Serving more than 17,000 people
in our community each year.

Lutherwood is a progressive, not-for-profit health and social service organization that provides mental health, employment, and housing services in Waterloo Region and Wellington County. For over 50 years, we have grown to care for more than 17,000 people annually, with diverse and intersectional identities, within our community.

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Please note, if you or a loved one are in immediate danger of hurting yourself or others, please call 911. Lutherwood does not offer a 24 hour emergency response service.
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Latest Announcements

Sep 6, 2022

Read our 2022 Community Report: Hope and Courage

It is hard to be strong when faced with adversity, especially over such a long period of time. But hope and courage are often the best tools for moving forward. Our Community Report 2022 offers some great examples of people who did just that in their own life journey.

Aug 3, 2022

Welcome to Lutherwood's New Website!

Lutherwood has worked closely with Studio Locale, a local marketing and development agency, to create a clean and bright updated website full of new features!

Apr 12, 2022

26,000 Steps Will Make a Big Difference

The demand for mental health services has surged as a result of the pandemic, and Lutherwood is counting on its annual Steps for Kids fundraising walk to raise funds that will support children and youth with their mental health issues.

Dec 9, 2021

Lutherwood Employment Launches Refer a Friend Program

We are encouraging current and past clients of Lutherwood’s Employment Services to refer a friend, family member, or even a neighbour to access our free services for job seekers.

Aug 24, 2021

FASD Support Groups Offer a Safe Space

The Waterloo Region FASD Action Group is pleased to announce that the Parent/Caregiver FASD Support Group and the Virtual Support Group for Adolescents with FASD will both resume this fall with funding from Health Nexus and the support of Lutherwood.

Aug 16, 2021

Read our 2021 Community Report: Pandemic Perseverance

Our Community Report for 2021 is filled with stories about people who overcame great obstacles and who built a better life. They never gave up just as we will never give up on our mission.

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Lutherwood Launches New Virtual Resource Centre
Want to access employment tips and resources anywhere, anytime? Registered clients can now access our library of resume, cover letters, interview tips and more in our brand new virtual resource centre! Speak to an Employment Advisor to get started.
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New Housing Search Support Sessions
Lutherwood’s Housing Services now offers Housing Search Support Sessions! Designed to help navigate through today's market rent housing in the Waterloo Region, our Housing Search Support Sessions are held virtually online learning. These learning experiences are facilitated by one of our Housing Advisors, with sessions held every month!
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Thank you, Mikela Correia at Royal LePage Wolle Realty!
The Lutherwood Child and Family Foundation is grateful to Mikela Correia at Royal LePage Wolle Realty for donating women’s necessities, such as feminine hygiene products to Lutherwood’s Safe Haven Youth Services. Mikela has been working hard since February 2021 with her Access to Necessities, Period Campaign to collect and distribute menstrual products to various local organizations that care for and support those in need. Mikela and her new campaign partners, the GEMINI Agency and The Home Narrative, “hope to contribute to ending period poverty and ensuring everyone has access to necessities, period.”
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Grateful for Community
We love hearing from our donors about why they support the community. In 2020, Nimesh Das was looking for meaningful employment and sought the help of Lutherwood’s Employment Services. With the support and guidance of one of Lutherwood's Employment Services staff members, he found a full-time role that he truly enjoys. Wanting to share his gratitude for the help he received, Nimesh has become a donor to the Lutherwood Child and Family Foundation with the hopes of helping others in need. Thank you, Nimesh for your support of others living in our community.
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