662 Faconbridge Road, Sudbury, ON, P3A 4S4Phone:
Child & Community Resources connects families to quality services and talented professionals in the North
We value trust, integrity, innovation, and resilience, and collaborate with our community to provide families with the programs and supports that they deserve.
For over 30 years we have worked in collaboration with families, referral sources, educators, health care providers, and local community partners in the North to connect families to programs and quality services. We strive to understand the unique needs and strengths of each child, youth, and family that we have the privilege of working with. Child & Community Resources and our partners offer a wide range of services for children, youth, families, and professionals, to support the inclusion, integration, and wellbeing of children and youth throughout the North Region of Ontario.
Vision: Connecting and engaging families in quality services
Purpose: To make a meaningful difference by building relationships, empowering others, promoting well-being and supporting lifelong learning.
Values: Trust, Integrity, Innovative, Resilient
Child & Community Resources provides services to children, youth, and families aged 0-18 years in the North Region of Ontario. Our services include universal services available to all children, such as our EarlyON Child and Family Centres and Special Needs Resourcing Program available in the Sudbury-Manitoulin District. We also offer services under the Ontario Autism Program, such as Entry to School, Caregiver Mediated Services, and Foundational Family Services (with our Northern Collaborative partners). As the Diagnostic Hub lead agency in the North Region of Ontario, we work with partners across the region to enhance capacity and service delivery related to diagnostic assessments.
Over the last 30 years, CCR has changed and evolved to respond to the needs of our community partners and families. We take pride in our ability to shift and align our skills and experience as we adapt to a changing service system.
We continue to collaborate with our partners in the Early Year's sector and Autism community to promote, support, connect, champion, and partner to ensure families in the North have access to quality services they deserve.