The Carlington Summit

Community Services

Caldwell Family Centre

Coordinators: Myrna Christopher and Sister Lorena Morris 728-5597
1100 Medford, Unit 20
ESL classes: 724-6052
1100 Medford, Unit 22
Daily drop-in, friendly informal counselling, referrals to services
which can help people find long-term solutions to their problems.
Emergency food bank and direct assistance with other emergency
needs. English and French language classes and citizenship classes
for New Canadians. Open 9 am-12 noon, 1-4 pm, Monday- Friday. 

Carlington Community and Health Services

Director: Mike Birmingham 722-4000
Medical appointments 722-2161
900 Merivale Road
Non-profit community-based organization with an elected board of
directors, provides a range of health and social services
including:Medical services, Foot Care, Chiropractic,
Community Development, Community Nutrition, Good Food Box, Community
Garden, Multicultural Support, Parent-Child programmes (see
Preschooler section), Mental Health Outreach, Services to Abused
Women, Counselling, Child Protection (Children's Aid Society), Home
Support, Employment Services, Community Computer.
Clinic hours
Monday 9 am - 8 pm
Tuesday 9 am - 4:30 pm
Wednesday 9 am - 8 pm
Thursday 1 pm - 4:30 pm
Friday 9 am - 4:30 pm

Carlington Community Chaplaincy

Chaplain: Sue Taylor, 728-9933
Strong Hold Community Home
1465 Caldwell, Apt. 101
A pastoral care team assists the chaplain with pastoral care and
one-to-one visiting in the community. 
Advocacy group Tuesday mornings. Grief Support group Thursday
mornings. Women's Group Thursday afternoons. Support Group Friday
morning. Open drop- inMonday & Wednesday mornings and Tuesday,
Wednesday, Friday afternoons. Saturday night out including 
Community Potluck Supper, first Monday of the month at 5:30 pm,
Bellevue Community Centre. 
Bible Study and worship Thursday evenings. TOPS Tuesday evenings.
Children's programmes: microwave cooking Monday evenings. Story time
for ages 2-5, every afternoon 4-5 pm. Music lessons Saturday

Carlington Police Centre

Constable René Emmell and volunteers
236-1222 ext.5816
Working from an office in Westgate Shopping Centre food court,
Mondays-Fridays 10 am - 4 pm, volunteers and police follow up on
reports of crime and encourage participation in crime prevention
e.g. Neighbourhood Watch, Vials for Life and Auto-Stop.