|Record #: NIA1528||Last Modified: 09 Sep 2020||Last Full Update: 09 Jun 2020|
|Areas Served||Niagara Falls|
|Located In Community||Niagara Falls|
|Address & Map||
4129 Stanley Ave, Unit 2
Niagara Falls, ON L2E 7H3
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|Intersection||Stanley Ave and Thorold Stone Rd|
|Service and Access Details|
|Description (Service)||Transportation: Assists with the cost of transportation to out of town emergency appointments such as emergency medical appointments. Documentation must be provided to receive a bus ticket or gas vouchers. Families can also receive local transit tickets from Project SHARE to return home after accessing service.
Clothing Referral: Partners with Goodwill Industries and St. Andrew’s United Church Shoulder to Shoulder Program to provide clothing necessities for families living below the poverty line in Niagara Falls. Clients can obtain a referral letter from Project SHARE to receive clothing items such as jackets and boots from one of these agencies. Note: Project SHARE does not accept donations of used clothing.
Prescriptions/Eyeglasses: Funding available to assist clients with emergency prescriptions. Families can access this program once per year. Staff may be able to assist the client obtain the necessary medications required through other funding sources. Not able to help with any pain-killers or narcotic products. May be able to provide financial assistance toward the purchase of eyeglasses.
Dental: Limited assistance available for qualifying individuals for teeth cleaning. Brushed Aside partner agency: Limited assistance available for the treatment of pain/infection or dentures provided through a partnership with the United Way and other local agencies.
Jumpstart: Niagara Falls partner for Canadian Tire Jumpstart. The program assists children ranging from age 4 to 18 with the cost of playing organized sports and recreational activities up to $600 per child per year. Clients can also apply online.
CTFS Jumpstart Snacks n' Sneakers Program: Provides new backpacks, running shoes, school supplies and snacks to school aged children in low income families. Client registration takes place in July and supplies are distributed in August.
|Hours||Client hours Mon-Fri 10 am-3 pm|
|Eligibility||Individuals and families living below the poverty line.|
|Physical Access||Fully Accessible|
|Legal Status||(50) Non Profit|
|Service Categories||Clothing Vouchers ; Medical Expense Assistance ; Medical Expense Assistance ~ Oral Health Issues ; Recreation Related Expense Assistance ~ Youth ; School Supplies ; Transportation Expense Assistance|