Who are we?

Chisholm Services for Children is a non-profit organization located in Halifax providing a long-term Child and Youth Caring Program, that specializes in early intervention, prevention and permanency planning. Chisholm is dedicated to guiding children twelve years of age and younger who face severe adverse circumstances like neglect and abuse, to a realization of self-worth. Chisholm helps children develop skills and capacities to function successfully in a community setting and grow as healthy, stable individuals.

Chisholm also offers a community based literacy program for children from primary to grade six who are reading below grade level or who have been diagnosed with a learning difference, in addition to providing a monthly group session for parents who have been approved to adopt by the Department of Community Services and waiting to welcome a child into their home.


Canadian Progress Club Halifax Citadel 2021 Charity Golf Classic

18 holes of golf – shotgun start

1 power cart per 2 players

Driving range with balls

Putting green usage

On-Course Beverage Cart

Dinner to follow a great day of golf

Registration is $175 per person or $700 per team
Register early – limited spaced due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Annual General Meeting Celebration (September 23, 2021)

Annual Report: Chisholm Services 2020 Annual Report – Online

LINKS Fall Program

Dear LINKS Families, 

Our fall LINKS will begin the first week of October and will offer opportunities for in-person sessions or distance sessions this year. In persons sessions will be offered at the following locations:

Halifax Location TBA Monday / Wednesday 4:00 – 5:00 & 5:15 – 6:15 (Oct 4th – Dec 6th)

Sycamore Lane Elementary (Lower Sackville) Tuesdays / Thursday 4:15- 5:15 & 5:30 – 6:30 (Oct 5th – Dec 9th)

Harbour View Elementary (Dartmouth) Monday / Wednesday 4:00 – 5:00 & 5:15 – 6:15 (Oct 4th – Dec 6th)

Rockingstone Heights Elementary (Spryfield) Tuesday / Thursday 4:15 – 5:15 & 5:30 – 6:30 (Oct 5th – Dec 9th)

For the distance program, students who participate must have access to the following:

  • Students must have access to a reliable internet connection
  • Students must have access to a device capable of running Google Suite and in-browser aps
    • if not already integrated into their primary device, students will need access to headphones/speakers, a microphone, and a camera.
    • Smartphones are discouraged as a primary device due to limitations posed by screen size.

Contact Becks at 902.423.0577 with any questions regarding registration.


Becks Levick, Program Manager