Community Living Huntsville (CLH) would like to be able to serve all people in our community who live with a developmental disability, to have a good life, enjoying the same rights and freedoms, and being able to have the same expectations as other community members; to have a job, friendships, a decent place to live, and feeling the sense of belonging that comes with being included and valued. This includes those who do not meet the Ministry of Community and Social Services eligibility criteria.
For more information about Investing In Inclusion and/ or if you would like to donate please click on this link:
Freedom volunteered for the Band on the Run on Saturday June 11 alongside fellow volunteers in Huntsville and helped with making sure all the runners had food to eat at the end of their run. Photo by Nancy Weber
From left Rob Alldred-Hughes, Bev Leslie-Suddaby, Ryan O’Connor, Debbie Stone, Brenda Wood, Pamela Leeder, Margo Cybulski and Nancy Weber Brenda, Margo and Ryan like to garden but they also like to give back to the community- they are donating their organic produce to the Huntsville Hospital. They are looking for community members to join the free gardening club- contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Wendy has been working for the Great Vine facing shelves and sorting the clothing. At the end of her shift she takes a short break with her co-worker Shannon. Wendy likes to pay attention to detail and does a very thorough job of setting things right at the store. Photos by Nancy Weber To offer someone an opportunity and connect with our Supported Employment Program call 705. 789. 4543 Ex. 241
You can learn more about the work of Community Living Huntsville by attending a 1 hour “Inclusion Tour”. Through stories, we share the impact of our work and the contributions people with developmental disabilities make in our community. You are welcome to bring your friends, colleagues or family to our Inclusion Tours. Visit our website for more info and dates
It didn’t take long for Clayton Earl, local musician, to receive a brand new donated guitar for Spencer- he did what most people might do when someone they know needs help- he posted on Facebook and reached out to his friends, colleagues and family for assistance. Clayton is Spencer’s music teacher. For full story please visit our "Latest News" section.
Community Living Huntsville supports people to LIVE, WORK, LEARN and PLAY within their community and we support people to DREAM BIG! :)
Golfing at Deerhurst : A group of golf enthusiasts meet once a week and have created meaningful connections- Thank you to Ron, Bob, Roy, Zach,, Gary, Rick- Each week a group of dedicated golfers and their friends meet at the Deerhurst Lakeside Golf Course.The objective of the program is to teach the participants how to play golf, learn about the game and golf etiquette and have fun!
We are very excited to have this sign installed on the old stone schoolhouse at Community Living Huntsville! A huge THANK YOU to Dallas Clarke of Hypervision signs who found bolts from the 1930s era to add to the sign. It's beautiful! Thank you!
August 25, 2016
Join Circles® and find out how YOU can help reduce poverty in Huntsville AN INFORMATION MEETING will be held on Wednesday 14th September in the Community Room at Robinson’s Independent Grocers about a new initiative coming to Huntsville in The Fall: Circles®. Circles® is a community-based initiative creating intentional relationships across economic boundaries to reduce […]Continue reading
August 25, 2016
5th Wheel Training Institute is visiting The YMCA Employment Service in September. Please see the attached poster for further details.Continue reading
August 23, 2016
Community Living Huntsville is hiring- please visit our “Careers” section of our website for details on how to apply and to view details about the positions. We are hiring for Residential Supports, Community Participation/ Supported Independent Living Supports and Casual Relief Positions.Continue reading
August 18, 2016
Back by popular demand…… Community Living Huntsville is hosting our 4th Annual Autumn Brunch on Sunday October 2nd at Grandview’s Mark O’Meara Clubhouse. Community Living Huntsville has been providing supports and services for more than 50 years in North Muskoka and employs about 80 people and provides support to around 80 adults and 80-100 children and their […]Continue reading
Developmental Services Ontario helps adults with developmental disabilities connect to services and supports in their communities.Visit DSO website
August 01, 2016 - August 31, 2016
1014 Dwight Beach Rd, Dwight, P0A 1H0
Born in Muskoka on the Autism Spectrum, Tristen found his way into belonging through his love of books and movies from Dwight’s very own shelves and through his love of [...]More information