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Boosting developmental services in Campbellford

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Boosting developmental services in Campbellford

McGuinty Government Invests In A New Home For People With a Developmental Disability

People living with a developmental disability in Campbellford have a new place to call home.

Thanks to Ontario's investment of nearly $650,000, Community Living Campbellford/Brighton has opened another group home. Families in Campbellford can now keep their loved ones with a developmental disability close to home. They can also look forward to more jobs and an inclusive community that welcomes people of all abilities.  

Over 700 people have moved from Ontario's last three developmental services institutions into communities across the province. They are contributing to their communities and enjoying a greater sense of belonging.

Quick Facts

  • Nearly 40 per cent of the people in Canada with a developmental disability live in Ontario.
  • Since 2003, Ontario has committed an extra half billion dollars to developmental services.

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“People of all abilities contribute to their communities. Thanks to Community Living Campbellford/Brighton’s new home, people with a developmental disability are taking their rightful place in the community.”

Madeleine Meilleur

Minister of Community and Social Services

“Community Living Campbellford/Brighton’s new home is worth celebrating. It means citizenship, belonging and equality for people living with a developmental disability.”

Lou Rinaldi

MPP, Northumberland-Quinte West

“I am delighted to watch people with a developmental disability become a stronger part of the community. Families are thanking us for connecting them with their loved ones and improving the community’s spirit.”

Nancy Brown

Executive Director, Community Living Campbellford/Brighton



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