Community Organization/Program Search has a compressive list of supportive organizations within Chatham-Kent.
Salvation Army - Community & Family Services
19 Raleigh St,
Salvation Army offers several different services such as food, clothing and furniture assistance to those in need. They also have specialized support programs which target a specific need in the community.
Support and assistance available to those in need of adequate, affordable, permanent housing in Chatham-Kent. Some of the supports offered include:
- homelessness & emergency housing
- utility crisis fund
- affordable housing lists
- landlord mediation
Chatham-Kent Women’s Centre
CK Women's Centre provides services to women and children facing violence or abuse. Some of the services they offer include:
- 24 Hour Crisis Support
- Emergency Shelter & Transitional Housing
- Crisis & Outreach Supportive Counselling
- Child Witness Program
If you are a victim of abuse, help is available 24 hours/day, 365 days/year.
The Women’s Centre is located:
20 Sandys St., P.O. Box 641
Chatham, ON N7L 4YS
Crisis line: 519.354.6360
Chatham-Kent Mental Health Association (CKMHA) Lambton Kent
CKMHA provides services and support to anyone who is experiencing symptoms or has been diagnosed with a mental illness.
Support and education is also available for family members of individuals who are experiencing a mental health crisis.
Services include but are not limited to:
- Telephone crisis intervention
- Stabilization of the crisis situation
- Mobile service
- Suicide prevention
- Crisis follow-up
CMHA Lambton Kent has two main offices located at:
CMHA Lambton Kent Head Office:
240 Grand Ave. West, Suite 100
Chatham, ON, N7L 1C1
Wallaceburg Outreach Office:
939 Dufferin Ave.
Wallaceburg, ON, N8A 2V8
24 Third St
Chatham ON 519.436.6630email:
Victim Services works in cooperation with the Police, Emergency Service Personnel and Community Partners to assist victims of crime and/or tragic circumstances.
Refuge offers a wealth of information and support to women in all different types of situations.
Some of their services offered include:
- Free pregnancy testing
- Counseling options
- Pre-natal & post-natal workshops
- Baby supplies
They are located at 39 Grand Ave W, Chatham On Phone: 519.352.3576
Loads of Love
127 Colborne St
Loads of Love works with a network of other community agencies to provide clothing and household items to those in need.
They also have a thrift store location which sells gently used furniture, clothing and household items to the general public.
United Way of Chatham-Kent
United Way of Chatham-Kent is a local, independent, not-for-profit organization. They support a network of agencies that provide vital program to people in our community including: single parents, abused women, families, young children & teenagers, the elderly, those are homeless or may be physically challenged.
They offer programs such as:
- Operation Cover up
- Backpacks for Kids
- Prosperity Roundtable
- Meeting basic needs, such as Food banks, Shelter, and Jobs.
211 is a three-digit phone number and website that provides information and referral to community and social services in Ontario.
Representatives are caring, understanding and knowledgeable, and pride themselves on their ability to connect you with the services you need.