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Public Comments Covid-19 Update -

Child and Youth Mental Health Services - continue to be available through the crisis line, virtual counselling and outdoor counselling. The Tuesday Walk-In Counselling Clinic has moved to a Call-In Clinic

Coordinated Service Planning - employees have continue to meet and support families and community partners virtually and through in-person, outdoor services. Some in-office sessions based on service participant need are being resumed.

Student Nutrition Programs - continue to support student's access to healthy nutritious food through new partnerships with local Food Banks and Church Out Serving

Licensed Childcare and School-aged Programs - have re-opened (with a reduced capacity) using safe practices as outlined by the Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit and Ministry of Education Guidelines

Family Early Intervention Program - Classroom Facilitators and Resource Coordinators have resumed services while working within the health and safety practice developed by child care program

EarlyON Child and Family Centre - employees are developing creative and fun outdoor activities for children and families. EarlyON sites will start in-person, indoor services in October

Contact Unit - intake and referral services continue to be provided virtually. This includes processing and managing Complex Special Needs. In-person services are available based on need

Union House - is now full (at its reduced capacity) but continues to accept new referrals.. There are many new admission safety practices, including that new residents must quarantine for a 14 day period

Bramble Retreat - program for both children and adults continues to be closed at this point in time.

Developmental Services, Early Childhood Intervention Programs, Adult and Family Counselling Programs, Youth and Adult Justice Services, and Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (FASD) Program - continue to provide virtual services as this is working well for children, youth and families. In-person and indoor services will be available based on need

Legal Name H-N REACH EarlyON Child and Family Centre
Service Details
Hours Tue 1:30 pm-3 pm
Dates Sep-Jun
Areas Served Haldimand County
Eligibility Ages: 12 year(s) and under
Application Call or walk-in * no referral required
Languages English
Fees None
Address and Location
Located In Community Selkirk
Address & Map
Selkirk Public Library
34 Main St W
Selkirk, ON N0A 1P0
Intersection Erie St S and Main St W
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Description (Service) Centres provide opportunities for children from birth to 6 years of age to participate in play and inquiry-based programs and support parents and caregivers in their roles. These centres will offer safe and welcoming environments open to all families across Ontario, with qualified professionals and quality programs. Families and caregivers will be able to find support, advice, make personal connections and access a network of resources  
Operated by Haldimand-Norfolk REACH
Contact Information
Office Phone 519-429-2875
Toll Free Phone 1-866-463-2759
Crisis Phone 1-866-327-3224 * pager 905-540-2718
Fax 519-429-2877
Social Media Facebook
Primary Contact Tammy West, Early Learning and Care Unit Manager; Phone: (Business) 519-429-2875 ext 620; Email:
Alternate Contact Elizabeth VanEvery, Supervisor; Phone: (Business) 519-429-2875 ext 621
Primary Executive Leo Massi, Executive Director; Phone: 1-800-265-8084; Email:

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