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

Fleece and Frost Cocktail Lounge

Come enjoy live music by the Southwind Buoys, and the holiday vibes of the Chatham Armoury during the Christmas Season! Bar opens at 9:00 pm!! Chilled out atmosphere!! Chilled out attire! All ticket sales benefit the Children’s Treatment Centre!! Date: December 21, 2019 Time: 9:00 pm to 1:00 am Location: The Chatham Armoury – 44 William St. N., Chatham, Ontario … Read More

Children’s Christmas Party 2019

The Children’s Treatment Centre and Foundation hosted their annual children’s Christmas party for clients and their families during the Christmas in Muskoka week.The evening was filled with food, crafts, entertainment, and a visit from Santa! Over 500 children and families came out for the event. Thank you to all of the staff, volunteers and families who came and helped us … Read More

First Reformed Church donates $4,000

Thank you to the members of the First Reformed Church in Chatham for fundraising over the summer! The Summer Sunday School participated in the Butterfly Building Campaign by donating $4,000 and decorate the inside of their church beautifully with butterflies to recognize donations.We truly appreciate their generosity! Pictured L-R: Stella Verkaik, Dani Betterley, Mike Genge – President of the Foundation … Read More

Adapted Sailing Camp

Sailing Camp was a lot of fun this summer! The Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent has been offering the camp for approximately 10 years. Participants sail in specialized “Access Boats” which are designed to remove barriers to sailing. Our thanks go to the Erieau and Rondeau yacht clubs for their partnerships and continued support.             … Read More

Challenger Baseball

Playing Ball and Creating Opportunities Challenger Baseball is a program that provides an opportunity for children, youth and adults with cognitive and/or physical disabilities to enjoy the full benefits of participating in baseball at a level structured to their abilities. Each week during the season, the young Challenger players have the chance to each get up to bat and run the bases…. … Read More

CK Clicks for Kids

Thousands of Chatham-Kent kids urgently need your help. Our facility is bursting at the seams. Let our politicians know. The CTC needs Chatham-Kent to click for our kids and sign a letter of support to get provincial funding for our Butterfly Building Campaign. With your help to get us more space, all children of all abilities can reach their full … Read More

Ontario Special Needs Strategy – Integrated Rehabilitation Services

Program Guidelines for the Integrated Delivery of Rehabilitation Services (Click here) English version (Click here) French Version ONTARIO SPECIAL NEEDS STRATEGY –INTEGRATED REHABILITATION SERVICES (Click Here) Chatham-Kent Update English (Click Here) Chatham-Kent Update French