About CLNH

Providing Support and Services to Children and Adults with Special Needs in Halton Hills and Milton since 1955

Community Living North Halton envisions a society that honours and protects the innate value and equality of each one of its people without discrimination.  We provide support to individuals with special needs and disabilities in Milton, Georgetown and Acton.

We believe that all persons should have the right to experience the security of unquestioned inclusion in their community neighbourhoods in Halton Hills and Milton.

We believe that all persons should have an equal opportunity to maximize their quality of life; to choose their unique life course with respect and dignity; to accept the responsibility and consequences of these choices, and to expect support within the resources of the community.


What's New

February 3, 2018 – Bonspiel

Did you know we hold an annual Bonspiel Fundraiser? February 3, 2018 will be our 9th year!  It’s a blast, and the proceeds from the event help support our important Recreation and Leisure programs, such as ‘Friday Friends’, ‘Saturday Centre’ and the ‘Drop In’. Space is limited! If you’d like to enter your team contact Pat Hall today at pathall44 …

Sunday Sing

Sunday Sing

2017/2018 year of Sunday Sing starts October 15, 2017. Everyone is welcome to come at 3:00 pm for a time of singing, sharing and caring. We hope you can come with your staff and enjoy an afternoon with us. Please try to come right at 3:00 if possible so that we can get started on time. Note different locations on different …

FASD – Free Case Conferences for Families & Caregivers

For Families and Caregivers supporting someone with diagnosed or suspected Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)     The Halton FASD Resource Team offers free case conferences to Parents & Caregivers who would benefit from: ❒ A better understanding of the needs of individuals living with FASD ❒ Shared beliefs and priorities ❒ Coaching with an FASD perspective ❒ Expand skills and knowledge …

FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder)

Training and Case Conferences. TRAINING FOR PARENTS/CAREGIVERS AND PROFESSIONALS SUPPORTING SOMEONE WITH DIAGNOSED OR SUSPECTED FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDER (FASD)   At the training you will learn: 1. How prenatal exposure to alcohol affects the brain 2. How FASD impacts behaviour and functioning 3. An intervention framework for supporting individuals with FASD 4. How to improve transitions and advocate for appropriate supports Two-Day …