Child Clinical Call-In Therapy Clinic Available
Starting March 31st, 2020 the Walk-in Therapy Clinic will be a Call-In Therapy Clinic available to children, youth and their families during measures to address the Covid-19 andemic.
Simply call this new dedicated phone line 519-410-1502 on Tuesdays between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. to start a 55 minute phone therapy session with one of our Child Clinical Therapists.
- Call-in Therapy can assist to come up with ideas to address a concern or different ways of thinking about things that helps. With your permission you will receive a Conversation Summary highlighting the key points discussed and ideas to practice.
- This service is Free
- Prior to calling please try to find a private and quiet location from which to speak.
Please note: This is not a crisis service. If you or someone you know up to 18 years old and their families/caregivers is experiencing a crisis please call the Child & Youth Crisis Service at 1-866-327-3224 to assist with receive immediate telephone support.
Important message about changes to our services due to the COVID-19 Pandemic
H-N REACH is committed to protecting the health and safety of our service participants, employees and communities.
In an effort to slow the transmission of COVID-19 across our communities, we are now taking the following precautions:
- All agency work sites will be closed to the public.
- H-N REACH programs will not be providing any face-to-face services.
- We will provide support and appointments to service participants by telephone and video.
- Our Child and Youth Crisis Service continues to be available via phone.
All of the above measures will be in effect until further notice.
If you have questions, please feel welcome to give us a call at 1-800-265-8087.
This can be a worrisome time, especially for children and youth. If they need someone to talk to, remember our Child and Youth Crisis Service is here.
Together let’s all do our part to minimize the spread of COVID-19 in our community.
Important Notice About Coronavirus (COVID-19) Program Closures
The following Haldimand-Norfolk REACH locations and programming are closed:
March 14, 2020 until further notice
- All EarlyON Child and Family Centres
- Licensed Child Care Programs (McKinnon Park Child Care Centre, Ready Set School)
- Licensed before and after school programs
Thank you for your feedback!
H-N REACH surveys our community partners every 2 years to hear about how we are doing and to gather their input on areas of future focus.
The following is a summary of what we heard and some of the actions we are taking in response.
- Our partners want to learn more about our services.
In the upcoming year we are engaging in many activities to help our community and partners know more about us.
This initiative is supported through Community Living Ontario, Six Nations Community Living, Haldimand Community Living, Community Living Access, Haldimand-Norfolk REACH, Norfolk Association for Community Living and is supported with Grand Erie District School Board and Brant Haldimand Catholic School Board.
Check out the link here to view their video.
Haldimand-Norfolk REACH Newsletter
View the current edition of the REACHING OUT Newsletter here!
Recognizing Our Award Winners
In 1992 the H-N REACH Merit Award was established. Through this annual award, Haldimand-Norfolk REACH recognizes members of our community who have made a significant contribution to children/youth and/or children/youth services in the Haldimand and Norfolk communities. Nominations for the Award are collected by the Agency staff and the recipients are selected by the Board of Directors.
The Haldimand-Norfolk REACH Merit Award was presented to two individuals at our 38th Annual General Meeting held at The Greens at Renton in Simcoe on September 26, 2019 and the Board of Directors of Haldimand-Norfolk REACH elected to acknowledge their incredible community work.
Jessica MacLean was the first recipient of the Merit Award. Jessica organizes and provides dedicated support to Lakewood Elementary School healthy snack program run through the H-N REACH Child Nutrition Network. The program supports 540 Lakewood Elementary students with healthy snack options. Congratulations Jessica.
Jean Montgomery was the second recipient of the Merit Award. Jean has been committed to the Suicide Prevention Network for approximately 17 years and trained many people in Haldimand and Norfolk ensuring there is a caring community for those experiencing suicidal thoughts. Jean has founded initiatives, worked on committees, sat on Boards and volunteered in many capacities in Haldimand and Norfolk. Congratulations Jean.
as we have employees with severe sensitivities.
© 2020 Haldimand-Norfolk REACH