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Are you looking to register your child in school? To learn more about Halton's education system and how to support your child's learning, visit:
Explore and become a member of your local library. Halton's public libraries offer fun for the entire family, including activities, book clubs, kids programs and more. Visit your local library's website for information on branch locations, hours of operation, and catalogs.
Do you have a child between the ages of 0-6? Visit one of Halton's EarlyON Child and Family Centres for information on their many programs and activities for parents and children. Get answers to your parenting questions from early years professionals and caregivers in the community.
Finding the right services for your child can be challenging. The following links will help you find information and services on children, youth, and families in Halton region.
HaltonParents (Halton Region)
Support for parents from public health nurses in Halton
Our Kids Network (external link)
A Halton-wide partnership of organizations and agencies serving children and youth. Website includes Halton neighbourhood data, local services and events.
Halton Multicultural Connections(external link)
A community-based settlement agency, providing programs and services to immigrant and refugee communities.
Dial for information on Halton government services.
Dial for emergency services.
Clinics providing 15 minute consultations for parents concerned about their child's development. Children must be 0-5 years of age.
Where to Get Help in Halton (PDF file)
Your guide to community services in Halton.