Catulpa Community Support Services

Service: Ontario Autism Program - Family Service Coordination, Barrie Office

Record #: BAR1783
Last Modified: 14 Mar 2023
Last Full Update: 04 Feb 2022


Description (Service) COVID-19 ResponseDue to COVID-19 situation, the following changes have been made:
  • Catulpa CSS employees will work remotely from locations outside of regular office sites
  • Face-to-face meetings are curtailed and will be completed by telephone or virtual meeting
  • Some CAPC programs are running virtually, contact your local Site Coordinator as listed below and someone from the team will return your call
Barrie/ Innisfil area- 705-733-3227 x 2160
Bradford/ Alliston area - 905-775-1498 x 2032
Collingwood/ Wasaga area - 705-445-9770 x 5230
Midland area - 705-526-2151 x 2095
Orillia area - 705-326-6502 x 3103

APSW Resource Days have since resumed. Check out the Events calendar for Resource Day dates in your area (
For more information about APSW Resource Days, or to book an appointment, contact Jennifer Ross at 705-733-3227 Ext 2232 or 1-877-803-3227 Ext 2232 or email her at
For information regarding Ontario Autism Program Resource Days, contact Melissa McMullen at 705-326-6502 Ext 3296.
Note that The APSW Adult Social Group has been momentarily paused as a result of COVID-19. Catulpa Community Support Services remains open and all other services and programs remain in effect in a modified manner.

Regular Service Family Service Coordinator develops a family service plan based on family-centered decision making
  • families are actively engaged in the assessment, goal-setting and intervention planning process for their child
  • uses a collaborative approach to support the child's needs at home, in the community, at school and with the child's behaviour team
  • services are flexible and individualized and based on need and strengths
  • each child's service plan will be determined by clinical assessment
Catulpa Community Support Services hosts the Ontario Autism Program - Family Service Coordinators within Simcoe County. Referrals are received through the Single Point of Access below. Complete Ontario Autism Program information can be found at

Ontario Autism Program provides a single point of access in each region to help ensure autism services for children and youth are delivered consistently across the province. It allows for flexibility and choice based on each child's needs, and gives families confidence in receiving quality services.

Service Details

Hours COVID-19 ResponseOffices are closed to in-person service at this time, call or email for service.
Areas Served Durham Region ; Haliburton ; Kawartha Lakes ; Northumberland County ; Peterborough (County of) ; Simcoe County ; York County
Eligibility Ages: 18 year(s) and under

Children and youth with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder from a qualified professional.
Application Families of a child or youth may self-refer or be referred by a service provider (with consent) to the Single Point of Access. To refer, call 1-888-454-6275 or visit
Languages English - Reception, Website, Interpretation, Programs, Publications; French - Reception, Website, Interpretation, Programs, Publications
Fees None

Address and Location

Located In Community Barrie
Address & Map
Barrie Common Roof; 165 Ferris Lane
Barrie, ON
Canada L4M 2Y1
Intersection St Vincent St and Cundles Rd E
Physical Access Fully Accessible

Contact Information

Toll Free Phone 1-888-454-6275, Single Point of Access
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Mailing Address Barrie Common Roof; 165 Ferris Lane 
Canada L4M 2Y1

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