Here are some helpful links to help you navigate your way around the Developmental Services and community resources
Your access point for adult Developmental Services
Learn what services and supports are available to help people with a developmental disability participate fully in your community.
Learn about developmental services and find services and support for people who have a developmental disability and are older than 18.
Learn how to get financial and employment assistance if you don’t have enough money for things like food and housing, or if you have a disability and are in financial need.
Use the ReportON telephone line, email address or TTY service to report actual abuse, suspected abuse and/or neglect of adults with a developmental disability directly to us.
211 is a helpline that easily connects people to the social services, programs and community supports they need.
Your Legal Rights shares legal information resources produced by nonprofit organizations across Ontario.
Support Professionals and Students in the Field of Developmental Disabilities
People First of Canada is the national voice of people who have been labeled with an intellectual or developmental disability. We are about rights – human rights, citizenship rights, accommodations rights and language rights. The right to freedom, choice and equality for all.
Need legal help? If you qualify and have a legal issue we cover, we will pay for a lawyer to help you.
ARCH is dedicated to defending and advancing the equality rights, entitlements, fundamental freedoms, and inclusion of persons with disabilities with low income in Ontario.
Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) works to improve the standard of living and quality of life for all Canadians.