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Non-Profit Organizations

Able Sail Kingston

Programs offering recreational and competitive sailing instruction for persons with a disability. Participants in the “Learn to Sail” and “Come Sail Away” programs sail in untippable, specially designed dinghies and sailboats such as the 16 ft. “Martin 16”.

Kingston Yacht Club, 1 Maitland Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 2V3 

phone  613-548-3052

email  ask@kingstonyachtclub.ca


Autism Ontario - Kingston

361 Montreal Street, Kingston, ON, K7K 3H4 (Extend-A-Family Kingston, Bagot Street Entrance)

phone  613-507-7896

email  kingston@autismontario.com


Canadian Diabetes Association

Voluntary health organization that helps people affected by diabetes and their families through education, support and advocacy. Provides public education about incidence, symptoms, management and prevention of diabetes.

541 Days Rd, Unit 10
Kingston, ON K7M 3R8

phone  613-384-9374

Toll Free: 1-800-226-8464


Canadian Hearing Society

A not-for-profit agency and the leading provider of services, products, and information that remove barriers to communication.

Frontenac Mall
1300 Bath Rd, Unit D4
Kingston, ON K7M 4X4

phone  613-544-1927

tty  1-877-817-8209

Toll Free: 1-877-544-1927


CNIB

Provides community-based support, knowledge and a national voice to ensure Canadians who are blind or partially sighted have the confidence, skills and opportunities to fully participate in life. Specialists and volunteers work with people of all ages in their own homes and communities - providing the services, tools and support they need to rediscover their independence and pursue their goals.

826 Princess St
Kingston, ON

phone  613-542-4975

tty  613-542-4975

Toll Free: 1-866-842-9071


Frontenac Community Mental Health Services

Frontenac Community Mental Health Services is a non-profit private corporation which offers a continuum of services in Frontenac County for people with a serious mental health illness. Programs/Services include: Family Resource Centre, Vocational Program, Professional Residential Support.

385 Princess Street, Kingston

phone  613-544-1356

email  info@fcmhs.ca


H'art School

H'art School is a non-profit, charitable organization helping adults with intellectual disabilities reach their highest potential through arts and education.

Goodlife Fitness
237 Wellington St
Kingston, ON K7K 0B5

phone  613-545-1392


Independent Living Centre Kingston

Independent Living Centre Kingston is a community based cross-disability not-for-profit organization that promotes inclusion and full participation in the community for persons with disabilities.  Programs/Services include: Access to Employment , Peer Support, Computer Training, Access to Technology, Access Kingston Online - a guide to accessible buildings & services in Kingston.

298 Concession Street, Kingston

phone  613-542-8353

email  info@ilckingston.com


Kingston Community Counselling Centres (K3C)\

K3C is a not-for-profit agency governed by a volunteer board of directors. Funding comes from a variety of sources, which allows K3C to offer professional counselling at an affordable cost or for certain programs, no cost.

417 Bagot Street, Kingston

phone  613-549-7850

email  kccc@k3c.org


Learning Disabilities Association of Kingston

993 Princess St. Unit 110
Kingston ON
Canada
K7L 1H3

phone  (613) 546-8524

email  ldak@ldakingston.com


March of Dimes

To maximize the independence, personal empowerment and community participation of people with disabilities.

920 Princess Street, 3rd Floor
Kingston, ON K7L 1H1

phone  613-549-4141

Toll-free: 1-888-686-0663

fax  613-549-6321


Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada - Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Chapter

Voluntary health organization for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) * offers support to people with MS * provides public education and information * fund-raises for research * a resource for funding of assistive devices and home support.

637 Norris Crt E, Unit 3
Kingston, ON K7P 2R9

phone  613-384-8500

fax  613-384-8706

email  msking@kingston.net


Muscular Dystrophy Canada

Muscular Dystrophy Canada’s dedicated volunteers and staff across the country raise funds and work hard to support the independence and full participation of Canadians with neuromuscular disorders, fund research to find a cure and improve the quality of life of people with neuromuscular disorders, assist our clients to participate in the decisions that affect them, and collaborate with others for social change.

Suite 901
2345 Yonge St.
Toronto, ON  M4P 2E5

phone  416.488.2699

Toll-free: 1.800.567.2873

fax  416.488.0107

email  infoontario@muscle.ca


NEADS

The National Educational Association of Disabled Students is a consumer organization, with a mandate to encourage the self-empowerment of post-secondary students with disabilities.

Rm. 426, Unicentre
1125 Colonel By Drive
Carleton University
Ottawa, Ontario, K1S 5B6 Canada

phone  613-380-8065

Toll-Free: 1-877-670-1256

fax  613-369-4391