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Contact Information
Office Phone 613-448-3987
Toll Free Phone 1-877-448-3987
Fax 613-774-6439
E-Mail cmsm@cornwall.ca
Website www.cornwall.ca
Primary Contact Larry MacDonell, Supervisor; Phone: 613-932-6282 ext 3203
Address & Map
530 Fred St, Suite G4
Winchester, ON K0C 2K0
 
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Physical Access Fully Accessible
Description & Services
Description (Service) Financial Assistance
Monthly allowance based on family size, housing costs and income * monthly drug benefit card * other services include:

Employment Assistance
Clients 18-65 years must participate in employment assistance activities unless they are living with a serious disability or illness, or caring for preschool children

Managing Participation
Community Placement -- volunteer placements * job search programs -- based on individual’s skills, experience and circumstances * employment placement -- job matching service * basic education -- basic adult upgrading * high school upgrading * English as a Second Language (ESL) classes * literacy and basic skills * job skills training -- development of skills for specific jobs * on-the-job training * supports to self-employment -- referrals to self-employment programs

Learning, Earning and Parenting (LEAP) -- helps young parents finish high school, improve parenting skills, locate and maintain employment

Other services
Discretionary Benefits – may include dentures, emergency dental services, eyeglasses, health care supplies, medical transportation funds, prosthetic devices, funerals and burials * programs may vary by City or Municipality, and may be available to non-Ontario Works recipients upon income assessment

Interactive Voice Response (IVR) 1-800-808-2268 -- automated information and payment details, payment history, file status * information and announcements about Ontario Works * service not available to TTY users

Welfare Fraud Hotline 1-800-394-7867 -- to report allegations of fraudulent collection of Ontario Works and Ontario Disability Support Program assistance
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4 pm
Areas Served North Dundas ; South Dundas
Eligibility Ages: 16 year(s) and up 
 
Youth and adults 18 years and over in financial need * employable youth 16-17 years in financial need who cannot live at home but are attending school or seeking employment (funds must be managed by a trustee, guardian or agency) * financial need is determined by a review of income, liquid assets and living expenses * Learning, Earning and Parenting (LEAP) -- parents 16-21 years * Employment Resource Centre -- open to all
Application To apply for Ontario Works, call or visit www.ontario.ca/socialassistance

To find the Ontario Works or Ontario Disability Support Program office that serves an address, click here.
Languages English ; French
Fees None
Other Details
Legal Status (20) Regional Government
Funding Regional / Municipal ; Provincial
Date Updated 17 Mar 2020
Subjects
Service Categories Adult Basic Education ~ Social Assistance Recipients ; Adult Basic Education ~ Social Assistance Recipients ~ Teenage Parents ; Adult Literacy Programs ~ Social Assistance Recipients ; Burial/Cremation Expense Assistance ; Emergency Dental Care ; English as a Second Language ~ Social Assistance Recipients ; General Dentistry ~ Youth ~ Social Assistance Recipients ; Job Information ; Job Search Resource Centres ; Medical Expense Assistance ; Mortgage Payment Assistance ; Moving Expense Assistance ; Prejob Guidance ; Provincial/Territorial Social Assistance Programs Applications ; Rent Payment Assistance ; Supportive Housing Expense Assistance ; Teen Expectant/New Parent Assistance ~ Social Assistance Recipients ; Welfare Fraud Reporting ; Welfare to Work Programs

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