Upcoming Events

  • Sat
    27
    Jan
    2018

    Poker Tournament 2018

    11:00 am

CMHA Family/Worker Meet & Greet

CMHA Meet and Greet

Minto Charity Golf Classic

 

Event Information:

  • Wed
    13
    Sep
    2017

    Minto Charity Golf Classic

    1:00 pmPike Lake Golf & Country Club Resort

    THE MINTO CHARITY GOLF CLASSIC, presented by THE PALMERSTON LION’S CLUB will be in partnership with COMMUNITY LIVING GUELPH WELLINGTON’S ANNUAL CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT on WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 13, 2017 at the PIKE LAKE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB RESORT.

    We are working together again this year and are pleased to invite you to our Golf Tournament.  Proceeds from this tournament will be divided equally between Community Living Guelph Wellington and The Palmerston Lion’s Club.

    The tournament will include 18 holes of golf, 4 person scramble, golf cart, lunch, dinner, special event holes, a putting green and a prize table.

    The entry fee is $125 per player which includes your golf, cart, lunch, dinner, speciality package and prize.  Lunch provided at the clubhouse before you start or during your round at the halfway house.

    Shotgun starts – 1:00pm – dinner and prizes to follow.

    CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM submit by September 1, 2017.

    Please make check out to the Palmerston Lion’s Club.

    If you have any questions, you can call or email:  Dave Wilson 519- 343-2317(dwilson@northperth.ca) or Lori Ziegler 226-314-0851 (lziegler@clgw.ca)

Facilitation Wellington Dufferin Apprenticeship

Facilitation Wellington Dufferin (FWD) offers independent facilitation and planning support to adults who have a developmental disability in Wellington and Dufferin Counties.  They are looking to hire for their Facilitator Mentoring Program.   In this program, an “Apprentice” Facilitator will have a chance to work together with an experienced mentor, a number of adults with a developmental disability, and their closest supporters (usually family members and friends) as they think about and work towards building a good life in their community.

If you would like more information regarding this please download the full posting here, or contact Joanna Goode, FWD Director, by e-mail to joanna@facilitationwd.com

CLGW JULY FAMILY INFORMATION SESSIONS – UPDATE

CLGW Family Update session July 2017

 

As a result of low numbers (ie less than 6) of RSVPs, the following 2 July sessions ARE CANCELLED:

July 20th – Guelph Claire A/B Boardroom Administration Building

July 25th – Fergus Base

There are already enough RSVPs to run the July 31st session so please RSVP for that one if you wish to attend.  We will set up another round of sessions in October 2017.

July 31st – Guelph Claire A/B Boardroom Administration Building

  • Session will run from 6:30 pm- 7:30 pm; Everyone is welcome!
  • RSVPs are being requested to ensure proper space and minimum #s are met – please call or email Fern Donaldson at 519-824-2480 or admin@clgw.ca to confirm which session you wish to attend

Sincerely,

 

Laura Hanley

Executive Director

Press Release from Liz Sandals, MPP

PRESS  RELEASE

(click here for PDF version)

Ontario Supporting Upgrades and Repairs at 

Guelph & Wellington County Agencies

Improving Safety and Accessibility for Ontario’s Most Vulnerable People

July 11, 2017

 

Ontario is investing in repairs, renovations, upgrades and fire safety at Guelph and Wellington County agencies to provide better, more secure and accessible facilities for the people who use their services.

These investments include:

  • Family Counselling & Support Services for Guelph-Wellington will receive $90,000 towards building out the current facility to support program needs; and
  • Community Living Guelph Wellington will receive $38,000 to install phase II of the sprinkler system and $5,200 towards repairing the driveway.

This investment is part of Ontario’s Partner Facility Renewal program, which helps local agencies repair and renovate their facilities to better serve people in the community. This support is also helping agencies ensure that their buildings meet improvements to Ontario’s Fire Code, in order to keep residents safe.

Ontario is making the largest infrastructure investment in hospitals, schools, public transit, roads and bridges in the province’s history. To learn more about what’s happening in your community, go to Ontario.ca/BuildON.

Investing in community agencies that help those most in need is part of our plan to create jobs, grow our economy and help people in their everyday lives.

QUOTES

“These agencies provide critical services to the most vulnerable people in our community. These investments will help the agencies make important safety upgrades and ensures that they are able to continue to provide people with safe, accessible places to go when they need support.”

— Liz Sandals, MPP for Guelph

“Community and developmental service agencies play an invaluable role in providing critical services to many people across Ontario. By investing in repairs, renovations, upgrades and fire safety, we are ensuring that individuals that require services at these vital agencies have access to improved facilities and that staff who work tirelessly assisting those who require supports can focus on what they do best: helping people in our communities.”

— Dr. Helena Jaczek, Minister of Community and Social Services

“Safety measures like upgraded fire alarm systems, fire doors, and sprinkler systems reduce the impact of fire and help save lives. Buildings and facilities across the province that provide community services will benefit from enhanced fire safety measures – further protecting Ontario’s most vulnerable and giving peace of mind to their loved ones.”

— Marie-France Lalonde, Minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services

 

QUICK FACTS

  • Partner Facility Renewal minor capital funding is provided annually to help social service agencies repair, renovate or upgrade their facilities. Agencies receiving this funding include developmental services, community services and Violence Against Women agencies.
  • In 2017/18, under the Partner Facility Renewal program, Ontario is investing approximately $16 million in more than 150 community service agencies for approximately 850 projects across Ontario. Approved projects include upgrading accessible washrooms and kitchens; replacing windows and doors; replacing and repairing roofs, furnace and air conditioner replacement; expansion of program space and foundation repair.
  • The province is also investing $6.5 million in 2017-18 in fire safety in more than 90 facilities from over 30 community service agencies across the province. Approved projects include fire alarm system upgrades, installation of fire doors and separations and sprinkler system installations.
  • Ontario is the first province to make sprinklers mandatory in residential occupancy facilities servicing clients with cognitive and physical limitations and are incapable of evacuating the occupancy without assistance.
  • An amendment to the Fire Code that took effect on January 1, 2014 introduced new retrofit requirements requiring facility modifications.

 

LEARN MORE

For more information, contact: Jenny Waterston, Office of Liz Sandals, MPP (519) 836-4190