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KINGSTON, FRONTENAC, LENNOX & ADDINGTON Children and Youth Services Planning Committee

Service Resource Guides

Positive Parenting Campaign Partner Tool Kit (2017)

The Partner Tool Kit can be downloaded here  download here.  Or you can contact Public Health for more details.

Protocol Primer (2015)

Introduction to transition protocols and service agreements for children and youth with disabilities, complex and special needs, and mental health and addictions issues living in Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington.
Developed by Disability Services Committee, KFL&A Children and Youth Services Planning Committee.
Protocol Primer: Edition#1 (2015)

Click here to visit e-version of Protocol Primer

Mental Health Resource Guide for Kingston and Surrounding Areas (2015)

Compiled by Department of Psychiatry, Queen’s University.  Includes detailed information about agencies providing mental health and addictions services, specific programs and services with a section dedicated to services for children and youth.
Mental Health Resource Guide (2015)

French Health Services Directory of South Eastern Ontario (2015)

Compiled by ACFOMI L’Association canadienne-française de l’Ontario, Conseil régional des Mille-Îles (ACFOMI).  Includes information about health and community services available in French.
FR Health Services Directory (2015)

Gathering Community, Making Connections:  Guide for Indigenous Families and Children (2016)

Includes information about Indigenous services, community groups and events, as well as service descriptions and contact information for some mainstream services and supports for children and families living in Kingston and area, Tyendinaga/Deseronto/Napanee, Sharbot Lake and area, and Bancroft.
Developed by Aboriginal Services Committee, KFL&A Children and Youth Services Planning Committee.

Gathering Communities Making Connections – 2016

A Guide to Community Services in Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington Counties for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (Third Edition, 2013)

Includes service descriptions and contact information for agencies providing assessment and diagnosis, family support and treatment, and other resources for children with ASD and their families.
Autism Spectrum Disorder Community Services Guide (2013)

18 Month Well Baby Referral Pathways (2009)

The 18 Month Well Baby Visit Referral Pathways include detailed information about appropriate referrals for babies and families living in the Kingston area, in Lennox & Addington County, and in or around Sharbot Lake.

The pathways were last updated in June 2014.

18 Month Enhanced Well Baby Visit Referral Pathway – Kingston (June 2014)
18Month Enhanced Well Baby Visit Referral Pathway – Queen’s (June 2014)
18Monrh Enhanced Well Baby Visit Referral Pathway – Sharobt Lake (June 2014)
18Month Enhanced Well Baby Visit Referral Pathway – Lennox & Addington (June 2014)

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Indigenous Training Circle

This Guide was developed as a quick access resource for staff who have an interest in First Nation, Metis and Inuit history and/or are serving clients who identify with these cultures.

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Aboriginal Resource Guide

Listings of Indigenous services, community-based groups and events.

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Community News & Events

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kingston new location & Christmas Fundraiser (volunteers needed) November 08 2017

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kingston has moved to the West End Location of Boys & Girls Club in the Frontenac Mall at 1300 Bath Road, Kingston. Right now, we ...

Kingston Youth Hub Grand Opening Nov 16th November 08 2017

Open House – One Roof Join the Kingston Youth Hub at their Grand Opening on November 16th from 1:30 – 4:00 at 426 Barrie Street.  See flyer for more ...

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