Grey Bruce Children's Alliance

Services & Resources

The Grey Bruce Children’s Alliance has created a page to bring together resources and services for children and youth in Grey Bruce in one central location.


211 service listingsAre you living in Bruce or Grey Counties and need help locating services for children and/or youth?

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To access lists of services for children and youth in Grey Bruce, click on a specific mini-directory and browse the 211 service listings.

Children ages 0-6 and their families
Children or youth ages 7-18


To access reports, articles or strategies that affect the children and youth in Grey Bruce, click on the links below.


Reports on Children and Youth

  • Because Young People Matter (3.20 MB)
    Report of the Residential Services Review Panel, February 2016, presented to Deputy Minister Alexander Bezzina, Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services. The Panel’s report presents findings and recommendations aiming to improve the experience and outcomes of young people living in reside
  • Bruce Grey Child and Family Services: Annual Report 2015-2016 (3.05 MB)
    Annual Report of Bruce Grey Child and Family Services for 2015-2016
  • Nowhere to Turn: Ombudsman Report, August 2016 (4.92 MB)
    Investigation into the Ministry of Community and Social Services' response to situations of crisis involving adults with developmental disabilities, Paul Dube, Ombudsman of Ontario.
  • Stepping Up Annual Report 2015_Executive Summary (364 KB)
    The 2015 Stepping Up Annual Report highlights the Government of Ontario's progress in supporting Ontario youth since the release of Stepping Up in 2013. The report includes case studies, and the 2015 Profile of Youth Wellbeing.
  • Stepping Up Annual Report 2015_Full Report (3.48 MB)
    The 2015 Stepping Up Annual Report highlights the Government of Ontario's progress in supporting Ontario youth since the release of Stepping Up in 2013. The report includes case studies, and the 2015 Profile of Youth Wellbeing.
  • Stepping Up Annual Report 2015_Inventory of Youth Programs (1.47 MB)
    The Government of Ontario has a number of initiatives that support the wellbeing of youth across all seven Stepping Up themes. These initiatives have been compiled into one list as part of the Stepping Up Annual Report 2015.
  • We Have Something to Say (9.12 MB)
    We Have Something to Say: young people and their families speak out about special needs and change. Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth, 2016.
  • Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Life Online, 2014 (981 KB)
    Our youth are highly connected, increasingly social online and are embracing online activities at younger ages than ever before, according to a national study by MediaSmarts released in 2014 – Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Life Online. In 2013, MediaSmarts conducted a national su

Aboriginal Children and Youth

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Grey Bruce Reports

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Mental Health and Addictions

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Ontario Autism Program

  • Action on Austism (633 KB)
    Information for families about changes to Autism Services for children and youth, Ministry of Children and Youth Services, April 2016

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Other Reports and Newsletters

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Grey Bruce Initiatives

Bruce Grey Poverty Task ForceThe Grey Bruce We CARE ProjectLet's GrowBGDISC

Our Members

Community Living Owen Sound and DistrictThe Women's Centre Grey Bruce Bruce CountyKids & Us Community Childcare and Family Education CentresCommunity Living Kincardine & District Keystone Child, Youth and Family Services
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