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Services

Child and Youth
Mental Health Services


If you are a youth under 18 or have a child or youth in your care under the age of 18. Contact Niagara Resource Coordinators will help you identify appropriate local resources for children and youth who experience social and emotional challenges and/or behavioural difficulties.

Contact Niagara Resource Coordinators will help determine which resources you could benefit from most based on what’s offered by one of our Mental Health service partners. The Resource Coordinator will guide you through an Intake Process to identify and document the information required for support to begin.

Developmental Services
Developmental Services Ontario (DSO)


If you are a youth under 18 with a developmental disability or have a child or youth in your care under the age of 18 who has a developmental disability, we are a good place to contact for Developmental Services.

Contact Niagara Resource Coordinators will help determine if you could benefit from resources offered by one of our Developmental Service Partners. The Resource Coordinator will guide you through an Intake Process to identify and document the information that is required for support to begin.

Transitional Aged Youth


Contact Niagara supports the youth with a developmental disability who are transitioning to adult services. Beginning at the age of 14, Contact Niagara, along with the community (caregivers, schools and service providers) identify youth who require this assistance. The youth and the community will develop a plan that will identify youth’s who require this assistance as they move into adulthood and the services available for adults.

For all questions or access to Adult Developmental Services, call Developmental Services Ontario Hamilton-Niagara Region. Please visit Developmental Services Ontario-Hamilton Niagara for more information.

Autism Services


Contact Niagara can help direct you to resources for children and youth under 18 who have or may have have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Learn about the Ontario Autism Program.

Learn about Autism Ontario, a helpful resource for families.

Contact Niagara Resource Coordinators will help determine if you could benefit from any of the resources offered by one of our Autism Service Partners. The Resource Coordinator will guide you through an Intake Process to identify and document the information that is required for support to begin.

Call us to speak to a Resource
Coordinator at 905-684-3407
TTY at 905-684-6289
Or use the button below

Online Request Form