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Network Members

No single group or individual can address all the needs of one family, one child, one neighbourhood, or one community. Dealing with the challenges that impact families and children in Halton requires new and innovative approaches, and that can only be accomplished by working in partnership. The success of OKN is built on participation at all levels of community; from three levels of government, mental health leaders and school boards to local agencies, charities, faith groups and families themselves

Protocol Partners

The OKN Partnership Agreement provides a structure for participating organizations to cooperate in strengthening communities’ ability to improve life for families and children. More...

Participating Agencies

From the beginning, the strength of OKN has been our backbone of partners drawn from education, health, human services and police services. We came together with a goal to address the issues affecting families and children. In 2004, that focus expanded to include special needs, mental health and research-based planning and some partners were soon ready to formalize their commitment. Listing of participating agencies…