Superior Propane Donates $4,325

Thank you Superior Propane for your generous donation of $4,325 from your wildly successful Charity BBQ! The Superior Program Charity BBQ took place in Chatham on June 25th, offering $5 – 20lb propane fills with proceeds from BBQ sales and cylinder fills being matched and donated to the CTC Foundation. We are endlessly grateful for the support of our local … Read More

Festival of Giving Raises $160,800 for the Centre!

CHATHAM, ONTARIO – The Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation’s annual Festival of Giving was held on Saturday June 25, 2022 in a virtual setting, hosting the event with the theme of “Rock the Block”. This rock-themed fundraiser was the 21st annual event, raising a total of $160,800 needed to support the Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent. As the Centre’s largest annual … Read More

RBC Foundation donates $25,000

RBC FOUNDATION SUPPORTS CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH The RBC Foundation donates $25,000 to Children’s Treatment Centre’s Life Links Program CHATHAM, ONTARIO (June 5, 2022) – The RBC Foundation, through their Youth Mental Well-being Project, donated $25,000 to the Children’s Treatment Centre’s Life Links program. The Children’s Treatment Centre’s Life Links program supports children and youth with special needs, transitioning into adulthood, … Read More

Mother’s Day Campaign Launches

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 04/26/2022 CTC- Foundation Launches Mother’s Day Appeal in support of the Children’s Treatment Centre (CHATHAM, ONTARIO) – Monday, April 25 the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation launched their Mother’s Day appeal, in support of the Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent. Donations towards this campaign will be used to offer important therapy for children with special needs within Chatham-Kent. … Read More

Festival of Giving is going Virtual June 25, 2022

Festival of Giving will Rock the Block this summer CHATHAM ONTARIO (April 13, 2022) –  On June 25, 2022, the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation will host its annual Festival of Giving virtually with a summer event, “Rock the Block”. Break-out the grill, blender and gather your family for an exciting evening in your own backyard, with entertainment, fun and a … Read More

And the CK Charity 50/50 Winner is…

Chatham, ON – On March 2, 2022 the winning ticket for the CK Charity 50/50 Raffle was drawn and the winning ticket was purchased by Tammy Howell of Merlin. Tammy was awarded the jackpot prize of $46,685. “I am not sure what I will do with the money. This is a great surprise! Maybe I will put it towards a … Read More

CTC-CK Engages Colliers Project Leaders as Project Management Team for new Capital Building Project

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2022/02/16 (CHATHAM-KENT) – The Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent (CTC-CK) is pleased to announce that Colliers Project Leaders (Colliers) have accepted the role as the Project Management Lead for the new CTC-CK Capital Building Project. “Our goal is to advance our progress in building a new children’s treatment centre for the children and families of Chatham-Kent. Throughout … Read More

Ontario Building New Children’s Treatment Centre in Chatham-Kent

Modern facility helping meet increasing demand for special needs services in the region CHATHAM-KENT — The Ontario government is improving access to services for children and youth with special needs and their families in Chatham-Kent and the surrounding area by investing in a new 55,000 square foot building for the local Children’s Treatment Centre. The new Children’s Treatment Centre will connect … Read More

Community Foundation Grants CTCF $5,000

(December 17, 2021) – Thank you to everyone at the Chatham Kent Community Foundation and the South Kent Wind Community Fund for helping to fund the Bridging the Gap program at the Centre. This will provide a nurse practitioner consultation, to enable support for 12 clinics per year. Our highest need children have complex needs that require follow up and coordination … Read More

Plasman Donates Mobility Device to the CTC-CK

(CHATHAM, ONTARIO) – The Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent received a donation of an Explorer Mini device from Plasman. This power mobility device is designed to aid in the achievement of early childhood milestones by encouraging self-initiated movement for children with mobility impairments. Used during therapy sessions, clients decide where they want to go and explore. The equipment’s design to … Read More