Southern Frontenac Community Services operates in cooperation with other agencies, services, and local programs to ensure that area residents receive the services they need. Some of our partnerships include:
The Loughborough Christmas & Emergency Relief Committee (LC&ERC) is a registered charity founded in 1988 on the tradition of neighbours helping neighbours. Funded entirely by gifts from our community, we provide approximately 100 local families a year with holiday food baskets and/or emergency financial assistance to help them cope with unexpected crises such as fire, sudden death or utility disconnection.
In cooperation with the Alzheimer Society of Kingston, there is a monthly support group held here the last Thursday from 7 - 9 pm of each month. Education sessions for professional caregivers and volunteers are planned annually.
New venture between the Alzheimer Society and SFCSC with Alzheimer Society Staff. Caregivers of a person with dementia can book a free appointment for counselling and support on the last Friday of each month.
Community Living Kingston is a non-profit agency that provides many different types of assistance to individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families.
In cooperation with the Canadian Hearing Society, clients can meet with a Hearing Health Care Counselor to discuss hearing difficulties, purchase hearing aid batteries and have their hearing aid cleaned. These clinics are run by appointment on an as needed basis.
During Income Tax season, Canada Customs and Revenue trained volunteers will complete tax returns for those individuals with incomes of less than $29,590. By appointment only. No set fee, donation expected.
New Leaf Link is based in South Frontenac Township to serve a population of developmentally disabled adults that, after completing high school, is largely forgotten by our social support systems. Among others, our programs emphasize two major aspects of living and learning: ARTS (e.g. music, drama and information technologies) and HEALTHY LIVING (e.g. eating wisely, moving naturally and being socially connected).
Treasure Chest Bingo helps pay for needed funding through volunteer fundraising efforts towards home support services for seniors. Volunteer workers are always needed and appreciated.
The VON SMART Program (Seniors Maintaining Active Roles Together)® in partnership with Southern Frontenac Community Services offers a gentle fitness program for people age 55 and older once per week in Sydenham.
Addictions and Mental Health Services of Kingston, Frontenac, and Lennox & Addington is a non-profit organization that delivers community-based, client-centred mental health, addiction and housing services.
Resolve Counselling, previously known as K3C, is based in Kingston and provides credit and financial counselling, counselling and community services, consulting and education services, and employee counselling services.