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|Record #||Organization / Program Name(s)||Address||Office Phone||Description||Hours||My List|
|CMH0184||Catholic Crosscultural Services, Peel Regional Offices, Brampton Office||8 Nelson Street St W, Unit 302
Brampton, ON L6X 4J2
|905-457-7740||Settlement Services - offers settlement counselling * support with immigration documentation * access to education, childcare, health care, child tax benefits, social assistance, housing, individual and family counselling * helps obtain social insurance numbers * offers services in a variety of languages * affiliated with interpreter services * provides certification of immigration and education related documents * commissioner of oath services.
Employment Access Program (EAP) - helps job seekers identify range of skills, design marketable resumes and assist in overcoming the barrier of "No Canadian Experience" * helps develop individual employment and career action plan * provides information about mentorship programs, retraining, education and volunteer opportunities in the community * one-on-one coaching, resource library and workshops* free access to the internet,
phone, fax, and photocopier.
Refugee Sponsorship Training Program - The RSTP is a program designed to support the Sponsorship Agreement Holders (SAHs) of Canada, their Constituent Groups, Groups of Five and Community Sponsors interested in sponsoring refugees.
Supportive Services for Women - provides supportive counselling to newcomer women who are experiencing domestic violence * services are linguistically and culturally sensitive for the clients * provides individual crisis intervention counselling with no waiting list * information & referral services * support groups for recently separated/divorced women * workshops on self-esteem, anger management, assertiveness, job-search, stress management, health alternatives, parenting and more * networking for isolated women through groups * free non-judgmental, confidential support * helps victims of violence to identify and examine their options in order to survive and work through their crisis * accompanies victims to hospitals, police stations or to court and advocates on their behalf when necessary * refers client to other agencies or professionals when appropriate * responds to women of all cultures in culturally sensitive environment through many
languages * provides public education
Housing Support – helps Peel residents to locate suitable and affordable housing
|Monday, Thursday and Friday 9:00AM - 5:00PM
Tuesday and Wednesday 9:00AM - 8:00PM
|BRA0979||Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Canada Immigration Centre||Admits immigrants, foreign students, visitors and temporary workers * resettles, protects and provides a safe haven for refugees * helps newcomers adapt to Canadian society and become Canadian citizens * manages access to Canada to protect the security and health of Canadians and the integrity of Canadian laws * call centre agents cannot make decisions on applications that are being processed by Case Processing Centres (CPCs) or CIC offices||Automated Telephone Service Mon -Sun 24 hours
Call Centre agents Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm
|MAL0071||Polycultural Immigrant and Community Services, Mississauga Office||Office: 905-403-8860
Counselling Services * 905-403-8860
LINC Program * 905-403-9545
Resource Centre for New Immigrants * 905-403-8860
ELT * 905-823-5461
|Provides programs for new immigrants, first generation Canadians and refugees
Language Instruction For Newcomers To Canada (LINC) Program - full time and evening English classes (Literacy to Level 7) * free for permanent residents, convention refugees and live-in caregivers * child minding for pre-school children for registered students
Enhanced Language Training (ELT) - intended for internationally trained professionals who have prior training in IT, engineering, business administration, customer service,and healthcare * 3-part course (in class sector specific language training, one-on-one workplace preparation with a job developer; six weeks of unpaid job placement in a Canadian company) * day time and night time classes offered * full time and part time
Settlement Services - information on and referral * interpretation and translation * interpretation over the phone and/or in person to facilitate access to programs and services such as social assistance, medical care and legal services * case management services for underserved and high needs clients * career and employment counselling * short term supportive counselling * crisis intervention
Resource Centre For New Immigrants - computers with internet access * assistance with information search, letter preparation, completing on-line applications * assistance with job search and resume writing * fax and photocopier * information sessions on settlement topics * internal referrals to individual counselling and English language training * referral to community and government programs and services
Offers interpretation, translation, and certification of documents and affidavits
|Mon 8:30 am-7 pm * Tue- Fri 8:30 am-4 pm||Add Record|
|CMH0126||Salvation Army, Mississauga Community & Family Services||3167 Cawthra Rd
Mississauga, ON L5A 2X4
|905-279-3941||Provides services such as emergency shelter, food, clothing, and counselling to people in need; as well as church programs for all ages * offers women's support groups * moms and tot's summer camp * summer camps for children and youth * anger management for men and women * immigrant and refugee services * Speaking Canadian - English conversation classes * confidential couple, family and individual counselling * Client Trusteeship Program to assist those in the community who have difficulty ensuring that their rent and other bills are paid*. Christmas Assistance Program available to single persons and families.* Volunteer opportunities also available. Offered at; * 3167 Cawthra Rd * Mississauga * 905-279-3941||Office Mon-Tue 9 am-12 noon; 1 pm-3:30 pm; Wed 9 am-12 noon; 1 pm-6:30 pm; Thu 1 pm-3:30 pm; Fri 9 am-12 noon||Add Record|