Community Support Services provides multiple programs and services that are focused on enabling seniors and/or adults with disabilities and/or illness to remain independent at their place of residence for a longer period of time.  Through collaboration with community partners, and supported by the Local Health Integrated Network, Community Support Services remains focused on providing programs that allow our clients to receive individualized services that offer them the opportunity to remain in the beautiful community of the Haliburton Highlands - our home.

Making Community matter ...                                                                                                           

We proudly provide multiple caretaking, home caring, life affirming programs and services.  Making the lives of seniors and adults with disabilities and/or illness easier is what we are all about.  But most of all, Community Support Services believes in making community matter - one client at a time.  Call today if you or a loved one could benefit from a little more support to help stay at home and in our community a little longer, healthier and happier.   We provide a host of services to our clients. See our list of services in the sidebar at left.

If you are interested in becoming a Volunteer with the Community Support Services, see the Volunteers section for more information.

Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. An answering service is available if you call after regular business hours.

The Community Support Services office is located across the parking lot from the Haliburton site of HHHS- the "little green house"


7185 Gelert Road., P.O.Box 956, Haliburton, ON K0M1S0
Telephone:  705-457-2941 or 457-1392 X 2921 or 1-855-285-2944
Fax:  705-457-5077

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         From our client: 

 “I simply cannot imagine my life without your services.  You have changed everything about my life and I have found my smile again.”