Remote Service Available During COVID-19

To support families and children, our staff are working remotely and have access to their voice mail and email. We encourage you to contact the Centre by phoning us at 519-354-0520 or emailing us at info@ctc-ck.com.  You can also connect directly with a clinician if you know their extension or email address. We will connect back with you. We are … Read More

UPDATE – Novel Coronavirus COVID-19

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and concern about the health and safety of our clients, volunteers and staff, the Children’s Treatment Centre is now closed to the public. All services, appointments, pool programs and community recreation programs are cancelled and will be rescheduled after the Centre has re-opened. We are continuing to support and help families through phone and email … Read More

Festival of Giving Rescheduled to Fall 2020

With great concern for public safety in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation of Chatham-Kent has made the difficult decision to reschedule Festival of Giving from April 18, 2020 to October 17, 2020. We have faith that supporters of this long-running charitable event will appreciate that we are taking the most responsible action possible at … Read More

Over the Edge 2020

CTC FOUNDATION AND BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS PARTNER TO GO OVER THE EDGE Be a part of Chatham-Kent’s most unique summer fundraiser. REGISTER HERE (CHATHAM, ONTARIO) – The Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Chatham-Kent are partnering this year to go ‘Over the Edge’. The second annual event is coming to Chatham-Kent on Saturday, June 20th … Read More

Sons of Kent & Apollo Group of Companies Donate $32,392.50

CHATHAM, ONTARIO – Sons of Kent Brewing Company was incredibly excited when approached by the Festival of Giving team to collaborate on a beer with one of the greatest baseball players of all time and hometown hero, Fergie Jenkins. “Being able to make a beer with Fergie Jenkins has been an incredible experience, but having the ability to use that … Read More

Festival of Giving 2020!

On April 18, 2020, the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation is hosting its 19th annual Festival of Giving! It will feature top-notch entertainment, speciality drinks, food, a ride home, silent and live auctions, and a few surprises! Dust off your leg warmers, crimp your hair, fluff up your bangs, pull on your leggings and break it down….  I want my MTV, … Read More

Desjardins Agent presents $4,000 grant to Butterfly Building Campaign

Part of Desjardins Insurance GoodSpark Community Grants Program Chatham, Ontario January 13, 2020 –  Local Chatham Desjardins Agent Scott Stanley today presented a cheque for $4,000 to the Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent. The funds were part of the Desjardins GoodSpark Community Grants Program, and will be used to support their Butterfly Building Campaign. Desjardins Insurance is providing over $271,000 … Read More

Business After Hours – JAN 15

Please join us for the Chatham-Kent Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours, special Not-for-Profit evening. Date: January 15, 2020 Time: 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm Location: Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation of Chatham-Kent (355 Lark St, Chatham) This is a chance to showcase the work and contributions your organization provides to our Municipality and citizens of Chatham-Kent! If you are interested … Read More

Holiday Message & Hours

Warmest wishes for a safe and happy holiday season from the Children’s Treatment Centre and Foundation! Please note that the Centre will be closed for the holidays starting 4:00 pm December 20, 2019 and will reopen on Monday, January 6, 2020 at 7:45 am. If you are interesting in leaving a donation for the Foundation during this time, please contact … Read More

Give the Gift that Gives Back!

Your gift this year will help Chatham-Kent children with special needs reach their full potential. Please donate today. In 2016 at 8 months old, Bentley was diagnosed with MeCP2 Duplication Syndrome, a rare, progressive neurological disorder that primarily affects boys. Most people with this condition have low muscle tone in infancy, feeding difficulties, poor or absent speech, seizures that may … Read More