Community Living Chatham-Kent provides support and services for people who have an intellectual disability.
Our goal is that all people live in a state of dignity, share in all elements of living in the community, and have the opportunity to participate effectively.
About COMMUNITY LIVING CHATHAM-KENT
Community Living Chatham-Kent is a non-profit charitable organization. In 1955, the agency was started by volunteers and parents of people who have an intellectual disability who wanted to see their loved ones living in and contributing to the life of the community.
Facts about Community Living Chatham-Kent:
o Supports over 550 people and their families in Chatham-Kent
o Services are person-centered and based on individual needs
o Employs more than 270 people
o Approximately 90% of funding comes from the Provincial Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services
o 10% of funding comes from fundraising, fees and sheltered employment revenue
o Community Living Chatham-Kent has developed partnerships with all levels of government, businesses, social service agencies, volunteers, education, health, and the public