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Shop and Drop Support

April 28, 2020

Stay Safe with our New Halton Hills Shop and Drop Support Program In a time where everyone is staying home, Links2Care is offering to assist isolated Halton Hills residents who are unable to shop independently and who have no family/friend supports available, with pick-up and delivery of groceries and pharmacy items. Ideally, you should order… Continue reading Shop and Drop Support

Connection in Action Halton Initiative

February 26, 2020

Connection in Action is an initiative of Community Safety and Well-Being in Halton Social isolation among adults 55 and older – Every door is the right door The Connection in Action Halton Initiative is a proactive community project focusing on adults aged 55 and older who are at risk of or currently experiencing social isolation… Continue reading Connection in Action Halton Initiative

Hot and Frozen Meals

December 20, 2017

The goal of our Meal Programs is to enable seniors and adults with disabilities to have access to affordable, nutritious meals in their home to support well-being. Options include hot meals (Meals on Wheels and Supper on Wheels); prepared frozen meals (Meals on Ice), volunteers taking people to a local restaurant (Wheels to Meals), and… Continue reading Hot and Frozen Meals

Care Connections of Halton Hills

December 20, 2017

360 Guelph Street, Unit 33, Georgetown ON L7G 4B5  905-873-6502 – 1-866-920-6502 Links2Care’s Georgetown site is home to a community hub of service agencies collaborating to offer easier access to integrated health and social services and maximize the client centred care experience for Halton Hills residents. Share our Space Sharing space can create synergies, foster integrated… Continue reading Care Connections of Halton Hills

Income Tax

November 28, 2017

CRA’s Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP) Links2Care is a Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) host agency for the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program which arranges for CRA trained volunteers to complete income tax and benefit returns for eligible individuals for free. Are you eligible for help? If you live in Halton Hills: You may be… Continue reading Income Tax

Holiday Giving

November 28, 2017

Help us make Holiday Giving magic! It’s that time again! Each year, Links2Care, with the help of generous individual, group and business sponsors, distributes gift bags filled with new pajamas, toiletries and other items to eligible Halton Hills families with children 0-18 years of age. NEW ACTON OFFICE: 69 Acton Blvd. (Acton Community Hub at… Continue reading Holiday Giving

School Supplies

November 28, 2017

Links2Care helps Halton Hills JK to Grade 12 students go back to school fully equipped with supplies and confidence! Not only does this program help lower-income students start off the school year on the right foot, parents’ financial and emotional stress is also alleviated as they avoid dipping into rent or food budgets to ensure… Continue reading School Supplies

Homelessness Prevention

November 28, 2017

Halton Region’s Homelessness Prevention and Intervention Program funds Links2Care to help people find permanent or transitional housing and provide support services related to regaining housing or housing loss prevention.

Help With Gas & Hydro

November 28, 2017

Links2Care offers funding to lower income families and individuals who have Halton Hills Hydro or Union Gas arrears, are at risk of having their service disconnected, and have exhausted all other sources of financial aid. This assistance is provided through the Low Income Energy Assistance program in partnership with the Ontario Energy Board. As well,… Continue reading Help With Gas & Hydro

Basic Needs

November 28, 2017

Food, household items, toiletries, and many other generous donations are available to those in need through our Needs Coordination Program. Food for Life has grown into the largest food recovery program in Halton Region and brings free, fresh and nutritious food to our Acton office weekly for those in need. In addition, Fresh Food Boxes… Continue reading Basic Needs