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Name Located Address Phone Description Hours Areas Served Eligibility / Application / Fees
REACH
(HAM1467)
Toronto Downtown 563 Dundas St E Suite 201
Toronto ON M5A 2B7
416-503-0088
Provides essential, barrier-free, support services that connect children and youth with disabilities, to inclusive recreation and sport opportunities in their own community.
Experiences are created in a safe environment of belonging, while parents and caregivers receive respite.
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm
Ontario Application

Contact agency for information. Registration is available on the website.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Hamilton (The), Family Ministry Office
(HAM0138)
Hamilton West 700 King St W
Hamilton ON L8P 1C7
905-528-7988 ext 2250
Offers support and encourages growth in family relationships primarily through education and self-help with a variety of volunteer-supported programs.
Mon-Fri 9 am-4:30 pm Jul-Aug: Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm
Hamilton (City of) Eligibility

Open to all

Application

Contact for information

Roman Catholic Diocese of Hamilton (The), Office for Family Ministry, Levels Separation and Divorce Support Program
(HAM2695)
Hamilton West 700 King St W
Hamilton ON L8P 1C7
905-528-7988 ext 2249
Self-help groups available for Catholics who are separated, divorced or widowed.
Hours vary
Hamilton (City of) Application

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Roman Catholic Diocese of Hamilton (The), Office for Family Ministry, Retrouvaille Marriage Support Program
(HAM2625)
Hamilton
905-664-5212
Program is designed to support marriages in crisis and can be of assistance to couples who have separated, but are willing to work on their relationship to help repair the difficulties that exist.
Irregular, call for details
Hamilton (City of), Halton Region, Waterloo Region, Bruce County, Niagara Region, Grey County, Brant County, Norfolk County, Guelph, Southwestern Ontario Eligibility

Married Couples Only

Application

Visit website or register via phone

Ronald McDonald House Hamilton
(HAM0056)
Hamilton West 1510 Main St W
Hamilton ON L8S 1E3
905-521-9983 ext 2200
A home-away-from-home for families of seriously ill children being treated at McMaster Children's Hospital.
Mon-Fri 8 am-9 pm * Sat-Sun 9 am-9 pm
Hamilton (City of), Halton Region Eligibility

Parents and family members of patients under the age of 21 years at McMaster Children's Hospital or other Hamilton hospitals, and reside more than 45 km outside of Hamilton

Application

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Royal Hamilton Yacht Club, Youth Program
(HAM2977)
Hamilton Central 555 Bay St N
Hamilton ON L8L 1H1
905-528-8464 ext 227
Waterfront Camp (ages 5-7)
Offers outdoor, play-based learning environment alongside our Junior Sail program for children. The one week camp is an opportunity for children to explore sailing on the Hamilton Waterfront and in an indoor, classroom environment.
CANSail 1 (ages 6-18)
Introduces new sailors to the fundamental sailing skills in the Optimist and 420 dinghy. The type of boat sailed is dependent upon on the sailors weight and height. Focuses on creating a fun environment while developing physical literacy. On the water, young sailors work on boat safety, boat-handling skills, and seamanship. In the classroom, students will learn basic terminology, knots and the rules of the water. Sailors also work on swimming skills taught in our pool by certified swimming instructors.
CANSail 2
Offers young sailors the opportunity to review and master skills previously learned, to sail with confidence and to perform basic sailing skills proficiently. Emphasis is on safety, seamanship, man overboard rescues, and right of way rules. The 420 dinghy has two sailors per boat creates teamwork in a fun and rewarding social environment and the Opti dinghy sailed by one sailor creates independence in a fun and rewarding social environment.
Prerequisites: Participants must be age 10 or over, and must have previously completed CANSail 1.
CANSail 3
A four-week-long program that builds upon the fundamental skills established in CANSail 1&2 on the water and in the classroom. Sailors at this level will refine and improve their skills from to become more confident sailing alone and in pairs. Introduces boat tuning, sail trim, backwards sailing, roll tacking and surfing. All sailors are given opportunities to apply individual sailing skills and sail with friends. Will also be introduced to the basic racing skills needed to compete in club race-nights.
A minimum of two weeks of sailing are required to complete this level.
Prerequisites: Participants must be age 11 or over, must be able to swim, and must have previously completed CANSail 2.
CANSail 4
A four-week-long program that builds upon the fundamental skills established in CANSail 3 on the water and in the classroom. Sailors are challenged to perfect their sailing skills in heavier wind conditions, both individually and in pairs. Greater emphasis is placed on self-sufficiency and problem solving, including skills such as rudderless sailing, trapeze, fly spinnaker and advanced theory. Sailors will also be introduced to the basic racing skills needed to compete in club race-nights. Sailors will have the ability to participate in RHYC and other local regattas.
Prerequisites: Participants must be age 12 or over, must be able to swim, and must have previously completed CANSail 3.
Integration of special needs may be accommodated and will be reviewed on an individual basis.
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Hamilton (City of), Burlington Application

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Rygiel Supports for Community Living
(HAM0490)
Hamilton Mountain West 220 Cranbrook Dr
Hamilton ON L9C 5V7
905-525-4311
A non-profit organization whose mandate is to support individuals in the community who have a developmental disability, as well as having other disabilities, by providing residential, respite and day supports.
Administration Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Hamilton (City of) Eligibility

People who have a developmental disability and other handicapping conditions.

Application

Referral through CONTACT Hamilton 905-570-8888

Rygiel Supports for Community Living, Passport
(HAM2693)
Hamilton Mountain West 1550 Upper James St Unit 200
Hamilton ON L9B 2L6
905-525-4311
Program provides funding for activities that encourage a participant's personal development and help participants achieve their potential. Agency assists the individual or family to implement an personalized plan. This program is an initiative of the Ministry of Community and Social Services.
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm
Hamilton (City of) Eligibility

Residents of Ontario that have a confirmed developmental disability and: have left school and would benefit from supports to participation in recreational, vocational or educational opportunities * have been waiting for service and are in need of community participation supports * are not receiving Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) employment supports * are living independently or in supportive living. Priority will be given to applicants who are living at home with their families.

Application

Application is by referral through Contact Hamilton (905-570-8888) * Information about application is available online at Contact Hamilton's website (http://www.contacthamilton.ca)

St. Matthew's House, Roxborough Senior Centre
(HAM1690)
Hamilton East 785 Britannia Ave
Hamilton ON L8H 2B6
905-523-5546 ext 242
Program provides a variety of activities and programs to promote enjoyment and well being for older adults and retirees. Offering bingo, euchre and more, Fitness and strength training, speaker events on topics important to seniors and pot luck lunches.
Admin: Mon, Tue, Thu 9 am-4 pm * Lunch: 2nd Tue of the month 12 noon-1 pm
Hamilton East Eligibility

Seniors, people who are retired

Application

Contact for information