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


Looking for information about services and supports for children, youth and their families in Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington?


Information about many agencies and organizations in our area is available through 211 Ontario.
Dial 211 or visit

Mental Health Services for Children and Youth (KFLACares)

If you have a questions about mental health services for children or youth, or you’re looking for help to deal with mental health issues affecting a child or youth in your life, visit

18-Month Well Baby Visit Referral Pathway

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.  Designed for use by family doctors and primary care health providers.
Most recently revised 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)

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Looking for information about programs and services for children and youth with autism spectrum disorder?

Check out A Guide for Community Services in Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Autism Spectrum Disorder Community Services Guide – 2013

Hard copies of this resource are available at many agencies in our area, including Pathways for Children and Youth and Community Living Kingston.

Child Care Centres (Kingston)

Need to access waiting list for all child care centres in City of Kingston? Visit

Developmental Services

Visit to learn more about supports and services for children and youth with developmental and cognitive disabilities, and their families.

French Language Services

Kingston is a “designated area” for French language services.  Visit to find links and information about French language events, activities, services and supports available in Kingston and area, including services for children and youth.

Additional service guides and links will be posted on this page as they become available, so be sure to visit us again.

Indigenous Families and Children

Gathering Communities Making Connections is a resource guide for Indigenous families and children living in Tyendinga, Deseronto, Napanee, Kingston, Sharbot Lake and area, or Bancroft.  The Guide includes information about Indigenous services, community groups and annual events, and key services for families and children.

Gathering Communities Making Connections (2014)

Hard copies of the guide are available at many agencies throughout KFL&A and an e-version is coming soon (launch date:  June 2014)

Looking For Help?

211 connects people to the right information and services, strengthens Canada’s health and human services, and helps Canadians to become more engaged with their communities.


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.


Aboriginal Resource Guide

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


Community News & Events

Nov 20th Documentary Screening of the Reclamation Project November 06 2019

Reclamation Project screening invite

Boys & Girls Club & Big Brother Big Sisters AGM - Tuesday Nov 19th November 06 2019

Tuesday, November 19th, 2019 1300 Bath Road – Boys and Girls Club West End Hub 4:00 pm – Networking & Tours 4:30 pm – Annual General Meetings Boys and ...

SACK Kingston Launches Text & Chat Program - LiveHelpNow! November 06 2019

Text: 613-544-6424 Chat: Look for the icon on the bottom right hand corner of Crisis line: 613-544-6424/1-877-544-6424   SAC Kingston has officially launched our Text and Chat Program ...