The purpose of ACS is to provide vital services and programs to the residents of Ancaster and surrounding area. Several pamphlets, booklets, maps, government applications are available at this office. Services include: counselling and referral; meals on wheels program; food vouchers; Christmas assistance; assisted volunteer driver program; Let's Do Lunch (monthly congregate dining); community companion program; domestic violence/abuse support; information and referral; travel and tourism information; youth employment services; babysitting courses.
Canadian Paraplegic Association (CPA) Ontario is a membership association with a mission to assist persons with spinal cord injuries (SCI) and other significant physical disabilities to achieve independence, self-reliance and full community participation. CPA Ontario provides consistent, holistic, individualized and quality assured services in the core areas of Peer Support, Rehabilitation Counselling, Employment Services, Community Advocacy, Case Management, Information Services, Peer Support and Attendant Services.
STRIVE Employment Services provides services to adults with disabilities who are eligible for ODSP employment supports. Programs offered are specifically targeted to assist determined individuals in finding employment.
For over 20 years, Mission Services Employment and Training Branch are playing an integral role in training and placing hundreds of people into employment in the Hamilton area, building lives and community.
Lawson Ministries Hamilton is a community based residential program designed to support adults with developmental disabilities. To accommodate the unique service needs of these individuals, staff have developed an innovative, individualized approach to providing day programming. STRIVE (Skills, Training, Recreation, Integration, Vocation, Employment) offers clients a range of opportunities geared to their specific needs and interests. The purpose of STRIVE is to enable participants to realize their full potential and to obtain the highest degree of independence possible.
Employment assessment and counselling for persons returning to work. - Barriers to employment explored and action plan developed and implemented - Referral to appropriate employment service or vocational training program
Provides diverse case management based on a client-centred model of service delivery. Through individual support plans, people are assisted in increasing their coping capabilities, self-efficiency and well being. Focus in on assisting individuals to obtain and maintain viable tenancies, individuals with disabilities, and those seeking employment. Offerings are: case management, life skills training, workshops, crisis intervention, information, referrals, advocacy and support to individuals and families.
For 153 years the, YMCA of Hamilton/Burlington/Brantford has responded to the needs of the community by providing health enhancement, social and recreational programs for the development of all people in spirit, mind and body. Programs offered include: health fitness and recreation; child care; day, resident and family camping; outdoor education; academic assistance; employment training and placement; leadership development; community outreach; newcomer services; literacy and many more.
Programs and services include: aquatic programs and classes for all ages; before and after school programs; BizSmartz (entrepreneurship program); fitness appraisals and personal training; fitness centre membership; friends for success program; heart beat program; massage therapy and reflexology; programs for individuals with special needs; recreation programs for youth and children; transitional and supportive housing; seniors active living centres; summer camps
Our combined steelmaking operations make us the fifth largest steelmaker in the world. With a comprehensive portfolio of steel products, enhanced production capabilities, and a strong commitment to quality, service and innovation, we are positioned to be the supplier of choice for value-added steel products.
The Hamilton Small Business Enterprise Centre (SBEC) provides the information and tools that entrepreneurs need to grow their businesses. Operating as an arm of the Economic Development and Real Estate Division of the City of Hamilton, the Centre is a one-stop source for business information, guidance and professional advice on starting and running a successful business - for both start-up and growing businesses.
The Career Edge Organization is a private, not-for-profit organization. Since its start in 1996, the Career Edge Organization has worked with 1,000 employers across the country and helped 7,000 men and women enter Canada?s workforce as paid interns. The program operates three career-launching internship programs: Career Edge - for recent graduates Ability Edge - for graduates with disabilities Career Bridge - for internationally qualified professionals who have recently immigrated to Canada. Career Bridge is an innovative internship program designed to address the dilemma of ?no Canadian experience, no job; no job, no Canadian experience? that prevents many skilled immigrants from contributing to Canada?s economy. Registration and follow up are through the internet.