The Cowan Foundation $100,000 Grant Supports Children’s Mental Health CentreJanuary 18, 2018
A $100,000 grant from The Cowan Foundation enabled Lutherwood to reduce wait times and improve treatment and academic outcomes by restructuring its mental health treatment and academic program delivery.
Winter/Spring 2018 Zero2Six Consultation ServiceDecember 22, 2017
Front Door is offering one-hour confidential consultation service for parents of children up to age six.
Raymond James Partners with Umind.ca To Help Deliver Canada’s Premiere Online Resource for Child & Youth Mental Health Care ProfessionalsDecember 6, 2017
Toronto, Ontario… In a new and exciting partnership, investment dealer Raymond James Ltd., is now Presenting Sponsor of Umind.ca
Lutherwood Celebrates National Housing Day WRNovember 16, 2017
Did you know that since April 1, 2017 Lutherwood Housing Services, located in Cambridge and Kitchener, have had approximately 4000 visitors inquire about or use our Resource Centres?
Experience Ontario Conference for Youth Taking Place October 5thSeptember 27, 2017
The Ministry of Education is hosting a one-day regional Experience Ontario conference on Thursday, October 5th.
Volunteers needed for Region of Waterloo Transit StudySeptember 18, 2017
Lutherwood is taking registrations for a Region of Waterloo research study on affordable transit.
Read our 2017 Community Report: Support for the FutureJuly 21, 2017
Each year, we take pride in publishing our Community Report because it offers you a glimpse of what we have accomplished thanks to your support.
Our Guelph Employment Centre has moved!July 7, 2017
UPDATE: our new location is now open at 89 Wyndham St. N. on the 3rd floor!
Mentoring Program Helps Both Internationally Trained Professionals and Guelph CompaniesJune 22, 2017
Guelph – Being new to Canada can be very challenging as newcomers must adapt to a different culture, language, work standards and job market.
RBC Helps Families Access Mental Health SupportJune 13, 2017
Royal Bank of Canada has provided $150,000 of funding that will help children and youth struggling with their mental health in Waterloo Region. The funds will be used to help organizations providing children’s mental health programs, to install software that will help staff accurately and consistently assess the needs of children and youth.