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|Record #||Organization / Program Name(s)||Address||Office Phone||Description||Hours||My List|
|CDR0047||Boys and Girls Clubs of Peel Region||315 Traders Blvd E, Unit 11
Mississauga, ON L4Z 3E5
|905-712-1789||Provides a safe, supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life.
Operates the following programs:
* Youth Programs providing social/recreational activities designed to enhance the growth and development of children and youth in a group setting.
* After School and Evening Programs promoting active social/recreational participation, homework and computer/internet access among children and youth in a safe and caring environment.
* Breakfast for Kids supporting community and school based breakfast, snack or lunch programs to address the problem of hungry children in Peel schools.
|Varies from site to site||Add Record|
|BRA0290||Brampton. Community Services Department||2 Wellington St W
Brampton, ON L6Y 4R2
|905-874-2300||Municipal community services department inlcudes fire & emergency services * parks maintenance and operations * recreation facilities & programs * arts, culture and theatres services * business services (administration) and animal services||Add Record|
|BRA0632||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Balmoral Recreation Centre||225 Balmoral Dr
|905-793-8222||Recreation facility * indoor pool and saunas||Add Record|
|BRA0634||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Central Public School Recreation & Arts Centre||24 Alexander St
|905-874-2810||Recreation facility * meeting rooms and auditorium||Building hours: Mon. – Fri. & Sun. 8:30am to 11pm Sat. 8:30am to 1am||Add Record|
|BRA0633||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Century Gardens Recreation Centre||340 Vodden St
|905-874-2814||Re-opening (after renovations) October 18, 2008
Recreation facility * auditorium * meeting room * gym * arena * indoor pool * squash courts * racquetball * skateboard park
|BRA0636||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Chinguacousy Curling Club & Programs||905-458-6555||Recreation facility * auditorium * arena * wading pool * curling club * tennis courts||Add Record|
|BRA0639||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Chinguacousy Wellness Centre||995 Peter Robertson Blvd
|905-789-6111||Recreation facility * auditorium * meeting room * racquetball * saunas * indoor pool||Add Record|
|BRA0640||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Chris Gibson Recreation Centre||125 McLaughlin Rd N
|905-874-2820||Recreation facility * auditorium * meeting room * arena * indoor pool * squash * racquetball||Add Record|
|BRA0638||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Sking & Snowboarding Programs||9050 Bramlea Rd
|905-458-6555||Recreation facility * auditorium * meeting room||Add Record|
|MAL0063||City of Mississauga, Malton Community Pool||Malton Community Centre
3540 Morning Star Dr
Mississauga, ON L4T 1Y2
|905-615-4640||Features include;25 metre, 4 lane, rectangular shaped pool * and warm water play & therapeutic pool * diving board
accessible ramp * hydrotherapy bench * male, female and family change rooms * .day lockers
available in change facilities * tippy bucket available for use during fun and loonie swims
Swimming Lessons; (all ages) recreational swimming * pool rentals * aquatic exercise * Snoezelen Pool * wellness & therapeutic programs available.
|Administraion: Mon-Thu 6:30am-10:30pm * Fri 6:30am-10:00pm * Sat-Sun 8:30am-6:00pm||Add Record|
|MAL0092||India Rainbow Community Services of Peel, Branch Office||21 Regan Rd, Unit H & I
Brampton, ON L7A 1C5
|905-459-4776||India Rainbow Community Services of Peel is a charitable, non-profit community-based organization * provides services to immigrants for integration into Canadian society and to meet the social services, training and health needs of Peel's immigrant community * programs offered include:
Services For Children, Youth & Parents - provides culturally and linguistically specific information, resources and support to South Asian families within Peel region * offers parenting strategies to help balance families between settlement, integration and cultural identity * links parents with other community resources
Settlement Services For Newcomers - assists newcomers integrate and adapt into the Canadian society
Job Search Workshops For Newcomers - helps newcomers get into the workforce by providing assistance with resumes * interview tips * information on skills development courses and educational upgrading/evaluation
Programs For Healthy Seniors - Seniors Wellness Programs - provides group programs * educational, cultural and recreational outings * support groups * workshops * referral and assistance * will accompany clients to various appointments * provides health and nutrition information
Program For Women - provides crisis intervention, support and guidance to abused women * information and access to eligible government benefits * referrals to shelters and support groups and empowerment workshops
Housing And Support For Homeless People With Mental Illness - assists people with mental illness to find affordable housing, to set up their new homes, to care for themselves, to plan for any possible crisis and to connect with other supports and service providers
|Mon-Fri 9 am-4:30 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0156||Kids Inc||Croatian Cultural Centre
9118 Winston Churchill Blvd
Norval L0P 1K0
|519-855-6074||Summer recreational day camp located in a 55-acre private park, offering sports, recreational and creative activities; private swimming lessons; bus service to camp; extended hours care package; Community Service hours available for high school students.
Community Living Mississauga provides support to individuals who have an intellectual disability to ensure their quality of life in the community is meaningfully improved. One on one support workers can be provided to help all children have fun and be successful at camp.
Mini Camp: 4-5yrs
General Camp: 6-12yrs
Leadership Camp: 13-14yrs
|Camp 7:30 am-6 pm||Add Record|
|BRA0271||Mississauga. Community Services Department, Recreation and Parks Division||Mississauga Central Library
301 Burnhamthorpe Rd W, Ground Flr
Mississauga, ON L5B 3Y3
* Menu option 2 for Facility Bookings
* Menu option 3 for Program Information
* Menu option 4 for Accounting Services
|Parks and Recreation Department * offers the following programs: arts * camps * golf * fitness * museums * parties * skating * sports * swimming * volunteering * youth drop-ins * and more * see separate entries for individual community centres||* Mon, Wed, Thur, Fri 8am - 5pm
* Tues 8am - 8pm
* Sat 9am - 1pm
*closed Sat of holiday weekends
|CDR0222||Nexus Youth Services, Nexus Youth Centre||Central Mississauga Library
301 Burnhamthorpe Road W
Mississauga, ON L5B 3Y3
|905-566-1883||Located in the Central Mississauga Library, the Nexus Youth Centre (NYC) is a place where young people can get information on community resources, take part in a variety of drop in recreational activities, or receive counselling and one-to-one support on a number of issues. NYC also provides services and programs including: internet access; resume/job search assistance; recreational activities (pool, jitz, dominoes); social support and skill development groups, and volunteer opportunities.
NYC runs many group programs including Life Skills, Girls Night Out, Exercise Program, Retail Training, Change of Perspective, Knowledgeable Films and Urban Readings
|*Mon-Thurs 10 am-9 pm
*Fri 10am-6 pm
|MAL0131||Palestine House Educational and Cultural Centre||3195 Erindale Station Rd
Mississauga, ON L5C 1Y5
|905-270-3622; 905-270-4011||Cultural centre * offers counseling on immigration, family problems, citizenship, legal matters and housing, in addition to referrals to specialized professionals and institutions
Language Instruction for Newcomers (LINC)- offers free courses to adults, childcare service (for participants) and transportation * teaches students to communicate effectively in 5 key areas: reading; writing; speaking; Canadian geography and history * offers classes from the Literacy Level to Level 6
Immigrant Settlement and Adaptation Program (ISAP) - provides comprehensive services to new comers assuring quick settlement and adaptation in Canada * services include: general information about life in Canada; healthcare, education, employment-related services, transportation, housing and social assistance, translation and interpretation, referral to community resources, youth settlement services * offers services in English, Arabic and Mandarin
Seniors Committee - organizes monthly dinner gatherings for the older men in the community to share food and thoughts * organizes activities and events such as card games, computer-literacy training, and field trips to festivals, national parks, and recreation areas
Youth Committee - aims to bring youth from the community together in a space where they can work toward common goals * youth mentorship - for youth at risk, as well as for students needing help with school work, university applications, standardized tests (e.g. LSAT, MCAT, GMAT, etc) * Youth Study Group & Oral History Project - in coordination with the Palestine House Resource Centre * brings youth and seniors from the community together to record the narratives and stories of our people, and to research, document and record these stories * group trips - picnics, paintball games, sporting events, theatre and music performances, etc * organizing social events and gatherings to bring people together, raise money, and showcase local talent * organizing sporting events, such as basketball and football (soccer) pick-up games and tournaments in the area, as well as supporting the community's athletic teams
Arts Programs - offers arts and performance projects aimed at preserving heritage art forms (such as dabkah and oriental/ Eastern music) * develops contemporary art (such as theatre and contemporary Eastern music) that builds on a history of Palestinian cultural production * hosts occasional art and photo exhibits, invites artists to give presentations about their work, and organizes trips to arts festivals in Toronto, Montreal and Detroit
Salameh Theatre Troupe - no experience required * theatre troupe meets to do acting drills and exercises * improvise skits * work together to write scenes and plays that express views on various issues and topics
Music Classes - for people wanting to learn and/or perform Sharqi (Eastern): Music of the Arab world, Turkey and Iran based on a very different set of scales and modes that date back thousands of years, and played on instruments rarely seen in Canada * instrument/s currently offered – violin
Dabkah Classes/ Dabkah Troupe - for beginners and Dabbeekeh * dance-form that symbolizes a connection to the land
Heritage Archive - In coordination with the Palestine House Resource Centre, the arts program is working to build an archive of Arab and Palestinian artwork, and art resources * materials collected include digitized artwork * books of and about Arab and Palestinian art * political poster art * taped theatre, music and dance pieces and performances
|Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5:30 pm
LINC Classes Mon-Thu 9 am-2:30 pm; Fri 9 am-12:30 pm; Mon-Thu 5:30 pm-8:30 pm
|CDR0184||Parents Without Partners Inc, Mississauga Valley Chapter 594||905-278-0111||PWP is an international, non-profit, non-sectarian, educational organization devoted to the welfare of single parents and their children; a self-help organization to help single parents help themselves. (This group is NOT a lonely-hearts club; NOT a dating service; nor does it promote single parenting). Programs offered include:
such as movie matinees; skating; swimming; LaserQuest; Science Centre; picnics; Wonderland; hiking; Kidsports; ceramics; bowling; trampoline; etc.
Activities such as card nights; movie nights; theatre; potluck suppers, darts, adult socials, etc.
Information nights with guest speakers, workshops, discussion nights, or just a fun night of learning to play cards or pool.
Revenue generated is used to cover expenses and subsidies for the children's activities.
Members get together to play baseball in the summer; and volleyball and badminton in the winter.
|CDR0185||Parents Without Partners Inc, Mississauga/Brampton Chapter 594||PWP Infoline 905-278-0111||PWP is an international, non-profit, non-sectarian, educational organization devoted to the welfare of single parents and their children; a self-help organization to help single parents help themselves. (This group is NOT a lonely-hearts club; NOT a dating service; nor does it promote single parenting).
PARENT SOCIALS: activities such as card nights; potluck suppers, darts, adult socials, etc
EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES: can consist information nights with guest speakers, workshops, discussion nights, or just a fun night of learning to play cards or pool
MONTHLY DANCES: revenue generated is used to cover expenses and subsidies for the children's activities
|MAL0077||Portuguese Cultural Centre of Mississauga Inc||53 Queen St N
Mississauga, ON L5N 1A2
|905-286-1311||Portuguese cultural centre * social and recreational activities * cultural activities focus on preservation and development of Portuguese culture and promoting it to the youth of Portuguese descent * teaches Portuguese language, literature, geography and history * promotes sports activities * promotes good citizenship and integration into mainstream society * promotes youth activities * hall for rent (weddings, baptisms, reunions or theme parties)||Add Record|
|CDR0203||Rapport Youth & Family Services||155 Clark Blvd, Unit 11
Brampton, ON L6T 4G6
|905-455-4100||Aims to strengthen the social and emotional well-being of youth and families through counseling and related support services.
* Youth Counseling Program (12-20yrs) confidential, individual counseling; family counseling when requested. A quick response to referrals; client-centered, strength based, brief counseling; group services.
* Counseling Program for Families at Risk Rapport provides office, school or community visits; confidential counseling; counseling for the parent(s) and adolescent; a quick response to referrals; day or evening appointments; group services
* Eclypse Youth Centre(s), Bramalea and Central Brampton
60 West Dr, Unit 101
Brampton (Centre for Families)
A multi-service youth drop-in program for youth (12-24yrs) living in Brampton. (A number of local agencies collaborate in service provision in the centres). The Navigation Series covers topics including: legal, employment, education, housing and healthy living.
* Youth Arts Against Violence (YAAV) Provides an opportunity for young people to use artistic expression as a way to constructively deal with issues of violence in their lives and in the community. Modern Batik art, photography, Photoshop, music production.
|Varies with program:
*Counselling services Mon-Thurs 9am-8pm * Fri 9am- 4:30pm
*Youth drop-in services, Bramalea 1:00pm - 8:00 pm Mon-Fri.
*Youth drop-in services, Central Brampton 3:30 pm to 7:00pm Tues-Fri
|CDR0079||Reach for the Rainbow||20 Torlake Cres
Toronto, ON M8Z 1B3
|416-503-0088||Reach for the Rainbow (RFTR) is a registered charity serving children and young adults with developmental and physical disabilities from across Ontario. Working with Partners in Integration, Reach for the Rainbow works to provide integrated recreational, respite and outreach opportunities.
The agency's integrated programs are designed to:
Provide an opportunity for children and youth with physical and/or developmental disabilities living at home to participate in integrated summer camps and community programs;
Provide training opportunities for camp staff and on-going consultation with parents and campers to help ensure a successful, integrated experience that benefits parents, campers, staff, and community alike;
Allow the opportunity for respite care in valued settings. Respite strengthens families caring for individuals with disabilities at home and creates a positive impact on their quality of life.
|Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5:00 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0072||Silent Voice Canada Inc||50 St. Clair Ave E, Suite 300
Toronto, ON M4T 1M9
|416-463-1104||Silent Voice Canada is a not-for-profit organization providing services to deaf children, adults and families in ASL (American Sign Language). Services & Programs offered include:
* Special assistance A Deaf community worker is available for special assistance to deaf adults at the office (Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm) * Services provided include filling out English forms, making voice telephone calls or making community referrals
* The Family Communication Program (FCP) for families with a deaf family member. Silent Voice matches families with a deaf native signer who goes to the family's home to introduce the family to sign language and Deaf culture * Tax Clinic in cooperation with the Ontario Institute of Chartered Accountants, offers a tax clinic where deaf people receive help with their annual Revenue Canada tax return * The Saturday Program is an extension of SLSP throughout the school year at a local Community Centre * structured for children (5-12yrs) with all signing abilities.
* Sign Language Summer Program (SLSP) a summer day camp in American Sign Language for deaf children and hearing children who have deaf parents, sisters or brothers and is structured for children (6-14yrs) with all signing abilities * The Youth Program
an ongoing program to Deaf Youth (13yrs & over)
|Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0927||Variety-Peel, Children in Motion & Youth in Motion||66 Nottingham Crescent N
Brampton, ON L6S 4G4
|416-699-7167 ext. 336||Children in Motion & Youth in Motion are programs that introduce children ages 3 to 13 & 14 to 21 to sports and recreational activities. The programs are tailored to the needs of every child in the class, focusing on the fundamentals of physical activity, including balance,
co-ordination, agility and flexibility. Classes are both integrated and fun. Every child has a chance to develop their fine and gross motor skills through different activities, such as adapted hockey, basketball and obstacle courses.
Children in Motion will focus on children’s activities, themes, music and stories. Activities will be planned to fit the participant’s appropriate age group and will be modified to suit the abilities & interests of those individuals attending.
Some weeks may involve a “carry over” of themes to allow for skill development the first week, a refresher of skills and possible game the following week.
Youth in Motion will focus on young adult activities, themes, music and sports. Activities will be planned to fit the participant’s appropriate age group and will be modified to suit the abilities & interests of those individuals attending.
Some weeks may involve a “carry over” of themes to allow for skill development the first week, a refresher of skills and possible game the following week.
|Children in Motion, Tues 6-6:55 pm.
Youth in Motion Tues, 7-8:30 pm
|BRA1344||YMCA of Greater Toronto, Brampton||20 Union St
Brampton, ON L6V 1R2
|(905) 451-9622||Provides a variety of programs for all ages * fitness classes for all ages * educational & social programs * preschool programs * aquatic programs * employment centre * climbing wall * pool * gym * child care for members * volunteer opportunities available||Monday to Friday – 5:45 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday – 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Statutory Holidays – 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Christmas and New Year's Eve – 5:45 a.m. to 6 p.m.