Causeway’s programs and social businesses are supported by a number of funders

These include the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities; Ministry of Community & Social Services; Ministry of Health & Long-term Care; Community Foundation of Ottawa; and a select group of corporate, community and individual donors including Awesome Ottawa and the Co-operators.

Causeway Work Centre gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the City of Ottawa/Causeway Work Centre remercie sincèrement la Ville d’Ottawa de son soutien financier.

Solutions for Youth is funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Youth Employment Strategy; Krackers Katering is supported by United Way Ottawa; RightBike is funded in part by the Ontario Trillium Foundation.


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Causeway also works in partnership with a multitude of community organizations in the health and social services areas throughout the province. The majority of our partnerships are designed to advance pre-employment and employment opportunities for hard-to-employ or disadvantaged workers. For example:

  • Causeway and Social & Enterprise Development Innovations (SEDI) are partnering to increase the availability of financial literacy training in our own programs and at other local agencies.
  • Causeway is a part of the Employment Access Resource Initiative (EARN), a United Way initiative to increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
  • Causeway’s newest social enterprise, RightBike, is a true community project which enjoys the support of SLOWest, Citizens for Safe Cycling, Mountain Equipment Co-op, Cyclelogik, and Habitat for Humanity Restores, as well as the BIA’s of both Wellington West and Westboro

Our strong partnerships in our community, including with other mental health care providers, are important parts of the continuum of services that help people focus on their abilities rather than their disabilities and continue the journey to wellness and inclusion.

Pour le service en français, contactez Lin Ouellette au (613) 725-3494  poste 107