Announcing the Grand Opening of South Simcoe One Roof in Alliston

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CTN is one of four agencies now co-located under one roof in Alliston, making it easier to provide services to families close to home.

Four local organizations recently marked the official grand opening of a shared space in Alliston dedicated to caring for children and youth with disabilities and developmental needs. The space, known as South Simcoe One Roof, is a partnership between Catulpa Community Support Services; CLH Developmental Support Services; Children’s Treatment Network (CTN) and Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH).

Members of the community will experience ease of access to specialized services as all four agencies are co-located in one, centrally and conveniently located building on Young Street, in Alliston. Together, we provide programs and services to local families such as occupational therapy, physiotherapy, family resources, adult protective services, infant hearing and preschool speech and language all under one roof.

Finding these four agencies together under one roof fosters an inclusive and collaborative environment – creating a place of belonging and reinforcing a sense of community. We look forward to working closely with our partner agencies in our new shared space.

Pictured: Representatives from all four partner organizations and local elected officials were joined by service recipient family - Stephanie McCann (mother), Robert Lawler (son), Sarah Lawler (daughter) and Michael Lawler (father) -  for the official ribbon cutting ceremony at South Simcoe One Roof.