At Halton Hills Public Library we recognize that a community includes a diverse group of
individuals. Success comes from working to meet an individual’s specialized needs. To
meet those needs we work in partnership with community organizations to bring services
directly to our community.
ADAPT is a non-profit, outpatient addiction agency in Halton. They offer services for persons with alcohol, drug, gambling, or behavioural addictions. All services are free and confidential. For more information call the ADAPT intake line at 905-639-6537 ext. 0.
Adult Learning Centre
The Adult Learning Center offers tutoring in reading, writing, and math up to grade 9 level, and basic computer skills for work. Prepare for college by enrolling in Sheridan College Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) program. GED Test Prep Program for high school equivalency, is also available. Classes are part-time and tuition is FREE. For more information or to book an appointment at the library call 905-873-2200. Visit the Adult Learning Centre website.
Alzheimer Society of Halton and Hamilton

The Alzheimer Society of Hamilton and Halton offers support for people living with dementia and their families. Programs include FREE education, one-on-one counselling, volunteer visiting, and health promotion programming. For more information call 289-837-2310 or visit the Alzheimer Society website.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Halton Region Branch
The Canadian Mental Health Association of Halton Region provides support to people with mental health and/or addiction concerns. They offer crisis support, case management, peer support, training and education about mental health, addictions, wellness, and workplace health. To inquire about specific CMHA services at the library please call 905-693-4270. Visit the Canadian Mental Health Association website.
Centre for Skills Development
New to Canada? Book an appointment with a Settlement Information Specialist or register for language training classes by contacting or 1-888-315-5521. 
For a complete listing of programs and services, including newcomer services, employment services, academic upgrading, and skilled trades training, please visit Centre for Skills website
Elizabeth Fry Youth Now Counselling
The Elizabeth Fry Society of Peel-Halton offers free counselling for Halton Hills youth age 12-24 years.
To book an appointment at the library call 289-233-1871 or visit the Elizabeth Fry Youth Now Counselling website.
Food for Life
Community fridges sponsored by Food for Life and funded through the Halton Region, are in both Acton and Georgetown branches of the Library. These fridges provide pre-bagged items of fruits, vegetables and other perishables for residents and neighbors in need of food. Fridges are open and accessible during regular library operating hours.
Halton Community Services Directory
Halton Community Services Directory contains information on over 4000 non-profit and
government organizations serving Halton Region. In the video below, we go over how to get started with the Halton Community Services Directory. 
To search the directory visit Halton Community Services Database.
Halton Community Legal Services
Halton Community Legal Services offers free legal help to low income individuals living in
Halton. To book an appointment with a legal professional call 905-875-2069. Visit
Halton Housing Help
Halton Housing Help services help individuals find safe, affordable housing.
To connect with a Housing Support Worker at the library call 311 and ask for Halton Housing Help. Visit Halton Housing help website. 
Halton Multicultural Council
HMC Connections serves newcomers to Canada, and their mission is to help people settle and integrate into a community that is welcoming and inclusive. They are working to make our community welcoming and inclusive of everyone, no matter their immigration status, gender, race, faith, creed or sexual orientation. Due to Covid-19 all programs and services are online. Please visit HMC Connections for more details. 
Halton Region Small Business Centre
The Halton Region Small Business Centre offers help with starting a small business and
developing your existing business.
To book an appointment at the library or to sign up for a program call 905-825-6000 ext. 7900. Visit the Halton Region Small Business Centre website.
ROCK (Reach Out Centre for Kids)
ROCK offers services to improve the lives and relationships of families with children who are
having social, emotional and behavioural concerns.
For more information and to learn about services visit the Reach Out Centre for Kids website.
STRIDE (Supported Training & Rehabilitation in Diverse Environments)
STRIDE supports the employment needs of individuals facing mental health and addiction issues. Programs and services include pre-employment, employment connections, youth employment and employment peer mentoring. To meet with a STRIDE Peer Mentor or Employment Specialist at the library email or call 905-693-4252 to start the intake process!
Therapeutic Paws of Canada: Paws to Read®
The Paws to Read® program offered at Halton Hills Public Library is free of charge. To book an appointment at the library email
VPI Working Solutions

VPI Working Solutions provides employment programs and services, including virtual workshops and one-on-one support, to help job seekers find work. To meet with a VPI Resource Specialist at the library call 905-873-9816. For more information, visit the VPI website.