Our Kids Network Aldershot Hub
The Aldershot Hub is changing the way parents find solutions for helping their children and teens grow into responsible and caring adults.
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Aldershot is a deep-rooted community with longstanding partnerships in place. At the Aldershot Hub, more than 25 community partners; agencies, faith groups, regional staff, and community members work together to provide and improve opportunities for children and their families.
Community partners work with the Hub coordinator to plan events, introduce new programs and give Aldershot families more access to community resources. For example, through the Halton Regional Police Service program, Toys for Tots, Aldershot children and youth receive gifts each Christmas. Each week, parents receive free groceries, due to a partnership with ReFresh Foods and a March Break income tax clinic for parents is provided by a local chartered accountant.
Dedicated volunteers keep the Hub running by helping with housekeeping, coordinating programs and even teaching piano.
“My first experience at the (Aldershot) Hub was collecting a Halton Fresh Food Box. I couldn’t have been more warmly welcomed. The coordinator and volunteers were all pleasant, caring, and nurturing people.” Fred, Food for Life program participant
Contact Sheila Slattery-Ford, Hub Coordinator
Holy Rosary School
261 Plains Road East
Burlington, ON L7T 2C7
Flexible hours. Drop in hours 3:30 to 6 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Need help with toddler behaviour? Toilet training problems? Expecting a baby? Want to learn about child development? Looking for a parent support group? Struggling to get your child to do homework? Single parent? Wondering how to handle behaviour?
Halton iparent listings are geared to strengthening parenting knowledge and skills. The services, programs, workshops and seminars listed range from courses for expectant parents to discussion groups for parents of teens.
Simple acts make a big difference!
“What does it take to build a community where all kids succeed?” is the question answered by the voices of children themselves in a series of Our Kids Network videos that show the “little things that everyone can do” to build strong, healthy family connections. View the videos.