Website: Emergency after hours: (toll free) Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 4:30 Summer hours: 8:30 to 4:00 5

6 Children in Care Provide family support and liaise with community service providers. Ensure safety of children under 16 years of age. ADDICTION Provides housing opportunities and support services to assist individuals with a history of serious and persistent mental illness to secure and maintain permanent, safe, affordable and high standard housing -The program services the residents of Chapleau, Sultan, Pineal Lake, Island Lake, Foleyet, and Gogama. Turning Point Décisif 8 Lorne Street Phone: Fax: Website: Adults (16 and over) may access crisis intervention services during normal business hours. After hours crisis intervention is available by Turning Point staff at the Chapleau General Hospital weekly from 4:30 p.m. to midnight, and from noon to midnight on weekends and statutory holidays. Mental Health services to adults 16 years of age and over Identification and prevention to the support of the chronically mentally ill Psychiatric consultation and assessment services are made possible through an Agreement of Service between Services de Santé de Chapleau Health Services and the University of Ottawa Francophone Psychiatry Program. Also available in telepsychiatry consultation Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP): counselling and therapy to children, youth and families Addiction services to youth and adults Public education regarding mental health and the prevention of mental illness in the community Turning Point receives referrals from physicians, social services and self-referrals CHILD AND FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES Aboriginal Peoples Alliance of Northern Ontario (APANO) 8 Lorne Street N P.O. Box 1210 Phone: Fax: Website: Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 4:30 Long Term Care Worker Provides services/activities to elders, socialization, reduces isolation, support, referrals, security check, etc. Community Wellness Worker Provides peer counselling, advocacy, referrals, liaison, assists in filling out forms, individual and family work. Aboriginal Healthy Babies Healthy Children Program Services to moms and children 0-6, home visits, support, referrals, advocacy, etc. Emphasizes Aboriginal approaches to programming. Program Components: - Preparing for parenting and care giving 6

7 - Prenatal Support - Postpartum Support - Assessing strengths and identifying needs Aboriginal Family Support Worker Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 4:30 Provide support to children 0-6 and their families through provision of holistic, healing and prevention services. Work in collaboration with other health and social services programs, partnering and sitting on committees. Anishinaabe Abinoojii Family Services See page 5 Chapleau Cree First Nation Fox Lake Reserve P.O Box 400 Phone: Fax: Contact: Colette Fournier Hours of operation: Monday to Friday from 8:00 to 5:00 Computer access Monday Wednesday from 8:30 to 4:30 The Community Access Program is a government funded initiative, providing free public computer and Internet access and training. Education membership. Child Care Resources 662 Falconbridge Road Sudbury, ON P3A 4S4 Phone: Fax: Executive Director: Lois Mahon Web: Director of Central Services: Lynne Philion Phone: Toll Free: Fax: Web: This organization supports children, parents, child care staff and child care board of directors in the Sudbury-Manitoulin riding. The services include: Child Care information Training for childcare boards Support for integration of children with special needs Ontario Early Years Centre Preschool Autism Program Special Needs Resourcing Residential Program School Support Program A specialty trained team of professionals work with children, parents and child care centers and community agencies to assist with the successful integration of all children into child care programs. Referrals are accepted from parents, community agencies and physicians. Child Find Ontario 440A Brittania Road E Mississauga, ON L4Z 1X9 Phone: (905) Fax: (905) Toll Free: (for sighting or case information) 7

8 Toll Free: KID-TIPS ( ) (For all other inquiries) Executive Director: John Durant Web: Child Find Ontario gives hope and support to families by helping them protect their children and find them if they go missing. Child Find works closely with law enforcement agencies, social service agencies, lawyers and corporate partners on behalf of missing children and their families. Child Find Ontario has been endorsed by the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police and is recognized by the RCMP/National Missing Children Services. The following services are provided free of charge by Child Find Ontario: search and Recovery Programs such as ongoing communication and support provided to the families, qualified case managers who assist investigating officers and families, national, confidential toll free line 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and so on. Education and Prevention Programs such as KidCheck Finger Printing and Safety information Clinics, Safety Information Program and many others. Children s Community Network (CCN) 18 Birch Street E P.O. Box 728 Phone: Ext 222 Toll Free: Fax : Contact: Doriane Jones The Children s Community Network (CCN) is an agency funded by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services (MCYS), CCN provides: - Coordination information - Single point of access for children and families in the Sudbury and Manitoulin Districts who use services funded by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services. - Service coordination for children with complex needs who require multiple services. - Case resolution service for children whose needs are not being adequately met by the local system of children s services. CCN serves as the central point for information about programs and service offered by Ministry of Children and Youth Services (MCYS) funded children s services and other programs for children and families available in the communities. CCN is the central access (intake) point for most of the services and programs for children and families in the Sudbury and Manitoulin Districts. - Infant Development Program - Children s Treatment Centre services - Resource Consultant - Children Mental Health 0-18 years old - Respite Services - Triple-P Level access to parenting program Children s Mobile Crisis Program 700 Paris Street Sudbury, ON P3E 3B5 Phone: Fax : Toll Free: Hours of operation: 24 Hours/Day and 7 Days a week The Children s Mobile Crisis Program is a community based service provided in partnership by the Child & Family Centre and the Hôpital régional de Sudbury Regional Hospital, crisis intervention program. 8

9 The children s Mobile Crisis Program is a 24 hour/ 7 days a week crisis service for children and youth under age 18years. nurseries or community agencies, providing it is made with the prior knowledge of the family. Triple-P Level 3 Primary Care Stepping Stones Infant & Child Development Program 41 Ramsey Lake Road Sudbury, ON P3E 5J1 Phone: Fax: Supervisor: Pierrette Lefebvre 18 Birch Street East P.O. Box 728 Contact: Mindy Maxwell Phone: Ext 226 Fax: Infant & Child development provides early intervention for children newborn to age 5 who have a developmental delay or who are at risk for delayed development. This program is funded by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services and administered by the Hôpital régional de Sudbury Regional Hospital. THERE IS NO COST FOR THE SERVICE TO PARENTS. Services are provided within the home and include: Evaluating the child s development and family needs; Setting goals and introducing activities to encourage the development of the child s physical, social, and intellectual skills; Supporting the family and providing guidance regarding child development and parenting skills; Assisting the families in accessing community services. Other: Referrals can come from any source; parent, physician, public health nurse, neonatal Kids Help Phone Toll Free : (Kids) Toll Free : (Parents) Web: We re Canada s only toll-free 24-hours, bilingual and anonymous phone counselling, referral and internet service for children and youth (as well as parents). Every day, professional counsellors provide immediate, caring support to young people in urban and rural communities across the country. The service is completely anonymous and confidential we don t trace calls, we don t use call display. You don t even have to tell us your name if you don t want to. Calling Kids Help Phone or posting an online question is free for young people across Canada. Kunuwanimano Child and Family Services 119 Pine Street S, Suite 210 Timmins, ON P4N 2K3 Phone: Fax: Toll Free: Services available in English Cree Kunuwanimano s objective is to enhance and strengthen the well being of children and families by providing the following services in a manner that recognizes their culture and traditions: -Liaising with other agencies to enhance current services. 9

10 -Providing guidance, advocacy, counselling and support as requested as well as -Providing appropriate services to children and families that recognize their culture. -Promoting awareness on issues related to Child Welfare and to advocate on behalf of our people. -Assisting individuals who request support with repatriation issues. -Increase the number of aboriginal foster homes to accommodate the needs of children. -Obtain society status as defined in the Child & Family Services Act. Family Support Worker Program is offered to the majority of our catchment communities. The main focus is to strengthen the family unit. It is believed that by addressing the social, cultural, educational and recreational needs of our children and their families, then the health and well being of our communities will be enhanced through: -Counselling -Advocacy and Referrals -Workshops / Education on various issues -Cultural Awareness Activities -Parenting Programs (specialized course in Native Positive Parenting, Magic etc.) - I am Special Sexual Abuse Prevention Program The Children s Aid Society of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin See page 5 The Family Centre Brunswick House P.O. Box 1178 Phone: or 0174 Fax: Hours of Operation: Monday Thursday From 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. This is a family service for members of Brunswick House. It is geared to children 0 to 6 years of age. Program involves crafts, snacks, songs and stories. This is an Interactive program for parents and children together. ADOPTION Anishinaabe Abinoojii Family Services See page 5 Kunuwanimano Child and Family Services See page 9 The Children s Aid Society of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin See page 5 AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS Chapleau Child Care Centre de Garde d Enfants See page 11 Manitoulin-Sudbury District Services Board (MSDSB) See page 12 CHILD CARE Chapleau Best Start Hub (Toy Library) (Sudbury North Best Start Hub) 28 Golf Course Road P.O. Box

11 Supervisor: Trish Hamill Phone: Fax: Hours of Operation: Monday 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., 1 to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., 1 to 3:30 p.m., Wednesday 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., 1 to 3:30 p.m. 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., 1 to 3:30 p.m., Friday 9:30 11:30 a.m. Closed Friday afternoons Saturday 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. 1 to 3 p.m. The Best Start Program : The Best Start is about organizing resources across a community so that young children are offered the opportunity for healthy development and the Best Start in life. The Chapleau Best Start Hub is committed to supporting families in its community. Our goal is to enhance families strengths, promote healthy development, respect diversity and further community development. Programs and Services offered by the Chapleau Best Start Hub : -Daily drop in service -Parenting workshops -School based programs -Early learning programs -Community events -Outreach services -Resource Room -Referrals to specialized services Phone: Fax: Main Site 28 Golf Course Road Hours/Days of operation: Monday to Friday From 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Licensed Child Care Programs: Infant Child Care Program (for infants from birth to 18 months of age) Toddler Child Care Program (for toddlers from 18 to 30 months of age) Preschool Child Care Program (for preschoolers from 31 months to 5 years of age) School Age Program (For children from 6 to 12 years of age- this program operates before and after school during the school year and on a full day basis for P.D Days, March Break and summer months.) Satellite Site 14 Strathcona Street Phone: Fax: Contact main site for registration purposes Services available in Hours/Days of operation: Monday to Friday From 7:30a.m. to 5:30p.m. Chapleau Child Care Centre de Garde d Enfants Head Office P.O Box Golf Course Road Chapleau, Ontario P0M 1K0 Licensed Child Care Programs: Toddler Child Care Program (for toddlers from 18 to 30 months of age) Preschool Child Care Program (for preschoolers from 31 months to 5 years of age) 11

12 School age Program (for children from 6 to 12 years of age this program operates before and after school during the school year and on a full day for P.D days, March Break and summer months). Child Care Resources See page 7 Manitoulin-Sudbury District Services Board (MSDSB) Satellite Office 34 Birch Street (Side entrance) P.O. Box 1299 Tel: Toll Free: (877) Fax: Web: Case Manager: Tara O Hearn-St.Amand Intake Worker: Nicole Daigle-Hamilton Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30pm, closed for lunch from 12:00 to 1:00p.m. Ontario Works providing the help needed with employment and financial assistance while you take the steps necessary to get a job. Children s Services provides subsidies to parents in need who are working or engaged in a training or employment activity or for children with a demonstrated special need. Recreation Bursaries provide recreation subsidies for children from low-income families to participate in activities such as sports, school activities and clubs. Social Housing Providing clean, safe and affordable housing to residents requiring rent subsidized housing. Healthy Communities Fund If you are a low income individual threatened by homelessness, you can apply to the MSDSB to help you retain your current accommodation or assist you in moving off the streets into emergency or permanent housing. Resource Centre use of the internet, fax machine and photocopier, updated job boards for Northern Ontario, use of phone for job searching, resources and information available on other agencies in our area. COUNSELLING Child & Family Centre Main Office 62 Frood Road, Suite 100 Sudbury, ON P3C 4Z3 Phone: Fax: Website : Chapleau Site 18 Birch Street Phone: Fax: Website : Services available in English Our vision to have healthy children and families in a responsive, culturally sensitive and caring community. Our mission is to provide and advocate for a continuum of mental health services for children and their families with a focus on treatment, prevention and promotion. Provides assistance to children and families who are faced with social, emotional, or behavioural struggles they cannot resolve themselves. 12

13 Services offered in English, & Native, cultural context, other languages are provided with support of interpreters. Recognize that every situation is special and all of our programs and services are designed to respond to the expectations of our clients while respecting their culture and language. Counselling staff work directly with child and families, encouraging their active participation in making decisions about the services they will receive. To access the Children s Mobile Crisis Program call HRSRH Crisis Intervention program at To access all other Child and Family Centre Programs (listed below), parents and children over 12 years can call the Children s Community Network at Offers many programs and services including: -Child and Family Intervention -Children s Mobile Crisis Program -Early Years Mental Health 0-6 -Intensive Child and Family Intervention -Triple-P Level 3 Primary Care - Case management Turning Point Décisif See page 6 DEVELOPMENTAL AND PHYSICAL DISABILITIES SERVICES Children s Community Network (CCN) See page 8 Children s Treatment Centre 41 Ramsey Lake Road Sudbury, ON P3E 5J1 Phone: Fax: Website: Local contact: Doriane Jones Phone: , extension 222 The following therapies are offered by l Hôpital régional de Sudbury Regional Hospital s Children s Treatment Centre: occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech, language therapy, social work, Assistive Communication Clinic and Seating Clinic. The Occupational therapist assesses a child s level of function and independence in the following areas: -Fine motor skills (use of hands and arms) -Visual-perceptual skills -Printing and cursive writing -Play skills -Cognitive skills -Sensory integration -Self-care skills: dressing, bathing, feeding, toileting) Special adapted equipment, treatment programs and splints may be recommended as required. The physiotherapist assesses the child s gross motor and mobility skills. Movements of individual joints and muscles, as well as overall movement patterns are observed including balance, strength and coordination. Equipment needs, that may optimize function, are addressed as appropriate. The speech language pathologist assesses and treats communication and swallowing. This may include speech sound production, voice, stuttering, language and augmentative communication The assistive Communication Clinic assesses children who need alternative methods of communication such as a communication book and / or voice output device to supplement their speech. The clinic team also assesses children who need a word processor (i.e. computer system), adaptive hardware and /or software to support their written output. 13

14 Healthy Babies, Healthy Children Contact: Tawnya Parry RN Phone: Contact: Tawnya Parry RN Téléphone : Courriel : What is the Healthy Babies, Healthy Children Program? - It is a home visiting program for pregnant women and parents of children under six years of age. - The visits are done in your home or where you feel comfortable. - You can begin and end the program at any time. - The program is free and completely confidential. - A referral is not required. What does this program do? - Provides parents with advice and support about pregnancy and parenting. - Helps parents provide young children with a healthy start in life. - Links families with helpful support services in the community. How does it work? - A public health nurse and family home visitor work closely to meet your need. A public health nurse will: - answer your pregnancy or parenting questions - put you in touch with community resources - work with a family home visitor to identify what you want to learn - monitor your child for healthy growth and development - offer breastfeeding support A family home visitor is an experienced parent who will: - answer your questions about pregnancy and caring for children - give you tips on parenting and your child s development - provide extra support and encouragement during difficult times - put you in touch with other community agencies that can help you How Do I sign up? - Call your local office of the Sudbury & District Health Unit. (705) Infant and Child Development Program See page 9 Learning Disabilities Association of Sudbury P.O. Box 21038, Plaza 69 Sudbury, ON P3E 6G6 Phone: Fax: Web: Hours of Operation: Monday to Thursday from 9:00 to 5:00 (Will see parents anytime at their convenience) Services available in English (limited) One-on-one support to parents, guardians of students with LD to assist them in navigating the educational system and in developing advocacy skills. Personalized information and support to individuals with learning disabilities. Resource library of LD kids for parents and teachers, literature and advocacy supports available from our office. Advice on assistive technology available to individuals with LD. Extensive and current collection of books and videos on learning disabilities offered in partnership with the Greater Sudbury Public Library check out the Learning Disability Section at the MacKenzie Street. This lab has two computers loaded with the latest assistive 14

15 technology software to assist individuals with learning disabilities. These computers will operate Kurzweil Read and Scan, Dragon Naturally Speaking and Inspiration Software. Information workshops, presentation and our Speaker Series with special guests who provide informative and interesting dialogues. Quarterly newsletter Working Together for Rising Stars and information bulletins. Representation on School Board Special Education Advisory Committees (SEAC) for Chapleau. Will send out information packages, have phone consultations, and direct clients to accessible resources through the library systems or internet. Clients may attend our office as well. Services de santé de Chapleau Health Services 6 Broomhead Road P.O. Box 757 Phone: Fax: Emergency: Emergency Department 24 Hour Diagnostic Imaging Services 24 Hour Laboratory Services Oncology Clinic (Chemotherapy treatments) Telemedicine Visiting Pediatrics Specialty Clinics Visiting Audiology Specialty Clinics Nutrition Counselling and Diabetes Education Physiotherapy Services (Wednesdays) Occupational Therapy (Position Vacant) Foot Care Clinic Bignucolo Residence Long-Term Care Facility Turning Point Mental Health Clinic Community Services, i.e. Meals on Wheels, Friendly Visiting, Home Support, Life Line Supported Independent Living Program Developmental Services Seniors Apartment Complex Cedar Grove Foleyet Nursing Station Well Women s Clinics FOOD, NUTRITION AND CLOTHING Chapleau Best Start Hub See Page 10 Meals of Hope Chapleau Pentecostal Church P.O. Box 1147 Contact: Pastor Dan Lee Phone: Information available Every third Monday of each month from 11:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. a hearty lunch meal will be served at the Chapleau Pentecostal Church. A food bank and clothing will be available to help where there is a need. These meals; clothes and take home groceries are intended for any family or individuals in the community that could use a helping hand. There is absolutely no obligation except to enjoy and be blessed. Please be aware that there is information available but the program itself is conducted in English. St-John s Second Hand Store 6 Pine Street Contact: Verna Serre/ Goldie Morris Hours of Operation: Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 15

16 From 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Children s second hand clothing (infancy to adult). Some equipment: high chairs, baby baths, toys. Furniture, books, appliances, etc. RESOURCES FOR PARENTS Chapleau Best Start Hub See Page 10 Chapleau Child Care Center de Garde d Enfants See Page 11 FormationPLUS See Page 20 CHURCHES AND FAITH GROUPS Chapleau Pentecostal Church 9 Elm Street P.O. box 1147 Contact: Pastor Dan Lee Phone: Hours of Operation: See Services Information available 11:30 a.m. morning worship (family oriented)* Children s Program ages 1-7 Wednesday 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Family night Ages 1-13 * Friends of Jesus Program Ages 14 + bible study Christian Library Books and Videos Vacation Bible School First Full week in August (runs Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Radio Station 92.7 (CHIM) Please be aware that there is information available but the programs themselves are conducted in English. Community Bible Chapel 117 King Street P.O. Box 877 Contact: Al Tremblay & Jean Guy Belair Phone: (Al Tremblay) (Jean Guy Belair) Information available Family Bible hour at 11:00 a.m. on Sundays. Boys Club held at the Chapleau Public School from the first Monday after Thanksgiving until the end of March Grades 4-7 at 6:30 p.m. on Mondays, Grade 8 and up at 8:00 p.m. on Mondays. Girls Club held at the Community Bible Chapel - Monday from the first Monday after Thanksgiving until the end of March. Hours from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Youth Group KINGDOM Hall of Jehovah s Witnesses 106 Queen Street S P.O. Box

17 Elders: Robin Frazer, George Degram, Tim Holmes Hours of Operation See Services Admission Free- No Collection Taken Sunday at 10:00 a.m. Public Talk 10:35am Study of the Bible with the use of the Watchtower Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. Book Study Thursday at 7:00 p.m. Theocratic Ministry School - Service Meeting A Bible Study can be arranged at a time and place convenient for you. Most study in the privacy of their own home. Some even study over the telephone. The Study Program is a private arrangement tailored to your personal circumstances, including your level of knowledge and education. A Bible Study is offered free of Charge to people of all religions, and to those who practice no religion, but are sincerely interested in increasing their knowledge of God s Word. Sacred Heart Catholic Church 21 Lansdowne Street N P.O. Box 490 Parish Priest: Sébastien Groleau Phone: Fax: Hours of Operation: Pastoral services are 24/7 (includes sacrament of the sick, funerals, marriages, baptisms, etc.) Office hours: Monday to Thursday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Besides sacramental and pastoral services, we also provide help in meeting with other needs such as: Emergency Food Donations (non-perishable) contact either the rectory at or Gloria Demers at Financial Aid to children needing medical care in or out of town in form of travel funds. At Christmas time, boxes of groceries and toys delivered to needy families (confidential service). St.John s Anglican Church 4 Pine Street W Contact: Goldie Morris Phone: Hours of operation: See Services Information available Sunday Service at 10:30 a.m. Monthly Holy Eucharist Trinity United Church Beech Street E P.O. Box 786 Chapleau, ON P0M1K0 Minister: Anna Chikoski Phone: / Web site: Hours of Operation: See Services Sunday School is held on Sundays at 11:00 a.m. Youth activities: movie night, sleepovers, outdoor activities, get-togethers, as we plan them. 17

18 Wildwood Bible Camp Mailing Adress : 50 Watson Lane RR#3 Utterson, ON P0B 1M0 Mailing Adress: Summer Box 877, Chapleau,ON P0M 1K0 Phone: September to June June 21- August Located 35 Km west of Chapleau on Highway 101 West Website: Information available A non-profit, non-denominational camp for children between the ages of 7 and 15. Facilities include: a waterfront with a slide, diving tower, diving board, canoes, sailboats, paddle boats. Ball diamond, basketball courts, horseshoes, sauna, craft shop and more. Youth camp ages 16+ Family camp Chapleau Minor Hockey Hockey for boys and girls Ages 3-18 Contact: Michel Sylvestre Phone: Chapleau Ski Club 274 Martel Road Contact: Raymond Portelance Phone: Chapleau Soccer League Contact : Natalie Tessier Phone: Ontario Women s Hockey Association Hockey for girls Ages: 9-18 Contact: Marianne Leach Phone: CLUBS EDUCATION / LITERACY Chapleau Figure Skating Club Canskate begins at age 3 Contact: Ann Morin Phone: Chapleau Gymnastics Club Contact: Gail Bignucolo Phone: Chapleau Best Start Hub See Page 10 Chapleau High School 20 Teak Street, P.O. Box 880 Principal: Ross Hryhorchuk Phone: Fax:

19 Hours of operation: Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Information available English public high school for grade 9 through grade 12 Extra-Curricular activities include: badminton, soccer, basketball, volleyball, a yearly play, a running club, a fitness club, and student council. Chapleau Learning Centre 24 Pine Street Program Manager: Marilyne Doyle Phone: Hours of Operation: Monday to Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Literacy and Basic Skills Academic and Career Entrance Grade 12 Equivalency with Northern College. Chapleau Public School 24 Pine Street P.O. Box 700 Principal: Lorrie Morley Phone: Fax: Hours of Operation: Monday Friday from 8:45 a.m. to 11:55 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. Information available English public elementary school for kindergarten through grade 8 Extra-Curricular activities include: volley ball, soccer, free throw, jump rope for heart, track and field, carnival, skating, nature club, visits to toy library, Breakfast for Learning. École Sacré-Cœur 14 Strathcona Street Principal: Rosanne Turcotte Phone: Fax: Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday from 8:50 a.m. - 3:10 p.m. Services available in Information available English catholic elementary school for kindergarten through grade 6 Extra-Curricular activities include: volley ball, soccer, free throw, and jump rope for heart, track and field, carnival, skating, skiing, weekly pizza day, daily milk program, Christmas lunch, family barbecue in June, and more. École secondaire catholique Trillium 9 Broomhead Road P.O. Box 220 Principal: Stéphane Picard Phone: Fax: Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday From 8:45 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 19

20 Services available in Information available English English catholic high school for grade 7 through grade 12 Extra-Curricular activities include: soccer, badminton, basketball, volleyball, hockey, theatre group, improvisation comedy, year book club, student council, and school dances. FormationPLUS 69 Birch Street E Coordinator: Lilianne St-Martin Phone: Fax: Web: Hours of operation: Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Reading circle and homework club. This program is offered to students in 3 rd to 6 th grade of Sacred Heart School. The goal is to foster reading and give support for homework. This program is offered in the month of October till the end of April. Site for Librairie du Centre. We sell books, games and software in. The mini-library is open all year. Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) and Access / Careers / Education (ACE) Programs are usually offered to people aged 19 years or more, but with the consent of local high school, we can help young people aged between 16 and 19 years. These programs offer courses in, Math, computers, science (biology, physics and chemistry), and preparation for employment. This program is offered from September-June. Our Lady of Fatima School 14 Strathcona Street P.O. Box 310 Principal: Maria Salazar Phone: Fax: Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday From 8:50 a.m. to 3:10 p.m. Information available English catholic elementary school for kindergarten through grade 8 Extra-Curricular Activities include: basketball, volleyball, hot dog days, jump rope for heart, barbecues, bake sales, special draws, weekly pizza day, rock-a-thon, carnival activities, Christmas concert, talent show, and Thanksgiving meal & breakfast for all kids. FIRST NATIONS Aboriginal Peoples Alliance of Northern Ontario (APANO) See Page 6 Anishinaabe Abinoojii Family Services See Page 5 Chapleau Cree First Nation See Page 7 Kunuwanimano Child and Family Services See page 9 The Family Centre Brunswick House See page 10 20

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