Some children with disabilities and developmental needs require specialized equipment and supports that are not totally funded by the government. As a result, some families face serious financial hardship or are unable to pay for critical supports needed by their child and family.
Through generous donations from individuals and companies, the Children’s Treatment Network Family Fund can help some of these kids and families who have short-term, urgent financial needs that cannot be met through existing government financial assistance programs or charitable funds.
If you are a family and would like to apply for support from the Family Fund, please talk with one of your current service providers.
If you are a service provider please complete this form on Sharepoint.
A donation of any amount can have make an impact and help families access services, supports and equipment that are needed. Your donation will help kids and families in Simcoe and York get the support they urgently need, when no other source of funding is available to them.
Tax receipts will be issued for donations of $10 or more. Charitable Registration Number 830649141RR0001
1. Online: Fast and secure! Simply click the button below.
2. By Mail: Complete our Donation Form and mail it with your cheque to Children’s Treatment Network, 13175 Yonge St., Richmond Hill, ON L4E 0G6
Donate Your Old Car and Support Our Family Fund!
Do you have an old car sitting around that you're looking to get rid of?
You can donate your car and have the net proceeds go to CTN's Family Fund and receive a tax receipt for your generosity! All cars are picked up or towed for free.
To learn more or to make arrangements to donate your car please visit Donate a Car Canada.
Kerry's Place - (FFS) Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder - Online
This live webinar is for family members and caregivers who want to learn more about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Common characteristics of ASD, possible strengths, needs, learning styles and profiles of persons with ASD will be introduced as well as effective strategies to support your child or loved one.
Kerry's Place - Caregiver Nonviolent Crisis Intervention - Online
Participants will be provided with an overview of the verbal and non-verbal communication concepts and strategies taught in the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® (NVCI-CPI) training program that can help in the support and care of family members, or people they support, with Autism Spectrum Disorder, both at home and in the community.
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