If you are in crisis, contact our 24/7 ROCK Crisis Line at 905-878-9785.
E-learning and Events
E-learning and EventsRock2021-12-07T09:39:28-05:00
Rockonlearn offers e-learning opportunities on a variety of topics, such as:
Building Positive Spaces
Youth Mental Health
Rockonlearn also offers learning opportunities through recorded story time for children birth to age six. Additionally, the website hosts the application for post-secondary student placements. Click here for placement applications.
ROCK events are offered by a number of our program teams, and may include:
Check here to see what each program is currently offering, and to register for an event, click “Book Online.”
Danielle’s Place offers a range of groups for female-identifying and non-binary youth ages 8-16. These groups support individuals who have been identified as being at risk of an eating disorder diagnosis and may be struggling with low self-esteem, body image concerns, dieting behaviors, over-exercise, negative self-talk, etc.
Foundational Family Services are parent workshops intended to empower caregivers with the knowledge and skills to help support their child with Autism. Foundational Family Services are free for those registered for the Ontario Autism Program (OAP). Please have your OAP Reference Number available before registering.
The Positive Space Network builds community and creates safer spaces for 2SLGBTQ+ youth ages 6-24 in Halton Region by creating youth-focused programming and by providing mental health support.
ROCK Hubs operate out of two locations in Burlington, providing integrated services and supports, increased access to mental health, and early intervention and prevention services, for children birth to 17 years, and their families.
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) services provide consultation, coaching, education, training, and service coordination to families, caregivers, and professionals who are supporting children and youth with suspected or diagnosed FASD.
ROCK is excited to offer psychoeducational webinars and workshops throughout the year.
EarlyON provides a welcoming and inclusive space for all children, ages birth to six years, and their families to participate in programs on-site, virtually, and outdoors.