Providing health and social services to enhance quality of life.
We are committed to identify, establish, and maintain a multifaceted organization to serve health and social issues for all ages in our community within the resources available.
The integrity of our agency comes from each individual volunteer, staff, committee and board member
To make sure that we set goals, track goals and strive
to achieve those
To administrate human and financial resources in an efficient manner.
To be responsible for the programs and services that we offer to our Community.
To be accountable to the community and our funders.
To respect our clients, volunteers, staff, administration, committee members and board members.
Adult Community Services Worker
Jilene has worked at Land O'Lakes Community Services for the last 17 years. She completed her education at Sir Sandford Fleming and continues to take courses to stay current in her field. She is very active in her community and enjoys hunting, fishing and outings with her 3 children. Jilene would like you to remember the Spaghetti Dinner in March, the proceeds which are directed to her clients community involvement.
For more information on what APSW does, check out the Developmental Services page under Services.
Community Supported Independent Living
Community Participation Worker
Sheri became part of the Land O'Lakes Community Services family this past spring. She has volunteered and worked privately with clients for over 10 years. She completed her education at Loyalist College along with Advocacy courses through Durham College, and continues to take courses to stay current in her field. Sheri enjoys camping, fishing and good times with family and friends.
For more information on what S.I.L./Community Participation Program does, check out the Developmental Services page under Services.
Richelle is the newest member of our team. She will be working at reception and will also be managing our website and Facebook page.
Adult Drop In
Meals on Wheels
Lori has been working with Land O'Lakes Community Services for over 6 Years.
Recently Lori left the reception duties and began coordinating both the Adult Drop In and the Homemaker Program as well as running the Meals on Wheels Program. She is currently in the process of developing a Foot Care Program in both the Denbigh and Northbrook areas.
Lori has lived in Harlowe for the last 7 years, but has been a frequent visitor over the last 40. She enjoys visits with her grandchildren.