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 CMH0132Armagh   905-855-0299 Provides second stage housing for abused women (with or without children) Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm Add Record Add Record
Map RecordCDR0055Human Services Department, Region of Peel, Children's Services Operations 10 Peel Centre Drive 
Brampton, ON L6T 0E3
Information Line 905-791-1585 The Region of Peel’s Human Services Department leads, plans, and manages a region-wide early learning and childcare system that provides families and children with access to a broad range of family-centred, coordinated services. 
Child Care Special Needs Access Point Peel (Child Care SNAP – Peel) provides a single point of access to coordinated services supporting inclusion to preschool children with special needs in licensed child care. Parents and professionals seeking support or services can call 905-791-7800, extension 7627. 
Community Programs and Workshops: 
• Family literacy workshops in 74 school sites 23 community sites across the Region of Peel  
• Parenting workshops  
• Early Learning Programs in Peel Shelters  
• Training and Employment Programs for Single Parents  
• Mobile Early Education – Learning in our Neighbourhood (LION)  
• Early Literacy Workshops for Professionals, Parents/Caregivers through the Ontario Early Years Centres (OEYC)  
• Various other supportive services for service providers  
For more information, visit
Administration Office: Mon-Fri - 8:30am-4:30pm 
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 CDR0148Interim Place, Mississauga   905-403-9691 ext 2221 24-hour emergency shelters provide up to 54 beds in a safe, secure confidential setting where women, with or without children, can stay up to 4 months. Provides support in the following areas: supportive counselling, support groups, advocacy, accompaniment, information and/or assistance on financial, legal and housing. 24 Hour Shelter Lines  
Office Mon-Fri 9am-5 pm;
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Map RecordCWL1010Salvation Army, Honeychurch Family Life Resource Centre 535 Main Street N 
Brampton, ON L6X 3C9
905-451-4115 Emergency shelter for abused women and children * accommodates 18 families on a temporary basis * provides crisis individual and group counselling * practical information and assistance with legal services * housing, food, clothing and personal care items * counselors assist residents in developing a plan of action * individual crisis counselling provided for women and their children * life skills and parenting groups *support groups for women living in the community * life skills groups and homework club for children Mon-Sun 24 hours Add Record Add Record
Map RecordCDR0240Youth Without Shelter 6 Warrendale Crt 
Etobicoke, ON M9V 1P9
416-748-0110 Youth Without Shelter is an emergency residence and referral agency serving homeless youth (16-24yrs), providing food, board, and programs in a safe, non-judgmental environment.  
Programs and services include: 
* CRISIS PHONE LINE: Counselling and referrals are available 24 hours a day 416-748-0110 
* RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM: provides food, board, counseling, and referrals to health (physical, dental, optical), legal, and other services. 
* STEPS TO SUCCESS PROGRAM: Workshops are run 7 days a week on issues pertaining to life skills (anger management, conflict resolution, budgeting, cooking) and employment skills (job searching skills, resume- and cover-letter writing, interviewing, job retention). 
* HOUSING PROGRAM: Includes workshops and counseling on tenant rights, living with roommates, finding housing, etc. Helps clients coordinate move-ins and is often able to provide donated furniture and kitchen goods. Housing Program workers liaise with landlords and assist in housing searches and placements. 
* STAY-IN-SCHOOL: Designed to support younger residents through the successful completion of their education. Residence, study space, meals, and school supplies are provided. 
* EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM: Provides dedicated counselling for employment assessments; job search; resume writing; interview skill development; and connection to career and shadowing and volunteer opportunities. 
* CONTINUING SUPPORT: Offers support to former residents through The Supper Club that meets every other week, offering dinner, a take-home food package, hygiene products, and counseling. Counseling, referral services, and workshops are all made available to former residents.
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