Partners & Tenants

BARRIE COMMON ROOF PARTNERS

New Path Youth and Family Services

New Path is a multi-service children’s mental health agency serving the communities across Simcoe County in the province of Ontario. We are all about making a difference in the lives of children, youth and families, helping to create a better future for people and the communities within which they live. We create hope, opportunity, and confidence for people to reach their potential and knowledge to make informed decisions in choosing their path to success and fulfillment.

New Path Foundation

New Path Foundation originated as the Thompson Centre Community Foundation founded in 1996. On April 1, 2000 the Foundation became the New Path Foundation of Simcoe County. The Foundation ensures the availability of human and financial resources for innovative programs within Simcoe County. By encouraging an increasing flow of recourse from individual and corporate donors, New Path Foundation created and manages funds to meet the identified needs of children, youth and families.

Catulpa Community Support Services Inc.

Catulpa’s role is to bring a network of support together for developmentally disabled individuals and their families; to provide case management; to provide direct service in Early Intervention services; to advocate for integration opportunities for the developmentally disabled individual; to provide respite services when needed; to educate the community about the developmentally disabled; to support the core service agencies in the county who provide residential and day programs

Children’s Treatment Network of Simcoe York

Children’s Treatment Network of Simcoe York is your one point of contact for a single plan of coordinated care for children and youth with multiple disabilities. The Network removes barriers for families and expands the range of treatment and services that are needed in Simcoe and York to help kids with physical, developmental, and communication needs progress and participate fully in daily living, school and play.

 

ORILLIA COMMON ROOF PARTNERS & TENANTS

 Catholic Family Services of Simcoe County- Tenant

Catholic Family Services of Simcoe County is a non-profit organization offering professional counselling services and education. Our services are available to everyone living or working in Simcoe County regardless of age, ability, cultural or religious background, race, sexual orientation or gender identity.

Did you know that we are the only family service agency in the county that doesn’t have admission criteria related to a particular diagnosis? Thanks to your support we serve over 1.7 thousand clients each year. That’s equal to over 7 thousand hours of direct service to individuals, couples and families in our community who we rely on us for help.

Catulpa Community Support Services Inc. - Partner

Catulpa’s role is to bring a network of support together for developmentally disabled individuals and their families; to provide case management; to provide direct service in Early Intervention services; to advocate for integration opportunities for the developmentally disabled individual; to provide respite services when needed; to educate the community about the developmentally disabled; to support the core service agencies in the county who provide residential and day programs

Endaad Native Non Profit Homes Inc. – Tenant

Endaad provides non-profit housing offering rent-geared-to-income units for families (not single individuals) of aboriginal descent.

 

New Path Youth and Family Services - Partner

New Path is a multi-service children’s mental health agency serving the communities across Simcoe County in the province of Ontario. We are all about making a difference in the lives of children, youth and families, helping to create a better future for people and the communities within which they live. We create hope, opportunity, and confidence for people to reach their potential and knowledge to make informed decisions in choosing their path to success and fulfillment.

Orillia Housing Resource Centre- Tenant

The Housing Resource Centre is the “First Stop” for those in crisis who need assistance to find/keep housing that they can afford.  For many people who live on fixed or limited incomes, the search for permanent affordable housing can be both challenging and discouraging.

The Housing Resource Centre’s primary focus is to assist individuals looking for permanent housing. We also provide practical housing support to those facing other housing challenges. Our staff is committed to increasing awareness of homelessness within the Orillia area.

The agency is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. The Board meets monthly on the third Thursday of the month. Annual General Meetings held in April each year.

Simcoe Muskoa District Health Unit- Partner

The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit is an accredited public health agency that offers a wide range of programs and public health services focused on promoting and protecting health, and preventing disease, disability and injury. These programs and services are funded by municipal and provincial tax dollars. The Board of Health governs the affairs of the health unit and oversees agency operations. Our work is guided by our Vision, Mission and Values. These core elements are integrated into our Strategic Plan to support the work we do on a daily basis.

Think Feet - Tenant

Think Feet is a new concept for foot care in the Orillia area. We are offering not only a fully wheelchair accessible office for our clients but also a mobile service to this area. Chiropodists Sheilagh Rose and Ed Moloy each bring 20 years of experience as specialist in foot care to this office. We are both family orientated people who plan practice in Orillia until we retire. This is a wonderful place to live and we want to be contributors to this community.

When we were looking for an office site it was important to us to have it as wheelchair accessible. Our location in the Orillia Common Roof building is ideal. The building is centrally located on Front Street South and has ample parking. Our entrance is at the side of the building the third door down with handicapped parking just outside our door.

Victorian Order of Nurses Simcoe County- Tenant

If you, or someone in your family, were recovering from an illness and needed home care, who would you trust? Most Canadians from coast to coast would say VON. The reason: at VON Canada (Victorian Order of Nurses), we believe in treating the whole person, not just their ailment. VON offers more than 75 different home care, personal support, and community services to enhance each client’s quality of life by providing them with the personal assistance and support needed to make them comfortable in their own home. We’ve been doing so for more than 114 years.

VON is dedicated to being a leader in the delivery of innovative comprehensive health and social services and to influencing the development of health and social policy in Canada. We are a national health organization and registered charity offering a wide range of community health care solutions that meet the needs of Canadians from coast to coast. VON is committed to continuous quality improvement and is accredited by the Canadian Council of Health Services Accreditation

Children’s Treatment Network of Simcoe York  – Tenant

Children’s Treatment Network of Simcoe York is your one point of contact for a single plan of coordinated care for children and youth with multiple disabilities. The Network removes barriers for families and expands the range of treatment and services that are needed in Simcoe and York to help kids with physical, developmental, and communication needs progress and participate fully in daily living, school and play.

Children’s Treatment Network of Simcoe York is your one point of contact for a single plan of coordinated care for children and youth with multiple disabilities. The Network removes barriers for families and expands the range of treatment and services that are needed in Simcoe and York to help kids with physical, developmental, and communication needs progress and participate fully in daily living, school and play.

Children’s Treatment Network of Simcoe York is your one point of contact for a single plan of coordinated care for children and youth with multiple disabilities. The Network removes barriers for families and expands the range of treatment and services that are needed in Simcoe and York to help kids with physical, developmental, and communication needs progress and participate fully in daily living, school and play.

North Simcoe Muskoka Palliative Care Network – Tenant

Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre – Tenant

Tending the Sacred - Tenant

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