Recognizing that the needs of sex trafficked individuals are unique, survivors are given back the freedom to begin the road of recovery through individualized care plans, services and support, both within the residential program provided by A NEW DAY and wrap around services with community partners. Each phase was builds on each other, and is designed specifically to help the survivors process through their trauma in a safe and healthy manner. As such, survivors need to be supported within reasonable time frames to receive the treatment and life skills training they need to be successful to move towards the next phase.
The Source is a social, recreational group for young adults 16 to 24 managing a mental illness. We offer a safe, supportive, non-judgmental environment where youth can make new social connections and just be with their peers on a Friday evening. Sometimes the group meets at the Community Centre where they do a range of activities such as playing cards, watching movies and cooking.
This program offers clients with dementia a chance to enjoy activities designed to enhance their well-being in a safe and supportive setting, while providing respite and support for care partners. Information, supportive counseling and referrals to other community services and programs is also available. The Day program includes coffee and home-made muffins on arrival, a three-course meal at lunch and snacks throughout the day.
Supporting adults with a developmental disability who are living on their own to live as independently, safely and securely as possible in the community. The Adult Protective Service Association of Ontario Supporting adults with a developmental disability who are living on their own to live as independently, safely and securely as possible in the community. What we do: We interact directly with adults with developmental disabilities to help them access and maintain services and support.
Intervention is available to adults age 18 and older who are unable to protect themselves. This includes individuals who have physical, emotional or mental impairments. These impairments may limit their ability to manage their homes or their personal or financial affairs.
As an older adult, you are a member of the fastest-growing age group in our city. In fact, the number of older adults is expected to more than double over the next 20 years. The City of Ottawa wants to make it easier for you to access City services and continue to be an active member of the community by providing the information you need in easy-to-use formats.
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