Our Kids Network West Milton Hub

Located in Halton Region, Milton is experiencing rapid population growth. New immigrants are arriving from different cultures, they speak a diversity of languages and are in need of help getting settled in their new country. As the population has grown, so has the reach of the West Milton Hub.

Programs Descriptions

Hub Programs Calendar

At this point, the Hub is at capacity with its programming – and the call for services just keeps coming. Fortunately, there are rich resources within this community to meet the need. Integrated program partnerships have been formed with community agencies and schools in the West Milton area. The West Milton Hub has a team of more than 40 people who belong to local organizations that work with children, youth and their parents.

“Milton Moms supporting Moms with Post Partum Depression literally saved my life! I had no one to turn to and was in complete despair until the day I joined the group. It was the light at the end of the tunnel for me.” Post Partum Depression support program participant

Numerous initiatives have come to life at the Hub as a result of partnerships with the education, government and not-for-profit sectors. These include the Big Brothers Big Sisters Homework Club; Food for Thought, a healthy snack program for the students of Our Lady of Victory High School; and the Dads and Kids cooking course.
Together, this dynamic Hub has brought a much-needed space and vital services to the expanding Milton community.

Looking forward, we will be working with our partners to develop innovative programs that provide our young people who are struggling with an educational and emotional centre of support.

Contact the Hub Coordinator
Our Lady of Victory School
540 Commercial Street
Milton, ON L9T 3R2

Fax: 905-876-2776


Halton iparent

Halton Parenting Directory

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.