To refer your child to services, Call 519-758-8228, or use this secure referral link Contact Brant Referral

Parenting Programs

Workshops, Courses, Groups and Events that are free for families, children, and teens

Early Years and Child Care in Brantford/Brant


Resources on Child and Youth Mental Health

About Getting Help
Anxiety Disorders
Bullying-What Parents of Adolescents Need to Know
Bullying-What Parents of Elementary School Children Need to Know
Bullying-What Parents of Young Children Need to Know
Identifying Signs of Stress in Children and Teens
Starting with the Facts
Understanding Depression
Understanding Suicide
What to Expect from Children’s Mental Health Providers
What You Need to Know
The Important Poetry
Parents for Children’s Mental Health
Mind Your Mind
Kids Help Phone
MCCSS Updates
Right By You- Ask the right questions.  Discover the best times and places to talk. The more you talk about the little things, the easier it is to talk about the big things.


Resources on Child and Youth Developmental Services

The transition to adulthood for youth at age 18 is an important time because there will be significant changes in services and school.
Assistance for Children with Severe Disabilities
Assistive Devices Program
Special Services at Home
Ontario Special Olympics Brantford


Resources on Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder

The Autism Parent Resource Kit
Ontario Autism Program (OAP)
Autism Ontario Potential Programme


Resources on Children and Youth with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

Provincial Updates
FASD Strategies not Solution
FASD Caregiver Support Group




Other Resources

Acquired Brain Injury
Child Care – OneList Brantford/Brant
Gender Independent Children
Play&Learn Web Resources