If your family is experiencing a mental health emergency—if you fear self-harm or harm to any person—call 911 or go to your nearest hospital immediately.
“How do I know if I need help?” Consider these 3 Questions.
Find out about free EarlyON services for children and their families—right in your neighbourhood!
Zero to Three is an important stage of life. Learn more about early learning and development and parenting.
Complete a (quick, free, online) developmental screening for your child—a “check up” on his/her skills and behaviours based on age.
Interested in your child attending a FREE childcare or preschool learning program? Inquire about Chatham-Kent Childcare Subsidy, find out more about choosing quality child care, learn about local child care programs/locations, and sign up here!
Wondering about autism? Here’s a helpful guide to autism screening and assessment from the Miriam Foundation.
For parents and caregivers of children with a disability—Chatham-Kent Respite Services (and more).
CKCS' Autism Transitional Classroom is made possible in partnership with St. Clair District School Board, and with funding provided by United Way of Chatham-Kent.