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Halton Information Providers

Contact Information
Office Phone Community information 905-815-5952
Fax 905-815-2024 ( Attn: HIP)
E-Mail hip@oakville.ca
Website www.hipinfo.ca
Social Media Twitter Twitter: twitter.com/HIPinfoOnline
Primary Contact Marcus Logan, Manager, Community Information; Phone: 902-815-2042 ext 5091; Email: marcus.logan@oakville.ca
Alternate Executive Phone: ext 1212
Mailing Address c/o Information Oakville 
Oakville Public Library 
120 Navy St 
Oakville, ON L6J 2Z4
Description & Services
Description of service(s) A coalition of five Community Information Centres in Halton Region, formed with the goal of:  
* minimizing duplication in the collection and management of community information  
* providing a comprehensive directory of community and human service information maintained to AIRS standards  
Coalition Members 
* Information Burlington  
* Information Halton Hills  
* Information Milton  
* Information Oakville 
* The Halton Resource Connection 
The primary purpose of each centre is to:  
* provide free and confidential information to connect people to the social and community services and programs available in Halton  
* jointly maintain the public online Halton Community Services Directory and publish print and electronic publications  
Additional services include specialized services for other nonprofit information and referral organizations, including:  
* community information data syndication and leasing  
* custom views of the Halton Community Services Directory for targeted subject areas  
Member of InformOntario, InformCanada and AIRS (Alliance of Information and Referral Systems).  
Regional community information providers to Ontario 211 Services, thehealthline.ca, Health Care Options website, the Halton Child Care Directory and Information Line and other local, regional and provincial projects.
Hours Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
Areas Served Halton Region
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Not applicable
Languages English
Fees None ; For core services ; fees for value-added services, including but not limited to bespoke web application and database development, and publication of data product
Location information
Located In Community Halton Region
Accessibility Fully Accessible ; ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***
Other Details
Service Level (70) Community Information
Service Categories Comprehensive Information and Referral

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