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|Organization / Program Name(s)||Located In||Description (Brief)|
|Alcohol Babies||St Catharines||A Christian charity which provides education, advocacy and support for individuals affected by prenatal alcohol exposure (fetal alcohol spectrum disorder), and for their loved ones, in a confidential ... [More]|
|Consumer/Survivor Initiative of Niagara||Welland||A consumer/survivor group that offers support, education, information, advocacy and self-help groups for consumers of the mental health system. Includes both the Anglophone and Francophone communities ... [More]|
|Guardian Angels Program||Virgil||Advocate improved care for residents in Ontario's long term care homes to ensure that residents are provided with consistent and quality medical care, psychological and physical therapy support. The G ... [More]|
|MS Society of Canada, Ontario & Nunavut Division||Toronto||A national organization that works to support Multiple Sclerosis research and assist people with Multiple Sclerosis and their families through education, information and referral, support, advocacy an ... [More]|
|Niagara Health Coalition||St Catharines||Dedicated to the support and protection of universal publicly-funded Medicare. The Niagara Health Coalition was established during serious cuts and ongoing threats to healthcare system, including hosp ... [More]|
|Southern Network of Specialized Care, Building Health Care Capacity Initiative||Hamilton Mountain Central||To ensure that individuals with a developmental disability, including those with mental health disorders or significant behaviour or emotional difficulties (dual diagnosis) have access to health care ... [More]|