This page includes contact information and helpful links to Community Services and Recreational Facilities for Georgina residents.
211 Ontario is an essential service that connects Ontarians with the information and support they need. It's available 24/7 and staffed by trained experts who can give you valuable information, referrals, and help. 211 Ontario is a central hub for information about community and social services. 211 Ontario makes it easier for individuals and families to access the help they need. Creating a stronger, more connected community for all.
York Region's UpHub
Up Hub is York Region’s go-to online and print community resource navigator for local social services in mental health, addictions and developmental disabilities, as well as a peer-based platform for people to share their stories and uplifting experiences to help others.
Georgina Community Food Pantry
The Georgina Community Food Pantry is located at the Link and helps to provide food to residents experiencing food shortage.
Addiction Services Central Ontario (ASCO)
For nearly 40 years, Addiction Services Central Ontario (ASCO) has been a leading government-funded treatment provider for substance use, problem gambling and mental illness.
Alzheimer Society of York Region
The Alzheimer Society of York Region offers support, education, navigation and Day programs to people impacted by dementia. Learn about the organization's history, partners, leadership team, career opportunities and more.
Canadian Neuropathy Association
The goals of the Canadian Neuropathy Association is to provide education to neuropathy patients, their families and their Doctors; conduct research and share information obtained as a result of that research.
Diabetes Canada is the nation's most trusted provider of diabetes education, research, resources, and services.
Hospice Georgina is a visiting hospice; a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to serving the residents of the Town of Georgina and Georgina Island.
Multiple Sclerosis of York North
Managing Multiple Sclerosis. MS is not curable, but it is manageable through treatments and lifestyle adjustments. Get support from MS Canada.
York Region - Keswick Adult Day Program Alzheimer's and Related Dementias
York Region - Keswick Adult Day Program is a day program for adults including social, recreational and therapeutic group activities for people with Alzheimer's disease or associated dementia helps caregivers provide day-to-day care.
1-877-464-9675 ext. 76079
Affordable Housing - York Region
York Region administers and funds subsidized housing in all nine cities and towns, providing individuals, families and seniors with low- to moderate-incomes. Find out about Affordable Housing in York Region
905-830-4444 ext. 0
1-877-464-9675, ext. 0
Homelessness Community Programs - York Region
Residents in York Region who are at risk of becoming homeless or experiencing homelessness are encouraged to contact the York Region Emergency Housing Central Intake Line at 1-877-464-9675 ext. 76140. This phone line is answered 24 hours a day seven days a week including holidays.
For more information on available supports, call Access York at 1-877-464 9675 Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or visit york.ca/EmergencyHousing.
CHATS - Community Health Assistance to Seniors
CHATS - Community Health Assistance to Seniors delivers client-centred programs and services for older adults based on their unique wants and needs.
Club 55 is Georgina’s older adult active programming centre - an exclusive space where adults 55 years or older can come together to relax, socialize, meet new friends and have fun!
Members have access to special events, lunches, outings, programs, leagues and more that will not only keep you physically and mentally active, but connected socially to peers and to the community as a whole.
Club 55 – Keswick, Pefferlaw or Sutton
905-476-9972, ext. 2
York Region – Long-term care and support
York Region provides services to promote the health, well-being, safety and independence of individuals requiring care. Services such as adult day programs, client intervention and support, convalescent care, long-term care homes and the short-stay respite programs are available to all residents. York Region is committed to the highest quality healthcare standards. Learn more about Long-term Care and Support in York Region.
York Region Transit (YRT)
Plan your trip with York Region Transit. Easily locate the closest stops, upcoming schedules, route maps, and other services available to you.
York Region Transit (YRT) - Mobility On Request
Mobility On-Request offers two types of service: Paratransit and the on-request service.
Mobility On-Request Paratransit
Mobility On-Request Paratransit is York Region's door-to-door, shared ride, accessible public transit service for people with disabilities. To use this service, you must meet specific eligibility criteria. Visit the Registration and Eligibility page to learn more.
This is YRT’s on-request transit service. It is a ride-sharing service that allows you to request transit when and where you need, within select service areas. No application process is required. Visit the Service Areas page to learn more.
65+ Service: 1-866-744-1119
Youth and family services
Childcare – York Region
York Region helps make child care more affordable for families with low and moderate income, by offering a Child Care Fee Subsidy that reduces the amount of money that families have to pay licensed child care providers to care for their child(ren) under the age of 13. This is a first-come-first-served program.
Community Living Georgina
Community Living Georgina provides support and services to individuals with developmental disabilities, offers day programs, community outreach support program, respite care, summer camp (outdoor and indoor), supported independent living, home share and group homes.
Family Services York Region
Are you having difficulty coping with life’s challenges? Family Services York Region provides counselling and community based cultural support services in York Region.
25202 Warden Ave
Sutton West, Ontario L0E 1R0
Family Violence Support York Region
Family Violence is the abuse of power within a family or a relationship where one person trusts or depends on another. Any person in a family can be a victim of violence; man, woman, child or elderly.