Off-Campus Resources - Brantford Area
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Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) – Brant County
203-44 King St., Brantford ON N3T 3C7
The Canadian Mental Health Association is a non-profit organization that offers support services to persons with serious mental illness. Mental Health Promotion activities and public education are provided to increase the public’s awareness of mental health and mental illness.
Aboriginal Health Centre
36 King St., Brantford ON N3T 3C5
The Aboriginal Health Centre offers services to Aboriginal people--Status, Non-Status, Metis and Inuit. The Centre offers Primary Health Care Services including assessment, diagnosis and treatment services. Naturopathic medicine, diabetic foot care clinics and traditional health programs are also offered.
Six Nations Health Services (including Mental Health Services)
1745 Chiefswood Rd., Ohsweken ON N0A 1M0
Offers healthcare services for community members through a range of programs and services, including ambulance, community health clerks, dental services, health promotion and disease prevention, health services nurses, healthy babies/healthy children programs, long-term care/home & community care, maternal child centre, medical transportation, mental health services, New Directions program and social development.
The Canadian Hearing Society
139-225 Colborne St., Brantford ON N3T 2H2
Provides services that enhance the independence of deaf, deaf-blind and hard-of-hearing people and that encourage the prevention of hearing loss. Services include: sign language interpreter services; technical devices for the hearing impaired; counseling services and mental health assessment as well as hearing care counseling in which seniors are assisted with communications difficulties due to hearing loss.
Canadian National Institute for the Blind
67 King St., Brantford ON N3T 3C8
The CNIB offers a range of services for the visually impaired and legally blind and deaf-blind, including rehabilitation and adjustment to blindness programs, daily living skills and seniors programs. The institute in Brantford has an extensive talking book and talking magazine library as well as publications in Braille. The CNIB also has consumer products and technology such as Braille watches and software.
If you cannot use the conventional public transportation system due to a disability you may be eligible to use Operation Lift. Operation Lift is a private non-profit in Brantford providing accessible transportation. Operation Lift provides pre-booked, door to door, transportation service for seniors and persons with disabilities who meet eligibility criteria.
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