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Helpful information for parents who wish to register their child in school, to learn more about Halton's education system, and to support their child's learning

Community services

Finding right services for your child can be challenging. These links will help you get the information and services in Halton for children, youth and families.
  • HaltonParents (Halton Region) Support for parents directly from public health nurses in Halton
  • Our Kids Network (external link) is a Halton-wide partnership of organizations and agencies serving children and youth. Visit the website to find out more about Halton neighbourhood data, local services and events in the Halton community.
  • Halton Multicultural Connections (external link) is a community-based settlement agency that provides a variety of programs and services to immigrant and refugee communities.
  • 311 information about Halton government services
  • 911 emergency response number
  • ASK are clinics designed for families with children newborn to 5 years of age who live in the Halton Community. The purpose of ASK is to provide a quick 15 minute consultation for parents who are questioning whether or not to be concerned about their child’s development
  • Child Care Directory and Information Line (external link) provides a free one stop resource for parents seeking quality child care and resources and professional development opportunities for the Early Learning and Child Care community.
  • Where to Get Help in Halton (PDF file): Your guide to community services in Halton.

Halton public libraries

Information regarding the Halton Regions libraries branch locations, hours of operation, and catalogs.

Ontario Early Years Centres

Ontario Early Years Centres are places where parents and caregivers can get information and take part with their children aged 0 - 6 years in a range of programs and activities. Get answers to your parenting questions from early years professionals and other caregivers from the community.

Children with differing abilities

In Halton, there are a variety of programs and services for children who have differing abilities. Halton Region and other local agencies are committed to quality services that are based on current research and practices.