St. Leonard's Community Services
Addictions and Mental Health
Programs and groups for people experiencing depression, anxiety, addiction, gambling, and other concerns. 24 hour crisis line and mental health walk-in clinic.
St. Leonard's Community Services offers a variety of programs to enhance skills and search for a job. We help you create a resume, find education and training options, and connect with employers.
We help people experiencing homelessness, or at risk of experiencing homelessness to connect with services and support to find and maintain a permanent place to live.
We offer numerous programs for adults and youth who have become involved in the legal system.
Stay up to Date
August 3, 2022
Foundation for Trades leads to career opportunities A skilled trades program has put Lucas Weaver on a path he hopes will lead to a lucrative and stable career.
July 20, 2022
St. Leonard's Community Services, Employment Services is excited to announce the first two cohorts of the Foundation for Trades program are celebrating their successful graduation. A timely date with Youth Skills Day on July 15th, this exciting new program links youth between 18 and 29 years of age who are currently unemployed or underemployed with the skills needed to excel in the construction field.
July 4, 2022
Today an outbreak of COVID-19 is being declared by the Brant County Health Unit at St. Leonard's Community Services' Station House after a client and staff members tested positive for COVID-19.
June 7, 2022
The community really came together to support us and our Soup Challenge fundraiser and the programs we offer to people in the community who may be experiencing homelessness.