If you’re ready to talk,
we’re here to listen.
Willowbridge Community Services is a not-for-profit organization offering developmental services, counselling, and financial empowerment across Hamilton, Brantford, Niagara, and Haldimand Norfolk. Here, we believe that everyone deserves relationship, community, and celebration. We empower individuals to improve their lives for a more positive future.
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Everyone encounters challenges in life that are hard to face alone. No matter the situation, our counsellors and psychotherapists are here for support.Find out more about Counselling Services
Willowbridge Community Services offers a range of programs geared for individuals living with developmental disabilities.Find out more about Developmental Services
Join our community as a volunteer, employee, or member of our board of directors.Get Involved at Willowbridge
As a not-for-profit, Willowbridge is proud to receive funding and donations from generous community members that help make our work possible.Learn About Funders and Donors
Willowbridge Community Services offers placements for college, undergraduate and graduate level students under the supervision of our experienced staff.Learn About Student Placements
Recent News and Events
Soaring Above the Turbulence – Group Starting March 3rd!
This group will be meeting over Video Calls, starting March 3rd, 2021 on Wednesday evenings from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm.Read More
At Willowbridge Community Services, we acknowledge that our agency was built on the traditional territories of the Anishinaabe, the Haudenosaunee, the Neutral, and the Attawandaron peoples. We recognize and deeply appreciate that we are working on stolen lands and that our communities have been, and are, benefitting from continued forms of colonization on Turtle Island. We honour the spirit of the land and the ancestors of those who have been here since time immemorial. We know that acknowledgement is not enough.
The Truth and Reconciliation Committee of Canada reminds us that reconciliation is ongoing. We are committed to reducing the inequities and injustices that these communities are still facing today and are actively working towards decolonizing our services.