The Community Hub
The Hope Centre is committed to strengthening our community by attending to the basic needs of its citizens.
Our community hub, The Hub, has become a home to a variety of organizations and community groups. The Hub offers individuals a central access point to a range of social services under one roof.
Our programs and services work to create positive opportunities for individuals and families and support an individual's capacity to be self-sustaining.
Below are the services offered in The Hub.
The District School Board of Niagara will be providing the Literacy and Basic Skills program to the citizens of our community. The DSBN will work with clients to improve general literacy and life skills: manage money and time, utilize a computer and gain skills and confidence to return to school and/or gain employment.These services will be offered at The Hope Centre at 570 King Street on Mondays,Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00am- 2:45pm.
CASON is "committed to excellence in providing client-centered services for people seeking healthier lives!" CASON offers a variety of counselling services for individuals and families affected by alcohol, drugs, or gambling problems. Their services at The Hope Centre are easily accessed by calling their main office at 905-684-1183.
The Canadian Mental Health Association is a catalyst for an innovative, inclusive and recovery-based community. Their services offered at The Hope Centre include Community Support and the RealWork Employment Program. Their services are easily accessed by calling 905-641-5222 Monday to Friday 8:30am-4:00pm
The YWCA is "committed to social change and work to create a community that supports women in need and provides support through each step towards financial stability and independent living". Their services offered at The Hope Centre include women's transitional housing supports as well as the WARM program. Their services are can be easily accessed by calling the Transitional Housing Support Worker directly at 905-650-6883
Ontario Addiction Treatment Centre improves the lives of individuals living with the devastating effects of drug addiction, and lessens the adverse impact on families and society as a whole through the provision of a range of harm reduction and supportive treatment modalities. Their services can be easily accessed by calling: 289-820-8730 and within The Hope Centre on the second floor at 570 King Street.
For more information about becomming part of our hub of services please contact Shannon Munro, Community Hub Coordiantor at