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Organization: Children's Services Council of Victoria County  
Phone Numbers: 705-328-3606
Fax: 705-328-3932
Email: admin@cysc.ca
Website: www.cysc.ca
Address:
205 McLaughlin Rd Ste 202
Lindsay, ON
K9V 0K7
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Service Description: Linking children/youth and families with services in the community that best supports their complex needs.

Information Provision - Evaluate requirements and determine the kinds of services and funding sources required.

Consultation - Service Coordination is available for consultation to meet directly with the requesting party (family, child, professional or agency) to identify specific services and to assist in accessing services. The Service Coordinator can also attend agency or school meetings to support service planning and to help the involved parties navigate the service system.

Community Care Conferencing - Available if the child’s needs cannot be addressed through information sharing and/or consultation services. Through this process, a Lead Agency or Case Manager is identified. Then, one or more community case conferences takes place with the goal of generating an Integrated Service Plan to present a holistic approach to meeting the needs of the young person and his/her family. At these conferences, individuals from the following areas may be in attendance: education; child welfare; developmental services; children’s mental health; youth justice; health care; employment support; and other supportive individuals invited by the young person or his/her family to participate.

Four Counties Flexible Fund - An agency may make an application, on their client’s behalf, to access funds that will purchase a support or service that is beyond the community’s capacity to provide. The Four Counties Allocations Committee meets regularly to review these applications.

Resource Library - A small resource library where books are available on a variety of topics including: parenting, bullying, behaviour management, divorce, collaborative problem solving, substance abuse, self-esteem, social skills, anxiety and healthy communities.

Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Children 0-19 years living in the City of Kawartha Lakes or Haliburton County, that have special needs that require support
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
City of Kawartha Lakes ; Haliburton County  
See Also: Children and Youth with Disabilities

This information was last completely updated on July 31, 2017

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