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Contact Information
Office Phone 905-878-2337
Fax 905-878-5413
E-Mail info@clnh.on.ca
Website clnh.on.ca/services-support/services-for-adults/
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Primary Contact Julia Botnick, Executive Coordinator; Phone: 905-878-2337 ext 257; Email: jbotnick@clnh.on.ca
Alternate Contact Paula Woods, Community Employment Coordinator; Phone: 905-878-2337 ext 255; Email: pwoods@clnh.on.ca
Agency Information
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1955
Primary Executive Greg Edmiston, Executive Director; Phone: 905-878-2337 ext 223; Email: gedmiston@clnh.on.ca
Alternate Executive Janet Tickle, Director, Organizational Development; Phone: 905-878-7656 ext 236; Email: jtickle@clnh.on.ca
Funding Ontario Trillium Foundation * United Way * Region of Halton
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) Community Living North Halton services for adults

Residential Accommodations
  • provides residential support to adults with developmental disabilities
  • homes located in Acton, Milton and Georgetown
  • people receiving support can share a home with up to four other people
  • support is provided by staff on a shift-rotation basis
  • residential services include: assistance with day-to-day routines * development of skills in meal preparation, household responsibilities, shopping, budgeting, and all aspects of daily living * administer medications and treatments * medical, dental and specialist consultations and follow-up * leisure and recreational activities

Supported Independent Living (SIL) & Lifeskills
  • provides support to adults with an intellectual disability, living in their own home or apartment to develop community connections and empower them to live independently within the community
  • tailor to individual's unique needs, abilities, desires and goals
  • services include: financial planning and budgeting * medical coordination * meal planning and preparation * apartment management including tenant-landlord issues * organizing social and recreational activities * supporting the involvement of family and friends and exercising one's rights
  • for more information contact Pam Pereira at 1-888-941-1121 or ppereira@clnh.on.ca

Job/Work Skills and Opportunities (21+ years)
  • provides minimum support services and job opportunities to individuals to enable them to be competitively employed in the community
  • assists with job search, job training and maintaining employment
  • offered in Acton, Georgetown and Milton areas
  • provides support for a volunteer work experience, work training or situational assessment

Recreational Programs:

Friday Friends (ages 21-35)
  • for young adults with developmental disabilities to participate in social activities and develop friendships in a fun and supportive environment
  • available in Georgetown and Milton
  • twice per month from 5pm-9pm
  • open to participants between 18 and 30 years of age
  • activities include movies, music, games, swimming, bowling, etc
  • for more information and to inquire about spaces and fees, contact Karen Wilson at 905-878-2337 ext 244

Drop-In Centre (35+ years of age)
  • for adults with developmental disabilities to gather in an informal and friendly atmosphere to enjoy recreational activities and social opportunities
  • year round program available in Georgetown and Milton
  • costs $25 twice per year
  • includes movies, games, crafts, music and coffee time
  • for more information for both recreational programs contact Karen Wilson at 905-878-2337 ext 244 or kwilson@clnh.on.ca

Summer Camps (ages 21+ years)
  • full day camps
  • cost is per week per camper
  • available in Georgetown and Milton
  • spaces are limited
  • crafts, games, swimming, indoor and outdoor activities
  • individual needs taken into consideration

Adult Day Program
  • Programs in both Milton and Georgetown
  • Mon-Fri, 9am-3pm
  • Activities include onsite and community fun (cooking, movies, crafts, games, and so much more!)
  • Activities are chosen based on participant input and abilities
  • Fee-for-service (Passport funding may be utilized)
  • For more information please contact passports@clnh.on.ca
Hours Office: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm
Dates Open holidays
Areas Served Acton ; Georgetown ; Milton
Boundaries Acton, Georgetown, Milton and surrounding areas
Eligibility Varies, depending on program
Application Contact Developmental Services Ontario (DSO) Central West Region at 1–888 941-1121 or email
dsocwr@rogers.com * Fee For Service or Passports Services call 905-878-2337 ext 260
Languages English
Fees Program - contact DSO for fee information or CLNH for fee-for-service options
Site Information
Site Location Milton (Timberlea)
Located In Community Milton
Address & Map
917 Nipissing Rd, Suite B
Milton, ON L9T 5E3
Intersection Thompson Rd S and Main St E
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Categories and Classification
HCSD Main Heading Disabilities ; Employment / Training ; Health Care ; Housing / Shelter
HCSD Sub Heading Advocacy for People with Disabilities ; Disabilities Employment Program Resources ; Disabilities Employment Programs ; Health & Developmental Disabilities ; Health and Developmental Disabilities ; Home Support Programs ; Programs for Home Support ; Supportive Housing ; Work Experience
Service Categories Adult Day Programs ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Developmental Disabilities Day Habilitation Programs ; Disability Related Centre Based Employment ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Independent Living Skills Instruction ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Respite Care ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Supported Employment ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Supportive Housing for People with Disabilities ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Work Experience ~ Developmental Disabilities

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