The following community-based organizations provide programs and services to individuals living with an ABI.

Brain Injury Association of Durham: Advocates for the needs of people living with the effects of brain injury community supports Day service

Brain Injury Association of Peterborough Region: Provides a range of support services including Day Services, community supports, Coordinated Care Café in Peterborough, Northumberland, City of Kawartha Lakes, Minden/Haliburton.

Canadian Mental Health Association HKPR: Community based case management, supportive housing, Activities of Daily Living skill building, CBT/DBT modalities provided.

Central East LHIN: Care Coordinators will develop a customized care plan, i.e. nursing/ PT/OT, SW, SLP and personal support workers.

CHIRS: Provides a broad range of supports to individuals with ABI; residential programs; supported independent living; adult day programs and community programs.

COTA:  offers case management, supportive housing, short-term residential beds, day programs, court and justice related services, an assertive community treatment team (ACT), and services for individuals who are experiencing homelessness.

Dr. Joanna Hamilton: Neuropsychology for individuals who are experiencing brain injuries, strokes, seizure disorders & learning disabilities            (705) 741-2980                                                                                                                                                                

Kawartha Therapy Services: Community-based clinicians with the skills, knowledge and equipment to optimize independence and participation in community life.

Kawartha Participation Projects: Provides self-directed support, complex care, and affordable housing for people with diverse needs to live independently in their home and achieve their goals.

March of Dimes: Provides rehabilitation, attendant care, peer support and supportive housing programs to adults and children living with the effects of a brain injury. Services are offered across in the home, community, school, hospital and/or workplace.

Ontario Brain Injury Association: Provides education, awareness and support for individuals and families impacted by acquired brain injury.

Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences: Deliver specialized care to individuals with a neurological disorder and associated mental health concerns.

Peterborough Regional Health Centre, Mental Health Services: Provides a range of Mental Health Services (MHS) and regional leadership and expertise in conjunction with community partners in the assessment, stabilization and treatment of individuals and their families with serious mental health and addiction concerns.