Partnerships

 

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.

Website: www.lcerc.ca 

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.

 

Website: www.alzking.com

Community Living Kingston is a non-profit agency that provides many different types of assistance to individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families.

 

Website: www.communitylivingkingston.org

 

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.

 

Website: www.chs.ca

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.

Website: www.canada.ca

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).

 

Website: www.newleaflink.ca

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.

 

Website: www.treasurechestbingo.com

 

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.

 

Website: www.von.ca

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. 

Website: www.amhs-kfla.ca 

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.

Website: resolvecounselling.org 

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SFCSC, P.O. Box 43

4295 Stage Coach Road

Sydenham, ON

K0H 2T0    

Tel. 613-376-6477     

Fax. 613-376-6734      

Email: info@sfcsc.ca

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