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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.
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|CDR0040||Caribbean Children Foundation (The)||33 Moorehead Cres
Brampton, ON L6Z 4K6
|905-840-5369||The Caribbean Children Foundation (TCCF) is a registered Canadian charity. It acts as a facilitator between critically ill poor children from the English-speaking Caribbean and Canadian medical institutions. It contractually obligates itself to pay for their hospital treatment and care to a maximum of C$25,000 per child, by depending on individuals, community organizations and corporate donors for support.||Add Record|
|CDR0078||Easter Seals Ontario, Provincial Office||One Concorde Gate, Ste 700
Toronto, ON M3C 3N6
|416-421-8377||Easter Seals offers the following programs dedicated to helping children, youth and young adults achieve their full individual potential and future independence.
* Residential and Family Camp
Provide a camping experience to a child that is fun and safe while promoting the development of life skills that enhance future independence building self-esteem through activities that challenge each child's individual abilities and providing opportunities for social interaction and building friendships.
*Recreational Choices Funding Program
Parents choose a recreation program that they feel is best for their child. This could include another residential camping program; day camp; swimming lessons; or another recreational program that takes place during the summer.
Easter Seals will fund up to $250 towards the cost. This program is open to all children/youth (5-18yrs) registered with Easter Seals.
* Direct Financial Assistance
Offers direct financial assistance to individual families. Easter Seals Ontario acts as a third party funder and as such has no role in prescribing or recommending equipment, selecting a vendor/contractor or in the relationship between the parent and vendor.
Children and young adults (birth to 19th birthday) with physical disabilities, who are registered with Easter Seals Ontario, qualify for financial assistance towards the purchase of eligible services and special equipment.
Easter Seals financial assistance program picks up where the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care's Assistive Devices Program (ADP), insurance and other family resources leave off. The list of eligible equipment and services is reviewed regularly and priority is given to mobility and communication devices. Easter Seals' funding contribution is based on availability of funds.
* Feature Scholarships
Rose Brodie Provincial Ambassador Scholarship Fund
Frank Henry Ralph Pounsett Scholarship Fund
Truelove Dell Scholarship Fund
Beatrice Drinnan Spence Scholarship Fund
* Incontinence Supplies Grant Program
Program for children and youth with chronic disabilities (physical or developmental) that result in irreversible incontinence or retention problems lasting longer than six months requiring the use of incontinence supplies.
|Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0055||Human 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.
Children’s Services operates 12 licensed Learn. Play. Care. Centres located in Brampton and Mississauga for up to 846 children, using the HighScope curriculum – a fun, proven approach to learning through hands on experiences.
Learn. Play. Care. Centres provide inclusive, high quality learning and childcare services for children ages 18 months to 5 years. One centre provides evening care for children up to 12 years of age. Another centre provides a specialized infant therapeutic program that supports the development of a healthy attachment between parents and infants. Our centres provide inclusive programming for up to 72 children with special needs.
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.
Children’s Services has contractual relationships with over 140 service providers throughout the Region of Peel, 5 special needs resourcing agencies, 2 family resource centres, and United Way. Through the purchase of service of childcare spaces, Human Services is able to provide childcare fee subsidy for over 4000 children a month.
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 www.peelregion.ca
|Administration Office: Mon-Fri - 8:30am-4:30pm
Learn, Play, Care Child Care Centres: Mon-Fri 7am-6pm
Chinguacousy Child Care Centre: 7am-11:30pm
|CDR0057||Ontario. Ministry of Children and Youth Services, Central West Region||6733 Mississauga Rd, Ste 200
Mississauga, ON L5N 6J5
|Office 905-567-7177 * Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) 905-897-3100||Administers the following programs:
PROGRAM REVIEW AND COMPLIANCE UNIT
Licences children's residential services, nursery schools, child care centres and home child care agencies. Provides consulting, advisory, inspection and licensing services to proposed and existing day nurseries. Responds to complaints from the public.
CHILDREN'S AND ADULT SERVICES
Provides social services for adults and children. Acts in supervisory and consultative capacities for local agencies.
ASSISTANCE FOR CHILDREN WITH SEVERE DISABILITIES (ACSD)
Formerly known as the Handicapped Children's Benefit (HCB), this program provides help to parents to assist with some of the extra costs of caring for a child who has a disability. The purpose of the benefit is to help children who have disabilities live as normal a life as possible at home and in the community. Assistance provided through the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)
SPECIAL SERVICES AT HOME (SSAH)
Helps children with developmental or physical disabilities and adults with a developmental disability to live at home with their families by providing funding on a time-limited basis to address individual needs. With this funding, families can purchase supports and services which they could not normally provide themselves and are not available elsewhere in the community.
ONTARIO DISABILITY SUPPORT PROGRAM (ODSP)
Has two components:
Income support program for people with disabilities who are in financial need
Employment support program that recognizes many people with disabilities can and do want to work.
Central West Regional Financial Office
6733 Mississauga Rd, Ste 200
Mississauga, ON L5N 6J5
905-567-7177 * fax 905-567-3215
Income Support 905-897- 3242 * fax 905-897-7419 * TTY 905-897-3109
Employment Support 905-897-3109 * TTY 905-897-3162
|Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm||Add Record|
|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|