Meet Our Members
AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA)
ACCKWA is one of 31 AIDS Service Organizations (ASOs) supporting people at risk, living with, and affected by HIV, hepatitis C and other sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBIs) in Ontario. They host four separate clinics providing primary care to key populations, HIV prevention, HIV and STI testing, and HIV specialist care to people living with HIV.
1770 King St E
Alzheimer Society of Waterloo
Alzheimer Society Waterloo Wellington supports persons living with dementia and their families, in living well with a dementia diagnosis. Programs and services are designed to help people remain supported, active, engaged, informed, safe, and in control of their health throughout the dementia journey by providing education, social work support and social/recreational opportunities for people living with dementia, their care partners and families.
831 Frederick St.
Bloom Care Solutions
Care Delivery. Reinvented. Bloom connects Health Care Professionals with patients by combining technology with the highest quality, fully vetted Care Pro’s to help facilitate easy scheduling, Care Pro matching & tracking; while empowering full patient-choice. All ongoing care is easily managed through the platform – by the user, user’s family, or a Coordinator on behalf of the patient - enabling flexibility, real time communication, and on demand care delivery.
Canadian Mental Health Association Waterloo Wellington
The Canadian Mental Health Association Waterloo Wellington (CMHA WW) provides a full care system for those with addictions, mental health or developmental needs. Serving everyone from children to adults to seniors, all under one roof. CMHA WW programs help individuals and families to lead lives filled with meaning and promise.
80 Waterloo Ave
Guelph, N1H 0A1
Carizon Family and Community Services
Specializing in children and adult mental health and community services, Carizon’s mental health and wellbeing programs range from early intervention and prevention to intensive trauma treatment services. At Carizon, individuals and families receive coordinated services to ensure that they obtain the breadth of help needed to embark on their healing journey. Carizon is a recognized leader in trauma, family violence, youth engagement, mental health settlement support for newcomers, financial education, and community development.
400 Queen Street South
Centre for Family Medicine Family Health Team
The Centre for Family Medicine, Family Health Team's vision is to create a healthier community through the provision and transformation of comprehensive patient-centred primary care. They have a rostered population of over 26,000 patients in the KW4 area with a primary care physician as part of the Centre for Family Medicine FHO. The FHT services all of these patients with a team-based approach to care, as well as offers other programs to our community within a primary care lens.
25 Joseph Street (corner of David and Joseph Streets)
Kitchener, Ontario N2G 4X6
City of Kitchener
The City of Kitchener’s community vision is that together, we will build an innovative, caring, and vibrant community. Within the community, there are a number of strategies and initiatives that are moving Kitchener towards achieving this vision. These strategies include the Age-Friendly Kitchener action plan, #lovemyhood (Kitchener Neighbourhood Strategy), Youth Strategy and recently the Mayor’s Task Force on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
200 King Street West,
City of Waterloo
The Corporation of the City of Waterloo is a committed team of volunteers, staff and elected officials who provide leadership and delivery of efficient and effective services to support a vibrant and prosperous community (mission under review in 2019). Waterloo is world-recognized for discovery, and is a city built on the strengths of our people and centred on entrepreneurship and opportunity, creating a vibrant, sustainable, welcoming and prosperous community. Within our community there are several strategies & initiatives which are moving Waterloo towards achieving our vision.
100 Regina Street South
PO Box 337, Station Waterloo
Community Care Concepts of Woolwich, Wellesley and Wilmot Townships
Community Care Concepts is a non-profit charitable organization that provides services and supports that assist seniors and adults with unique needs to live independently in their own home across the rural Townships of Woolwich, Wellesley and Wilmot.
929 Arthur St. S.
Community Support Connections
CSC works with more than 600 volunteers to help more than 8,000 older adults and adults with disabilities live in their own homes with independence and dignity. The organization focuses its services under four focus areas to maximize impact: nutrition, physical health, social wellbeing, and aging at home, which includes homemaking and snow removal.
61 Woolwich St. N.
P.O. Box 29
Family & Children's Services of Waterloo Region
The Family & Children's Services (FACs) of Waterloo Region works to respond and work together with families, their supports and our communities to protect and care for children who have been abused or neglected, or who are at risk of being abused or neglected.
200 Ardelt Avenue,
Grand River Hospital Corporation
GRH is one of Ontario’s largest community hospitals, offering regional stroke, cancer, and renal (kidney) services; care for the most seriously ill and injured adults; services for mothers, newborns, and children; emergency care; mental health and addictions; and care for older adults including physical and neurological rehabilitation. GRH provides exceptional care through inspired people, innovative initiatives and strong partnerships in the communities it serves.
P.O. Box 9056
835 King St. West
Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
Home and Community Care Support Services Waterloo Wellington
Home and Community Care Support Services organizations coordinate in-home and community-based care for thousands of patients across the province every day. Assess patient care needs, and deliver in-home and community-based services to support your health and well-being. Also providing access and referrals to other community services, and manage Ontario’s long-term care home placement process.
141 Weber Street South,
Hospice of Waterloo Region
The organization provides pychosocial, emotional, practical, and spiritual supports to individuals and their families in home, long term care, residential hospice and hospital settings utilizing community volunteers. The organization delivers palliative education through the Palliative Pain & Symptom Management Consultation program providing education to provider nurses, PSWs, physicians and allied health workers in the community. They also provide community engagement and education on hospice palliative care, advance care planning, caregiver education and understanding death and dying in the community.
100 Solstice Way
House of Friendship
House of Friendship is a Waterloo Region-based nonprofit organization that provides food, housing, addiction treatment and neighbourhood support to individuals and families. Building a strong, healthy community where everyone has a future with possibility, hope and opportunity.
51 Charles St. E
Independent Living Waterloo Region
Independent Living Waterloo Region is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating choice and support for people with disabilities to live independent lives. Through a variety of self-directed programs, Independent Living partners with people with disabilities to increase opportunities while promoting accessibility and inclusion in our community. Whether educating children through puppetry, helping businesses offer accessible customer service or offering programs to support people with disabilities directly, everything they do is centered around accessibility and inclusion.
127 Victoria Street South Suite 201
K-W Seniors Day Program
K-W Seniors Day program is a non-profit community day service dedicated to promoting health, wellness, and dignity for older adults in the community who live alone or with a care partner and who would benefit from a supportive day program service.
250 Laurelwood Drive, Waterloo, Ontario
KW Habilitation is a local not-for-profit organization that provides a wide range of individualized services and supports to children with any special need and adults with developmental disabilities. They believe that a good life is fostered through early learning supports, inclusive living services, community involvement, and employment supports.
99 Ottawa Street South
KW Multicultural Centre
The Centre provides a wide range of services to thousands of clients throughout Waterloo Region (and beyond) and hosts one of the biggest Multicultural Festivals in Canada every year. Some services include Interpretation and Translation, English language skills, Lets Talk Youth KW, Settlement services, Job and Career, Refugee Services, and more.
715 Fischer-Hallman Road, Suite 401
Kitchener Downtown Community Health Centre (KDCHC)/ Sanctuary Refugee Health Centre
The Centre promotes awareness and advocates for changes in their community to encourage a broader focus for health and reduce health care access barriers. The Centre relies on a combination of creative thinking and intentional partnerships to ensure responsiveness to the downtown community.
44 Francis Street South
Kitchener-Waterloo Midwifery Associates
KWMA is a group of eight highly skilled and diverse registered midwives with over 140 years of combined experience. Midwives are regulated primary care practitioners specializing in low-risk pregnancy, birth and postpartum care.
926 King Street West
Lisaard & Innisfree Hospice
Throughout nearly 30 years of combined history, Lisaard & Innisfree Hospice is proud to provide exceptional palliative care for adults with a life-limiting illness, supporting them and their family through the end-of-life journey and into bereavement.
2375 Homer Watson Blvd
Kitchener N2P 0E9
Lutherwood is a large, multi-service nonprofit organization that provides services across the lifespan to people at seven sites in Waterloo Region and Wellington County including service hubs for mental health, employment and housing in Cambridge and Kitchener. Lutherwood’s mission is: “We inspire hope and strengthen lives by offering high quality mental health, employment and housing services.” Lutherwood Children's Mental Health Services serve children, youth and their families as they cope with serious emotional and behavioural challenges. Providing programs and services including a school day program, residential treatment as well as community-based support, emergency shelter, Safe Haven Youth Services, Health-Connect, and Employment Services.
285 Benjamin Rd
New Vision Family Health Team
New Vision Family Health Team is a multi-disciplinary team of professionals committed to excellence in the provision of high quality, patient-centered primary healthcare services offered in a caring, coordinated, and responsive manner. Working together with our patients, New Vision Family Health Team will achieve optimal health outcomes in preventive care and disease management. Working together with our many academic partnerships we will provide an environment of teaching, learning, and evidence-based medicine to benefit all.
421 Greenbrook Drive Unit 23B
Parkwood Seniors Community
Parkwood Mennonite Home, a faith-based, not-for-profit, registered charitable organization is a campus of care offering independent, retirement, assisted living and long-term care. The organization’s vision “a community for all” uses its Mennonite roots and continued support of 23 Mennonite Churches as a solid foundation to provide care and services to the local community.
726 New Hampshire St
Ray of Hope
Ray of Hope provides programs and services for youth who are experiencing issues with addictions, involved in the criminal justice system and have barriers to employment. Ray of Hope also provides programs and services to those in our community who are experiencing poverty and homelessness and newcomers to Canada.
230-659 King St. East
Reception House Waterloo Region
Reception House Waterloo Region (RHWR) is a charitable organization, which has been providing services to government assisted refugees (GARs) for over 30 years. Programs assist refugees throughout their settlement and integration process, enabling them to lead healthy and productive lives in their new community. Programming supports newly arrived refugees to access services and navigate various systems, including healthcare, to ensure positive settlement outcomes. Specifically related to healthcare, RHWR collaborates with the Centre for Family Medicine (CFFM) to run the Refugee Health Clinic that provides primary healthcare to all GARs. RHWR has also developed projects that support social integration, youth development and employment, all of which are carried out in partnership with other organizations and groups in the community.
101 David St.
Region of Waterloo
The Region of Waterloo provides more than 60 per cent of municipal services in Waterloo Region. The Region provides a wide range of services directly and indirectly to the community, including: services for public health, social services, region-wide planning, heritage, rural libraries, major transportation routes, water supply, sewage treatment, solid waste disposal, recycling, ambulance service, the airport, Provincial Offences Courts, public transit, community housing and emergency planning.
150 Frederick St.,
SHORE Centre offers exceptional and inclusive sexual and reproductive health services in our community that uphold the dignity of everyone.
130-235 King St. E.
Sanguen Health Centre
Sanguen is a community-based charitable organization that helps people living with or at risk of acquiring hepatitis C as well as other complex needs such as addiction, mental health and homelessness using a harm reduction approach with an emphasis on inclusivity.
29 Young Street East
Schlegel Villages Inc.
The Schlegel Family’s mission to offer a true sense of home and belonging for older adults is fuelled by their passion and commitment to learn from the residents they serve and the team members and partners who bring the vision to life. Village teams strive to meet the individual needs of every person, recognizing that each person has different abilities and aspirations.
325 Max Becker Drive
Kitchener, Ontario N2E 4H5
St. Mary's General Hospital
Located in the heart of Kitchener, St. Mary’s is home to the Regional Cardiac Centre, Regional Chest Program and Regional Eye Program. St. Mary's is the second-largest acute care hospital in the St. Joseph’s Health System with a team of over 2,000 staff, physicians and volunteers dedicated to ensuring patients receive the highest-quality care possible.
911 Queen’s Boulevard
Stonehenge Therapuetic Community
Stonehenge is a modified therapeutic community founded in 1971 as a long-term residential treatment program for men and women with a history of chronic substance abuse. Stonehenge also offers a board range of community programs across the harm reduction continuum including housing, outreach, community withdrawal, support coordination and services for pregnant and parenting women, rapid access addiction clinics, peer-led overdose response and drug court.
60 Westwood Road
Sunbean Community & Developmental Services
Sunbeam Community & Developmental Services offers a wide range of services and supports to people in the community. Sunbeam Community Living Services (CLS) division offers residential programs including seventeen group homes and two overnight respite sites, serving the care, accommodation and support needs of children and adults in Waterloo Region. They also have the Sunbeam Developmental Resource Centre (SDRC) and are also the host agency for Developmental Services Ontario (DSO) Central West Region.
2749 Kingsway Drive
Ontario N2C 1A7
The Working Centre
The Working Centre is a nonprofit organization with charitable status. It's main projects give people access to tools to create their own work combined with continuous ways of learning and co-operating. The Working Centre organizes its projects into six areas; the Job Search Resource Centre, St. John’s Kitchen, Community Tools, Access to Technology, Affordable Supportive Housing and the Waterloo School for Community Development.
58 Queen St. S.
Thresholds Homes and Supports Inc.
Thresholds Homes and Supports is a recovery-oriented, community-integrated agency that focuses on improved quality of life and enhanced independence for people experiencing mental health issues by providing access to affordable housing and flexible, individualized support. Thresholds offers a range of mental health services, including ACTT, FACT, supportive housing, crisis respite, case management, and more. Assisting with individuals in the communities of Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, and Guelph-Wellington.
236 Victoria Street North, Unit 2A
Traverse Independence assists adults with acquired brain injuries (ABI) and physical disabilities traverse the distance between where they are today and where they dream of being - independent and self sufficient. The organization's programs are dedicated to maximizing our clients' abilities to live independently and to support them on their journey of growth.
1382 Weber Street East, Unit 1
Kitchener, ON N2A 1C4
University of Waterloo
At the forefront of innovation, Waterloo champions a culture of curiosity, exploration, risk-taking, entrepreneurship, global stewardship and leadership. Bringing bold ideas and brilliant minds together — inspiring innovations with global impact today and in the future.
200 University Avenue West
Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G1
Waterloo Region Nurse Practitioner Led Clinic
Nurse Practitioner Led Clinics (NPLCs) improve the quality of primary care in their communities by providing well person care, health promotion, disease prevention, chronic disease management, and care co-ordination for their registered patients. Through a collaborative practice approach which includes Registered Practical Nurses, collaborating Family Physicians, Social Workers and Pharmacist, Nurse Practitioners in NPLCs provide comprehensive, accessible, and coordinated family health care services to individuals and families who, prior to joining the NPLC, did not have access to a primary care provider.
13 Water Street N
Woolwich Community Health Centre
Offering primary health care to registered clients of Woolwich Community Health Centre. Primary health care responds to clients’ needs from infancy to old age. Providers address acute and chronic health needs, preventive care, rehabilitative care and palliative care. The WCHC also provides community programs for the priority population that may experience greater barriers to health or barriers to accessing health resources in the rural and townships area.
10 Parkside Drive
PO Box 370
St. Jacobs, ON
eHealth Centre of Excellence
eHealth Centre of Excellence is passionate about improving the quality of patient care through the effective and innovative use of enabling technologies. They are a leading trusted advisor to primary care practices – facilitating their adoption of technology, with the goal of improving quality, efficiency, and effectiveness of patient care.
235 The Boardwalk, Suite 301