The Halton Hills Public Library can connect you with resources related to your health and wellness.

Cognitive care kits

Cognitive Care Kits help support the skills and abilities of people living with a cognitive impairment from Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, Parkinson’s disease, or Huntington’s disease. The collection of fourteen unique kits contains a variety of prepared games, puzzles, creative activities and books that help exercise the mind, retain skills and encourage social engagement.

First-time borrowers must attend an Introduction to Cognitive Care Kits session. During this training each item is explained and demonstrated. After completing the session, you may borrow kits without attending another information session.

While the library branches are closed, we are offering the Cognitive Care Kits Information Session online. Please click on the button below to start the information session:

Cognitive Care Information Session

All Cognitive Care Kits are listed in our Catalogue

Community organizations
The Halton Hills Public Library partners with a number of community organizations to bring services directly to our community.
Hiking the hills backpack kits

Hiking the Hills Backpack Kits were created in partnership with Halton North Peel Naturalist Club and the Bruce Trail Conservancy – Halton Chapter.

The kits are for you to view and experience the area’s beautiful natural surroundings and wildlife. Backpacks include binoculars, compass, flashlight, Halton Hikes Loops & Lattes Guide, Lorimer Field Guide to 225 Ontario Birds, Plants of Southern Ontario Guide and The Bruce Trail Reference Maps and Trail Guide. All Hiking the Hills Backpack Kits can be found in our Catalogue

Conservation Halton Parks Membership
Passes are free to borrow with your HHPL Library Card. Passes provide complimentary day access for one vehicle and its occupants at any Conservation Halton Park. Use is subject to Conservation Halton's admissions and reservations policies. Browse our library Catalogue for all passes.
Online magazines and other resources
Search our databases to find health and wellness information from reference books, encyclopedia, magazines, professional journals, and other trustworthy sources.
  • Canadian Reference Centre: You can access articles from over 1,000 magazines and journals, including health-related ones such as Alive, Consumer Reports on Health, Harvard Health Letter, Men's Health, and Prevention.
  • Consumer Health Complete: Learn about health-related topics specific to your needs. This database covers multiple viewpoints from mainstream to holistic medicine. 
  • MasterFILE Premiere: This database provides access to more than 1,600 magazines, reference books, and primary source documents. It also contains an image collection with photos, maps and flags.
  • Discover books and more in our library Catalogue
Ontario Parks - day permit passes
Passes are free to borrow with your HHPL Library Card. Passes provide complimentary day-use access for one vehicle and its occupants at more than 100 Provincial parks where fees are normally charged.  Browse our library Catalogue for all passes.
Toronto Region Conservation Authority and Credit Valley Conservation Pass

Passes are free to borrow with your HHPL Library Card, and include access for general admission and special discounts to Credit Valley Conservation, and Toronto and Regional Conservation Parks. You can access the following parks with this pass: Albion Hills, Badlands, Belfountain, Black Creek, Boyd, Bruce’s Mill, Glen Haffy, Heart Lake, Island Lake, Ken Whillans, Kortright, Petticoat Creek and Terra Cotta. Browse our library Catalogue for all passes

Town of Halton Hills community activity and service guides
These booklets are your one-stop guide to recreation programs in Halton Hills. Ask for a copy at either of our branch locations or visit Recreation to view the guide online and learn more about activities in Halton Hills.
Town of Halton Hills trail maps
Ask for a trail map at one of our branch locations or visit Trail Maps for more information about hiking in Halton Hills.