Resources, Research, Impacts & Articles


211 Ontario – 211 is a free and confidential service that easily connects people to the critical social and community supports they need.

Community Navigation of Eastern Ontario – Our mission is to connect you to the community resources you need every day. Whether you’re looking for helpful programs and services in your area, the latest local news or free meals lists—find it all here. Plus, learn how the 211 helpline can help you navigate many of life’s challenges.

Developmental Services Ontario – Developmental Services Ontario (DSO) is the access point for adult developmental services funded by the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS) in Ontario. There are 9 DSO agencies located across the province; serving different counties and regions. If you have a developmental disability, live in Ontario, and are 18 years old you must apply through DSO to see if you are eligible to receive adult ministry-funded supports available in your community.

Ministry of Children, Community and Social ServicesServices for adults with Developmental Disabilities – Learn about developmental services and find services and support for people who have a developmental disability and are older than 18.

The Health Line – Find local health and community services across Ontario.

Ottawa Social Housing Registry – The Social Housing Registry of Ottawa (The Registry) is a non-profit organization that maintains the central waiting list for people applying for rent-geared-to-income (RGI) housing. The Registry keeps the list according to rules set out by the Province of Ontario in the Housing Services Act, 2011. The Registry includes housing providers and community housing agencies working together to make it easier to apply for subsidized housing in Ottawa

OC Transpo Program – Ottawa’s Travel Training Program


All Aboard! Re-evaluating ABLE2’s Onboard Process

The Fetal Alcohol Resource Program: Analysis of Supports Provided to Individuals and Families Impacted by FASD

Responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic Challenges for Families with Children Impacted by Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Ontario Trillium Foundation Transition to Adulthood Pilot Project for Young Adults with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

A Feasibility Study for a Housing Trust for Adults with Intellectual Disability in Ottawa-Carleton


Ottawa Morning with Robyn Bresnahan – Ottawa’s Travel Training Program reaches a milestone (Next stop: Freedom and self-determination!)


The Hill Times Healthcare resourcing is failing Canadas most vulnerable children

BBC Transporting Stories, which features Daniel from Ottawa who learned how to navigate the bus system thanks to OC Transpo