Community Living Huntsville – Standing up for your ability to choose.
Contact Carla O’Neill at firstname.lastname@example.org or 705. 789. 4543 Ex. 268 to learn more.
Click on videos to learn about how we can stand up for your ability to choose:
Contact us today to start receiving Community Living Huntsville’s supports and services through the Fee For Service (Passport) Program. You and/ or your loved one who receives support will be supported by trained, qualified professionals who have proven experience supporting people to live, work, learn and engage successfully in their community. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Our Community connects with CLH! Learn more of the work of Community Living Huntsville! Get connected! Join in the movement!
Hundreds have attended- will you? Join us while we celebrate inclusion through hearing stories of the work of Community Living Huntsville and the contributions people who live with the label of a developmental disability have made in our community. The tours are low- key and do not involve walking from place to place. Join us around an intimate table setting and learn more. We can also bring the tours to you to present at your meetings, organizations or clubs. For more information contact Michelle Ainsworth at email@example.com or phone 705. 789. 4543 Ex. 241
We thank all who have hosted our tours and who will be hosting upcoming tours. Our hosts are Ambassadors and leaders in our community who promote inclusion. Thank you to everyone who has attended a tour. In January 2017 we are rolling out new stories- you won’t want to miss this!
Upcoming tour dates- 99 West Road, Huntsville in the “Old Stone Schoolhouse”:
Thank you to Dr. Drew Markham and Janet Markham for coordinating "Huntsville's Got Talent" and for your support and generosity! Thank you to all involved! The event was so much fun!!! We are honored to have been part of it!
Hundreds have attended Community Living Huntsville's "Celebrating Inclusion Tour"- a free one hour presentation about the work of CLH and the contributions people who live with the label of developmental disabilities make in our community. Contact Michelle 705. 789. 4543 Ex. 241 firstname.lastname@example.org to attend. Thank you to all those who have attended and hosted!
BE THE SPARK! Spark change in your community today! Sparks are inspiring people who advance inclusion in their own lives, the lives of others and their communities. We encourage everyone to think of someone they wish to nominate! To nominate someone in the Huntsville community who you feel "sparks change" please contact Michelle at email@example.com or phone 705. 789. 4543 Ex. 241
Brian is an avid volunteer. He volunteers at Habitat for Humanity's Restore, as well as many other places. Recentlly Brian helped Barb Stronach at the Table Food Bank prepare food for the food bank.
Bonnie loves volunteering and the theatre. She recently volunteered her time handing out programs at the Huntsville Theatre Company's production of "A Christmas Carol"
During Community Living Huntsville's Annual General Meeting, Judith Ruan was recognized for all of her wonderful contributions to CLH. Judith has volunteered hours of her time supporting CLH in a variety of capacities- in particular with the "Voices for Inclusion" team and the "Celebrating Inclusion Tours". Thank you Judith!!!
Scott is a leader in the inclusive employment movement in Town of Huntsville, Muskoka, Ontario. He is passionate about his work and his enthusiasm brightens everyone's days. He is an inclusive employer and we look forward to our ongoing collaboration.
April 5, 2017
Community Living Huntsville & Huntsville High School presents: LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL Information on community supports, services and activities for youth and adults Thursday April 27th, 2017 At Huntsville High School, 58 Brunel Rd, Huntsville, ON In the Cafeteria 5:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. MUSKOKA FAMILY NETWORK PRESENTATION “WHAT’S YOUR PLAN?” Carla […]Continue reading
March 24, 2017
“To me, the social part was the biggest win. The next time I am out and I see someone that presented at the tour I will say hello and connect. Connecting people is what stood out for me the most. As a human being in the world the tour really connected with me as an […]Continue reading
March 23, 2017
Community Living Huntsville would like to thank hosts Kareen Burns and Christine Kemper for hosting such a successful “Celebrating Inclusion Tour” on March 22, 2017 Community Living Huntsville’s “Old Stone Schoolhouse” was packed full of so much fun as tour guests gathered to hear stories, have a laugh and connected, all in the name of […]Continue reading
March 23, 2017
Free TEDx- inspired evening comes to Huntsville hosted by Community Living Huntsville. Click on link to learn more: http://www.muskokaregion.com/community-story/7203073-tedx-inspired-evening-on-power-of-belonging-comes-to-huntsville/ Featured in article Carla O’Neill- Community Living Huntsville’s Passport Coordinator.Continue reading
Robinson's Independent Grocers is an inclusive business in Huntsville, Ontario. Thank you Randy Robinson and all of his fabulous team for providing opportunities for people that receive support from our Supported Employment Program!View all employers
Developmental Services Ontario helps adults with developmental disabilities connect to services and supports in their communities.Visit DSO website
April 27, 2017
58 Brunel Road, Huntsville
Community Living Huntsville & Huntsville High School presents: LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL Information on community supports, services and activities for youth and adults Thursday April 27th, 2017 At [...]More information
May 08, 2017
99 West Road, Huntsville, Ontario, P1H 1M1
You can learn more about the work of Community Living Huntsville by attending a free “Celebrating Inclusion Tour”. Through stories, we share the impact of our work and the contributions [...]More information