Since 1996, Child & Youth Wellness Centre (CYWC) has been providing quality mental health services to families in Leeds and Grenville. CYWC is a fully accredited, community based, children’s and youth’s mental health centre that is managed by a dedicated volunteer Board of Directors made up of members of our communities.
A regional campaign to raise awareness that food security is a problem in our community.
Working together to build communities in which every child and youth is safe, healthy, valued and lives in family and neighborhood where:
- All children and youth are cared for and safe
- All children are ready for school
- All children and youth are successful at school
- All children and youth are practicing safe and healthy behaviours
- All youth are making successful transitions to adulthood
Explore The Arch is an initiative of the Frontenac Arch Biosphere It is guided in content, form and function by the Biosphere Trails Council-a network of many trails organizations and agencies throughout the Biosphere region. The Biosphere Trails Council is a member organization of the Ontario Trails Council.
Food Matters was established in 2009 in recognition of the need to provide a venue where community agencies and individuals can work on issues related to food security within Leeds, Grenville and surrounding area.
Lanark County Mental Health is a community based mental health Agency serving Lanark County adults and transitional aged youth who experience moderate or severe mental illness.
Working together to make the healthy choice, the easy choice.
Local Flavours is a programme of the Frontenac Arch Biosphere - a non-government, non-profit organization. It is one of Canada's largest local food networks. The programme is open to producers using a variety of production methods ranging from conventional to certified organic. While the listings generally include a mention of producer type, if you have special needs or food sensitivities you can inquire directly with our members about their production methods.
SWITCH is dedicated to improving the environmental and economic sustainability of the Kingston region through promoting development and commercialization of energy efficient and alternative energy technologies, products, processes, and services. SWITCH aims to create a local concentration of industrial, commercial, investment, applied research, and educational activities in the alternative energy sector by providing networking, technical advisory, project facilitation, and informational services to local private and public sector organizations, research and educational institutions, community groups, and individuals
The network of 36 Conservation Authorities, local watershed management agencies that deliver services and programs that protect and manage water and other natural resources in partnership with government, landowners and other organizations. Conservation Authorities promote an integrated watershed approach balancing human, environmental and economic needs. Conservation Authorities are organized on a watershed basis.
Founded in 1993, the Health Communication Unit (THCU) was developed to provide training and support in health communication. In 1997/98, our mandate was expanded to include health promotion planning, evaluation, and policy change. In 2000, it was again expanded to include sustainability.
For over 25 years we have been enabling communities to promote health—in Ontario and beyond. We do this by assisting organizations and individuals, at little or no cost, to develop and implement prevention and health promotion strategies that aim to enhance well-being and reduce demand on the health care and social service systems.
The Ontario Association of Food Banks (OAFB) is a network of over 100 food banks from Windsor to Ottawa, and Thunder Bay to Niagara Falls. Since 1992 we have been committed to reducing hunger across the province.
OHCC was established in 1992 to support local and regional groups, coalitions and networks that are working on Healthy Community initiatives in Ontario.
The Social Planning Network of Ontario (SPNO) is a coalition of social planning councils (SPC), community development councils (CDC), resource centres, and planning committees located in various communities throughout Ontario. Each of the individual organizations has their own mandates but are connected in the cause of effecting change on social policies, conditions, and issues.
Federation of Canadian Municipalities, Green Municipal Fund offers financial services and resources to Canadian municipal governments to improve environmental performance and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The Natural Step is a non profit organization founded with the vision of creating a sustainable society. For two decades, The Natural Step has been at the forefront of international research and dialogue about sustainable development. They have developed a proven, science based model that helps communities and businesses better understand and integrate environmental, social, and economic considerations.