An Update from The Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent

02/12/2020 An Update from The Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent The Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent is excited to be progressing with plans for the new Centre. The Centre has received $300,000 from the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS) to update and finalize the size of the new build, confirm layout and to determine the best flow … Read More

Smile Cookie Campaign Raises $34,970

CHATHAM, ONTARIO (November 17, 2020) –From September 14-20, Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign supported charities in communities across the country, including the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation of Chatham-Kent – one of 550 Canadian charities, hospitals and community programs supported through the annual campaign. During that week, local Tim Hortons owners, the Pritchard family and Mike and Paula Grail donated local … Read More

HandyBros ClimateCare & Employees give $20K to CTC Foundation

(Chatham, ONTARIO) –  Thursday, November 5, HandyBrothers ClimateCare presented the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation with a commitment of $20,000 in support of their Butterfly Building Campaign. Employees of HandyBros are generously contributing $7500, with the company adding $12,500 for a total of $20,000. The Children’s Treatment Centre provides services to 1 in 5 children and youth in Chatham-Kent, with 1,300 … Read More

Virtual FOG Raises $177,500 for CTC Foundation

CHATHAM, ONTARIO – The Festival of Giving was held on October 17, 2020 in a new way, “Until we can FOG again”. The annual fundraiser, which raises important funds needed for the Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent, collected $177,500 Saturday night while be held virtually for the first time because of the COVD-19 pandemic. The Centre’s biggest fundraisier typically attracts … Read More

Festival of Giving goes Virtual

On October 17, 2020, the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation will host its annual Festival of Giving in a new way, “Until we can FOG again”. With restrictions on social gatherings put in place because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the CTC Foundation has had to pivot and plan for a virtual event, while still raising important funds needed for the Children’s … Read More

Smile Cookie Campaign

CTC Smile Cookie Web Banner 2020

SAVE THE DATE! Tim Hortons Smile Cookies will be here soon! We’re excited to be a part of this project and can’t wait to see how much the community can raise. Buy yours from September 14-20. Chatham, Dresden and Wallaceburg Tim Hortons locations will participate in the national, week-long Smile Cookie campaign, donating all of the local proceeds from every … Read More

La Sertoma Scholarship Applications

La Sertoma International has scholarship opportunities available for application. Rose Runzler Scholarship Form LaSertoma International Financial Statement Form Please submit applications by May 15, 2020 to:

The CTC-CK is recruiting a Volunteer Board of Director

If you have: A passion for helping others optimize the quality of their life A strong sense of community   As a volunteer board member you will: Participate in the Centre’s governance process Contribute your unique knowledge and experience as part of the board team Gain satisfaction in being part of a progressive, caring organization Develop new relationships with other … Read More

How to Access Therapy and Support Services During Covid-19

The Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent’s building is currently closed to the public, but staff are working hard. We are accepting referrals by voicemail, emails or fax (519-354-7355). Therapists are supporting the needs of new referrals, and continue to serve our caseload. If you are an existing client, you will know that our staff have been reaching out during this … Read More

Mother’s Day Campaign

A Message from Jackie Lundy, a CTC Parent As Mother’s Day approaches, I stop to think of my role as a mother of a little girl with special needs. Sydney is a delight to us every day, but being her mother is not without challenges. Families with children with special needs have higher than normal care expenses for their little … Read More