We assist our clients with services that support their independence, health and quality of life. In doing so, we help them remain in their own homes – where they want to be.
Community Care Durham cares about the community and is committed to providing support for our most vulnerable. To ensure the safety of our clients, client-facing staff and volunteers will continue to mask and use the appropriate PPE to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Join the Conversation!
Both the Client and Care Partner Satisfaction Survey and our Volunteer Survey are now live, and we want to hear from you! The surveys are completed every year and help us identify areas where we can improve while allowing us to measure our progress. They are completely anonymous and only take about 10 minutes to complete.
If either of our surveys apply to you, please help us by filling them out.
The deadline to fill it out is Dec. 15th.
Season of Giving
No matter the size of your contribution, your kindness can change lives and strengthen our community. Together, we can weave a more connected, supportive, and compassionate community. Join our Season of Giving and be part of something extraordinary.
Meals on Wheels
CCD’s Meals on Wheels service provides clients and their caregivers with the security of knowing they can live independently in their own home through the delivery of affordable, tasty and nutritious Hot and Frozen meals.
Accessible Vans (AV)
Accessible Vans (AV) transportation service provides wheelchair accessible vans driven by CCD staff to transport clients with mobility issues. Click the button below to learn more about our Accessible Vans and other Transportation services. To register for the Transportation service, please call 1-888-255-6680 or complete the online referral form found at Request Service.
Adult Day Program
Are you a senior or adult with needs related to aging, physical and/or cognitive health looking for a social, recreational and supportive atmosphere? Are you presently caring for a loved one and could use an opportunity to take a break? CCD can help!
Assisted Living/Supportive Housing
Community Care Durham’s Assisted Living Services (ALS) and Supportive Housing (SH) services address the needs of high-risk seniors residing at home.
Home to Stay
Community Care Durham’s Home to Stay Program is a full fee for service program available to clients requiring the skills of an Experienced Caregiver for routine activities of daily living and instrumental activities of daily living.
Exercise & Falls Prevention
CCD’s Exercise and Falls Prevention Program is a community-based initiative aimed at meeting the exercise needs of Older Adults in the Durham Region.
Foot Care Clinics
CCD’s Foot Care program is an important Health and Wellness service available to people who need assistance with basic foot care due to loss of vision, mobility issues or diabetes or when friends or relatives are not available to help.
Clients are matched with one of CCD’s Friendly Visiting volunteers and receive much needed social interaction, so they can maintain their independence and quality of life while safely remaining in their home.
Community Care Durham’s Transportation services provide a great solution when you are unable to use public transportation because of needs related to aging, physical and/or mental health and when friends or relatives are not available to help you.
Personal Support (Caregiver Relief) In-Home Respite
CCD’s Personal Support Workers partner with caregivers to ensure their loved ones are safely cared for while caregivers take time for their own activities, helping to prevent caregiver burnout and illness.
COPE (Creating Opportunities for Personal Excellence) is a unique community-based mental health service provided by Community Care Durham that offers support to adults aged 16 and older, with emotional and/or mental health concerns.
Community Care Durham is a great place to work!
Each day you know you are making a difference in the lives of our clients!
We depend on the generous support of donors to help us.
Much of our work is only possible because of corporate and individual donors like you.
Marian S. CCD Volunteer
Volunteering in my community was always on my to-do list and when I came across an advertisement 6 years ago, I signed up to help out in the Adult Day Program. Although I can often be found in the kitchen, I also have time to dance, sing and help out with games and activities. Volunteering has allowed me to meet new people who love to smile and socialize over a cup of tea.
Zarlaqsh S. CCD Staff
Working for CCD has provided me with so many opportunities to learn and excel in my professional career. The staff I get to work alongside, and the clients I have helped to serve in our community has been a very rewarding experience for me since my very first day. Over the years I’ve seen CCD continuously grow and expand to serve more and more individuals. We have remained resilient with the times and it feels great to be a part of an organization that looks collectively to its staff to help it evolve and strive higher.
Kathy D CCD Client
I so look forward to the Community Food Box. I am 93 years old and I live on my own and have not been off my property for groceries since February. The Community Food Box is my main means of getting the essentials I need. My children live a couple hours away so it also gives them peace of mind that I have groceries. I get a lot of the staples I need and love such as yogurt, milk and juice and nothing ever goes to waste.