4043 Maple Road
Offers support services to individuals with leukemia/lymphoma and myeloma and their families. Copay assistance is available to eligible patients with certain blood cancer diagnoses to help with insurance copayments and insurance premiums Free education programs and materials Peer support for patients undergoing treatment Family support groups Fundraising Public awareness and education in public schools
2119 W Genesee Street Road
Provides an evidence-based lifestyle change program to reduce or delay type 2 diabetes for people who are prediabetic or ask risk of type 2 diabetes.
307 Packetts Landing
Offers psychological supports, including assessments, individual and family counseling, art therapy, survivor support groups, peer counseling, and other services for children and adult burn survivors or those affected by experience with fire. Offers annual weekend retreats for adults and young adult burn survivors, as well as a camp for chidren ("Camp Courage"). Offers school and work re-entry programs for burn survivors. Provides community education and community awareness on fire and burn …
Elm and Carlton Street
Provides cancer research, treatment and education. Offers support groups.
601 Elmwood Avenue
Provides comprehensive health care services and support to MDA families.
518 James Street
Provides support, information, socialization, and activities for those with visual or hearing impairments.
919 Westfall Road, Bldg C, Suite 100
Offers supportive services for persons with Huntington's Disease and their caregivers. Mutual support group for those with Huntington's Disease and those at risk. Dissemination of information on Huntington's Disease. Care and education to all affected by Huntington's Disease through the Huntington's Disease Family Center. Education of professionals toward better understanding, treatment and care of Huntington's Disease. Clinical research and drug trial observations.
Offers monthly meetings that provide information to patients and families in regards to Heart disease. Meet and greet before the meeting, provides coffee, tea, cookies, and crackers along with apples.
3399 Winton Road S
Offers stroke survivors and caregivers an opportunity to share their experiences and support others.
3071 County Complex Drive
Provides services and programs for individuals with disabilities and other challenges and their families that include: Aging Services for all populations Broker services Respite Residential habilitation Independent living skill training Day services Recreation services for children Supported employment and placement services Residential services Vocational training Autism Services at Ontario ARC Bus transportation for participants Pet Connection - a training for individuals interested in …