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|Record #||Organization / Program Name(s)||Address||Office Phone||Description||Hours||My List|
|CMH0149||Bramalea Baptist Church, Care Ministries||9050 Dixie Rd
Brampton, ON L6S 1J3
Distinctively christian care given to individual on a one to one basis in time of crisis or loss.
Please contact Shirley Thomas the care ministries Pastor for more info 905-451-6088 ext 227
COPING WITH BEREAVEMENT
Free support group for men and women who are grieving the loss of a loved one through death
To register: call Ethel 905-790-6620 * Heather 905-793-3670
Free support group for those who are grieving the loss of a loved one through suicide, traumatic or sudden death
For information and to register: call Ethel 905-790-6620
CHILDREN COPING (three times a year)
8-week seminar education and support for children (6-12yrs) who are grieving the death of a loved one.
JUST ME & THE KIDS (twice a year)
12-week support program for single parents and kids. This program will help the kids deal with their grief in losing a parent through divorce.
CANCER SUPPORT GROUP
A christian based group to support people who are going through Cancer. Please call 905-451-6088 for more info.
DYNAMIC MARRIAGE WORKSHOPS (2- 3 sessions THROUGHOUT YEARl)
8 MEETINGS for those contemplating marriage
Private Practice Counselling available on request. Sliding scale fees apply.
|Office Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0112||Canadian Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths||60 James St, Suite 403
St. Catharines, ON L2R 7E7
|905-688-8884||CFSID is dedicated to reducing infant mortality and the rate of sudden and unexpected infant deaths, and to the emotional support of those who are affected.
Since 1973, CFSID has been Canada’s only national charity specifically focused on providing peer-to-peer support to Canada’s SIDS community, and to those affected by other infant, child and stillbirth losses. With the support of our members, supporters and volunteers, we also pursue advocacy, education and research efforts to support safe sleep practices across Canada.
|Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0136||Family Services of Peel||151 City Centre Dr, Ste 501
Mississauga, ON L5B 1M7
|* Intake 905-453-5775
* Brampton 905-453-7890
* Mississauga 905-270-2250
|IMMEDIATE INTERVENTION SERVICES (IIS)
Provides immediate services for victims of violence (domestic violence; partner abuse) including short-term counselling, support, information, referral and advocacy. For individuals who are experiencing domestic violence or partner abuse, bereavement due to sudden death or loss, and traumatic events
Clients are entitled to 6 free counselling sessions.
INDIVIUAL, COUPLE & FAMILY COUNSELLING (ICF)
Provides individual, couple and family counselling.- a sliding scale
New Beginings Group - Stage I & II
14-week therapeutic group for women who have experienced violence/abuse in their intimate partner relationship.
Partner Assault Response Program (PAR) has two aspects: There is the:
PAR Groups for men which is a 16-week psycho-educational group for men who been abusive towards to their female partners. Individuals who have abused their partners, referred to the program by a court as a condition of a probation order, conditional sentence or parole, or as a condition of bail prior to sentencing.
PAR Support for women - 16 week specialized counselling/educational programs delivered to provide partners of participants with safety planning and referrals to community resources
Offered at the following locations:
Brampton, Ontario L6Y 4M3
(Hurontario & Ray Lawson)
MALTON - call for details
151 City Centre Dr, Ste 501
Mississauga, Ont L5B 1M7
|*Mississauga - Mon-Thurs 9am-9pm
Brampton- *Mon & Fri 9am-5pm
|CDR0131||Lighthouse Program for Grieving Children||82 Wilson St
Oakville, ON L6K 3G5
|905-337-2333||Our program offers peer support groups for children (3-12 years old) and teens (12-18 years old) who are grieving the death of a family member or close friend. Support groups for their primary caregivers also offered. Resource library of books. Community education.
||*Office Hours; Mon-Fri 9:30am - 4pm
*Groups take place in the evenings at various times
*Groups meet every other week
|BRA0175||Peel HIV / AIDS Network||160 Traders Blvd, Unit 1
Mississauga, ON L4Z 3K7
|905-361-0523||Peel HIV/AIDS Network (PHAN) is committed to serving diverse people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, and to limiting the spread of the virus through support, education, advocacy and volunteerism * provides community education * speakers bureau by people infected with/affected by HIV/AIDS * resource centre * health promotion information for people living with HIV/AIDS * targeted prevention education in the community * one to one counselling and support * peer support * financial assistance * groups for those infected with/affected by HIV/AIDS, their caregivers and bereaved * street outreach for drug users * community referrals for legal, financial, medical and other services * serves as a fixed site for Peel Works Needle Exchange program||Mon-Fri 9am-5pm||Add Record|
|CDR0069||Port Credit Community Church||4 Mississauga Rd N
Mississauga, ON L5H 2H4
|905-274-6564||A non-profit, faith-based facility that provides the following programs (secular and faith based curriculum vary by program):
Trained facilitators guide kids through divorce, separation and loss.
(Mon 7 pm - 8:30 pm)
W.E. CARE LUNCH
Lunch time for those in need.
(Tues 11:00 am - 1:00 pm)
Support group celebrating and connecting mother of preschoolers.
(Wed 9:15 am-11 am; child programming provided)
Activities, events, friendships and guidance.
(Tue. Sr. High 7 pm-9 pm & Thur. Jr. High - 7 pm-9 pm)
COMMUNITY COFFEE TIME
Coffee and conversation for those in need
(Thu 9:30 am-11:30 am)
GOOD SENSE BUDGET COURSE
Learn the principals of financial responsibility
(Weekend workshops; dates vary)
Other services include on-site internet access (for resource database search), information wall, referral, volunteer recruitment, Community Cupboard (food collection in support of local food bank).
|Tues -Fri 9 am-4 pm||Add Record|
|CAL0016||Rainbows||A structured program which provides peer support for children and youth who have suffered a significant loss due to death, separation, divorce, or any other grief or painful transition within the family. The program is not therapy or counselling; it allows children to express their feelings in a comfortable environment.||Add Record|
|CDR0038||Trillium Health Centre, Children's Services||100 Queensway W
Mississauga, ON L5B 1B8
|905-848-7100||Trillium Health Centre offers one of the largest, most comprehensive childrens programs in the region. Services include:
* Asthma Education Centre
Offers children and their families information to become more proactive in monitoring and controlling asthma.
* Autism Services
Trillium Health Centre is a subcontractor for Erinoak, who is the lead agency for a new Autism Initiative. Intensive Behavioural Intervention (IBI) is provided for children meeting designated criteria.
* Canadian Clinic For Adopted Children
Offers medical and developmental consultation services to individuals and their families involved in domestic and international adoption.
* Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services
Provides outpatient mental health services for children, adolescents and their families.
* Children's Emergency Follow-up Consultation Clinic
Children are seen by a pediatrician within 1-3 days when an urgent referral is made by an Emergency Care Centre physician or by a family physician after children have been seen and discharged from the Emergency Care Centre.
* Children's Procedure Clinic
Blood tests and other minor procedures are done by pediatric nurses in a child-friendly environment.
* Intensive Care Nursery
Trillium's Level II Nursery has a 14-bed capacity and provides care to newborns requiring intensive care supporting short-term ventilation of pre-term infants (33wks gestation or greater). Lactation consultants are available to support breastfeeding.
* Kidz Klinic
Walk-in/after hours clinic provides care for children beyond the hours offered by most pediatricians and family physicians.
* Neonatal Follow-up Clinic
Offers developmental assessments for infants who have been identified as being potentially at risk for developmental delay.
* Pediatric Diabetes Clinic (REGIONAL PROGRAM)
A multidisciplinary team helps children and their families to learn about diabetes and how to better manage it.
* Pediatric Outpatient Services (POPS)
150 Sherway Dr, Etobicoke
A multidisciplinary assessment/treatment program whose team includes occupational therapists, psychologists and speech and language pathologists. Provides assessment, diagnosis and treatment for preschoolers (2-5½yrs) who have developmental disabilities such as autism or Aspergers disorder.
For residents of Mississauga & West end Etobicoke or surrounding areas whose doctors have admitting privileges at Trillium.
* Pediatric Sexual Assault Service (REGIONAL PROGRAM)
Provides medical and counseling support to children and their families.
* Pediatrics Unit: 15-bed inpatient unit provides care and treatment to children (up to 18yrs).
* Peel Behavioral Services
Offers functional behavioural assessments, individual behavioural programs, brief interventions, consultative assistance, educational sessions, groups and a resource library for children (2yrs & over) and their families. Treatment provided in-home, in daycare settings and in schools.
Appointment necessary; must be residents of Peel Region.
* Infant and Child Development Services Peel (for children 6yrs & under)
Offers family-centred intervention to families of infants and young children with developmental risks. Provides in-home or office visits, consultation, assessment and screening.
* SOCIAL WORK
Provides assessment and counseling to children, adolescents and their families who are coping with physical and/or mental health conditions, hospitalization, conflicts, trauma and loss.
* SURGERY SERVICES
Provides surgical procedures for children including tonsillectomies, ear tubes, hernia repairs etc.
|CDR0064||Trillium Health Centre, Children's Services, Social Work||100 Queensway W
Mississauga, ON L5B 1B8
|905-848-7493||Provides assessment and counseling to children, adolescents and their families who are coping with physical and/or mental health conditions, hospitalization, conflicts, trauma and loss. The service refers to community resources to address health and psycho-social needs post-discharge.||Add Record|