20 Nelson Street, Suite 302
Brampton, ON L6X 2M5
Phone: 905-460-9514 | Fax: 905-460-9769
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Some evening hours and weekend depending onprogram.
Community Wellness and Development: Program will promote community health education, personal safety, life skills, healthy life styles activities, counselling and referral services to members of vulnerable minorities. The program will empower the clients to be aware to detect and break the cycle of poverty causes and issues through collaborative approach.
Youth Development Programs: Programs include various activities and services to assist immigrant and convention refugee youth in developing their leadership, academic and social skills development, goal setting and achievement, safety, self care, summer youth employment etc.
160 Traders Blvd. E., Suite 100
Mississauga, ON L4Z 3K7
Phone: 905-890-5222 | Fax: 905-890-5230
R.I.S.E. (Recognizing Individual Success and Excellence): RISE is a school-based, multi-faceted program which addresses the needs of children who are displaying signs of anti-social behaviour in the classroom, home and community. The program has four components which promote, empower and encourage positive behaviour.
71 West Drive, Unit 23
Brampton, ON L6T 5E2
Phone: 905-457-7288 | Fax: 905-454-0769
Group Mentoring: Five volunteers mentor ten children one weeknight from September to June in local schools throughout the Region. Groups participate in fun and skill-based activities. Outing costs are covered by the agency. Activities include floor hockey and sports, community tours, swimming, and more.
One-to-One Friendship: This program matches a child 6-17 years of age (Little Sister/Little Brother) with a caring adult (Big Sister/Big Brother) over the age of 18. Matches are encouraged to plan fun and low cost activities 2-4 times per month for 1 year. Monthly agency sponsored recreational activities are provided. Unique opportunities to mentor a child together as a couple or as a female volunteer matched with a young boy are also available in our Couples for Kids Program and Big & Little Buddy Program.
Black Community Advisory Council Mentoring Program: The Black Community Advisory Council (BCAC) Mentoring Program is a community-based program that will provide Black youth with an adult Black mentor at a critical time in their lives. Youth will be matched with caring adult volunteers on a one-to-one basis, meeting regularly with their mentors to enjoy fun activities and build meaningful relationships.
315 Traders Blvd., Unit 11
Mississauga, ON L4Z 3E4
Phone: 905-712-1789 | Fax: 905-712 1775
CENTRES Program: The CENTRES program provides community based activities for children youth and families. The programs are located in communities that have been identified as having above average concentrations of children youth and families at risk. Year round programming is provided in 7 communities. The mix of activities is unique to each community – tailored to the needs of the residents.
CONNECTIONS Program: A summer program delivered in partnership with Canadian Tire Jumpstart Program, the YMCA, and Parks and Recreation in Brampton and Mississauga to help children from disadvantaged families participate in sports programs or summer camp. Transportation and financial subsidies are available to those who qualify.
150 Queen St. S.
Bolton, ON L7E 1E3
Phone: 905-857-0090 | Fax: 905-857-0107
Family Resource Program: The Family Resource Program provides a spectrum of informal and formal family support services including: Family Time drop-in sessions, interactive adult/child play-based and early learning programs, infant health and attachment programs, children's literacy and school readiness programs, parenting education, family enrichment workshops, postpartum support programs, onsite consulting services, information and referral services, child care information, resource library, and Red Cross Babysitters' Certification courses.
2 County Court Blvd., Suite 102
Brampton, ON L6W 3W8
Phone: 905-451-2123 | Fax: 905-456-7492
Operation hours: Monday to Friday 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Mental Health Literacy: This program provides education, training and information to the Peel community around mental health and mental illness. It will provide education and training to both adult and youth audiences on such topics as suicide intervention/prevention, understanding mental illness, mental health in the workplace and positive mental health.
Short Term Community Support: This service is designed to provide individualized case management support, including immediate access to information, community-based supportive counselling, resource coordination, collaborative referrals to community partners, and advocacy when appropriate.
Youth Net: A by-youth-for-youth program that builds on the assets, capabilities and competencies of youth, fosters resiliency and enhances the ability to cope by providing them with information, strategies, and community contacts. The program is a mental health promotion/early intervention service for youth 12 to 20 years old.
3650 Dixie Road, Suite 103
Mississauga, ON L4Y 3V9
Phone: 905-629-1873 | Fax: 905-629-0791
All that Kids Can Be: This program will focus on increasing the parenting capacity of low income families in the neighbourhood. This will also increase the social competencies for racially marginalized youth who face isolation.
Community Integration: The program is designed to break down barriers and to create access routes and programs for all members of the community who would benefit from mental health supports and services.
3010 The Collegeway
Mississauga, ON L5L 4X9
Phone: 905-820-9466 | Fax: 905-820-7087
After School Programs: The new Erin Mills Youth Centre After School program focus on specifically on supporting children/youth who reside in Peel’s priority neighbourhoods through physical activity, healthy eating, nutrition education, wellness and personal health.