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Caroline Families First

The Caroline Families First program is collaboration between the Caroline Family Health Team in Burlington, local pediatricians, Parents for Children’s Mental Health and ROCK. Developed as a new model of care, this program is designed to improve how services work together for children and youth with significant mental health challenges and their families. Care Coordinators and Family Support Provider teams work closely with each family to achieve their unique goals, advocate for their family’s needs, and help to develop a network of supportive, community relationships.

Danielle's Place - Eating Disorder Support and Resource Centre

Danielle's Place provides prevention and early intervention programming in order to best support those up to age 17 struggling with disordered eating.


EarlyON Child and Family Centre

ROCK is the EarlyON Child and Family Centre for the Burlington Community. EarlyON offers a variety of programs and services for you and your family in several locations throughout Burlington. Children up to age 6 and their parents/caregivers take part in programs together. All EarlyON programs are offered free of charge.


ROCK Early Years

ROCK Early Years offers Breastfeeding Support programs and Early Learning Programs for parents, caregivers and their children up to 6 years of age.

Our Early Learning Programs include:

  • Infant Massage
  • Baby Picassos
  • Baby Explorers
  • Toddler VanGogh-Go
  • Mini Monets
  • Birthday Parties


Halton Families for Families

ROCK has been part of a coalition of organizations to develop the Family Engagement Initiative in Halton Region known as Halton Families for Families. The goal of the Family Engagement Initiative is to create a place for families who have been impacted by a child or youth’s mental health challenges to come together in supportive and meaningful discussions and to create a growing, caring network of families.


Halton FASD Collaborative

The Halton FASD Collaborative consists of dedicated professionals and parents who represent 31 Halton-based service agencies. ROCK is a proud member of this collaborative. Our mission is to respond to the unique needs of children, youth, adults (birth to 24 years) and their families affected by FASD in Halton Region ensuring that FASD can be identified early and that residents of Halton who are living with the effects of FASD and their families/caregivers receive the support they need to live satisfying lives.


Trauma Program

ROCK’s Trauma Program consists of a Trauma Group for Parents/Caregivers, Trauma Assessments, and Trauma Specific Therapy. ROCK’s Trauma Team works with families to determine if a comprehensive trauma assessment is needed to support and direct Trauma Specific Therapy.


Our Community Cares (OCC)

This program works within the community to empower people and to help build skills in adults and children who are at risk for mental health problems. There are locations at Burloak and Warwick-Surrey housing developments.


Ontario Autism Program (OAP)

If your child or youth has a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) from a qualified professional, you are eligible to receive services in the Ontario Autism Program (OAP). These services will be flexible, individualized and family-centred, and based on a clinical assessment of your child’s or youth’s unique needs. Services are not defined by your child’s age or the severity of their autism. All behavioural services delivered in the OAP are evidence based and integrate best research evidence into the decision making process. 

Independent Clinical Review Process:

The new Independent Clinical Review Process (ICR) for the Ontario Autism Program (OAP) is now available. The ICR offers families and their children the opportunity to have key components of their OAP Behaviour Plan reviewed by a team of independent clinical reviewers. For more information on the ICR, please visit ontario.ca/autism or contactniagara.ca.

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The PAH! program is a partnership between ROCK and the Bob Rumball Canadian Centre of Excellence for the Deaf. PAH! provides confidential, family-centred care where everyone is treated with respect and dignity and the services are collaborative and strength-based. The specialized services for Deaf and hard of hearing clients takes into consideration the unique cultural and linguistic needs of the people we work with. To facilitate access and communication, services are provided in American Sign Language (ASL), and English.  The team consists of both Deaf and hearing staff members. The team utilizes ASL/English Interpreters, Spoken Language Interpreters as well as Deaf interpreters.  

Email: pah@rockonline.ca

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Positive Space Network

The Positive Space Network (PSN) is a network of community social service agencies and local businesses working together to create safe and inclusive spaces for LGBTQ+ communities. PSN runs LGBTQ+ youth support groups across Halton.

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