Catholic Crosscultural Services

Peel Regional Offices, Mississauga Office

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Record #: MAL0033 Last Modified: 08 May 2013 Last Full Update: 08 May 2013
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Description & Services
Alternate NameCCS
DescriptionProvides information and orientation services to immigrants and refugees * connects clients to basic services in the community including all levels of government * offers counselling and support to families through case management, support groups, crisis intervention, etc 
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 
Language Instruction For Newcomers To Canada (LINC) - provides English classes and related services to assist youth, adult and senior newcomers to settle and adapt in Canada * assessment test required * free childminding for students 
Housing Support - helps Peel residents to locate suitable and affordable 
Volunteer opportunities 
HoursMon-Thur -Fri 9 am-5 pm * Tue-Wed 9 am-8 pm
Areas ServedPeel Region
EligibilityImmigrants and residents of Peel
ApplicationContact the Intake Secretary
LanguagesEnglish ; Arabic ; Chinese (Mandarin) ; Dari ; Farsi (Persian) ; Filipino ; Gujurati ; Hindi ; Korean ; Polish ; Portuguese ; Punjabi ; Russian ; Sinhala ; Spanish ; Tamil ; Urdu
Contact Information
Address3660 Hurontario Street, 7th Floor
Mississauga, ON L5B 3C4
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IntersectionOne lights South of Hurontario St (Hwy 10) & Burnhamthorpe Rd
AccessibilityFully Accessible
Mailing Address3660 Hurontario Street, 7th Floor 
Mississauga, ON L5B 3C4
Office Phone905-273-4140
After Hours PhoneAnswering machine
Primary ContactJason Linton, Regional Director, Catholic Crosscultural Services; Phone: 905-273-4140; Fax: 905-273-4176
Alternate ContactAnia Dymek, Settlement Services Manager; Phone: 905-273-4140 ext 228; Fax: 905-273-4176; Email:
Primary ExecutiveCarolyn Davis, Executive Director; Phone: 416-757-7010; Fax: 416-757-7399; Email:
Alternate ExecutiveJason Linton, Regional Director; Phone: 905-273-4140 ext 226; Fax: 905-273-4176; Email:
Other Details
FundingProvincial ; Federal ; United Way
Service Level(50) Non Profit
SubjectsAssaulted women ; Case management ; Commissioners of oaths ; Counselling ; Crisis intervention ; Document services ; Employment ; English as a second language ; Family violence ; Immigrants ; Information and referral ; Interpretation ; Job search training ; Legal information ; Low income housing ; Orientation ; Refugees ; Resumes ; Settlement services ; Support groups ; Translation ; Woman abuse