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Off-Campus Resources

  • KFL&A Public Health Unit
    KFL&A Public Health offers a number of clinics and classes, including programs that support you in raising healthy babies and children.
  • Kingston Community Health Centre
    This center offers parent/child groups, as well as parenting programs and other events.
  • Parent and Baby Drop-in Groups Kingston / Frontenac
    A list of drop-in groups available to help you connect with other parents or caregivers in the area.
  • Kingston Child Care Subsidy Program
    The City of Kingston offers a subsidy program that helps with the cost of licensed child care if you are the parent, foster parent or legal guardian of a child from birth to 12 years of age and are a resident of the City of Kingston or the County of Frontenac.
  • The Subsidy Program for Affordable Recreation in Kingston (SPARK)
    The SPARK program reduces the cost of City-run recreation and leisure programs for Kingston residents of all ages
    One Parent Families Association of Ontario
    This is a national, non-profit organization that helps families to build relationships by running regular activities for families and adults, such as recreational sports where both parents and children attend.
    Recreation Facilities
    Kingston has a variety of facilities and parks available, including outdoor splash pads and skating rinks close to Queen’s campus.
  • Ontario Early Years Programs
    Offers free early learning programs with a focus on child-centered learning and development.
  • Childcare
    The City of Kingston offers a centralized childcare waitlist. This removes the need for you to contact and apply for childcare with several different providers. Click here to be sent to the online registry application system.