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|Record #||Organization / Program Name(s)||Address||Office Phone||Description||Hours||My List|
|BRA1038||Amnesty International, Mississauga Group 130||Amnesty International * international movement to promote internationally recognized human rights, and prevent and end grave abuses of the rights to physical and mental integrity, freedom of conscience and expression, and freedom from discrimination||Add Record|
|BRA0286||Brampton. City Of||2 Wellington St W
Brampton, ON L6Y 4R2
|905-874-2000||Municipal government for the City of Brampton.||Add Record|
|BRA0290||Brampton. Community Services Department||2 Wellington St W
Brampton, ON L6Y 4R2
|905-874-2300||Municipal community services department inlcudes fire & emergency services * parks maintenance and operations * recreation facilities & programs * arts, culture and theatres services * business services (administration) and animal services||Add Record|
|CDR1030||Canada Member's of Parliament, Mississauga Brampton South, Eve Adams (Conservative)||4870 Tomken Road, Unit 7
Mississauga, ON L4W 1J8
|905-625-1201||Member of Parliament||Add Record|
|BRA0090||Canadian Progress Club of Brampton||905 793-4075||Service club * works on community and civic projects and provides assistance to disabled children * locally - raises food for the food banks through the Santa Claus Parade * nationally - works with Special Olympics projects||Add Record|
|CMH0067||Childrens Mental Health Ontario||40 St Clair Ave E, Ste 309
Toronto, ON M4T 1M9
|416-921-2109||Supports and represents treatment organizations that serve children (up to 18yrs) and their families throughout Ontario.
To promote service excellence through standards and accreditation, information sharing and education
Advocate for policies, programs and funds to improve the state of children's mental health
To support the work of parents and board members in children's mental health.
Children's mental health centres and related services:
Assess emotional and behaviour problems
Develop treatment and support programs in collaboration with clients
Work with families or caregivers to enable troubled children to stay in school and at home (in some cases, treatment is provided in a residential setting).
|CMH0245||Family Association for Mental Health Everywhere Mississauga||Mississauga Community Door West
90 Burnhamthorpe Road W
Mississauga, ON L5B 3C3
|905-276-8316||Provides a wide range of support services for family members and caregivers of someone with a mental illness.
1-to-1 supportive counsellling
Information & referrals
Support groups for families members(without the illness) (call for meeting times)
Representative available for speaking engagements for public education to various groups.
Education speaker events
FameKids Group and individual programs offered for children (7-12yrs) that have a family member with mental illness. Programs offered in Toronto and Peel. Contact Dave Cho for more information at 416-207-5032 ext.26 or email@example.com
|Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm or by appointment(some evening times available)||Add Record|
|CDR0244||Mayor's Youth Advisory Committee of Mississauga||905-896-5071||Forum to meet new people, learn about and discuss issues affecting youth, and find out about opportunities to make a difference in the community. MYAC members also volunteer at numerous events within the city and organize events geared to youth in Mississauga, such as Youth Week.||Add Record|
|CDR0245||Mayors Youth Team||905-874-2628||Mayor's Youth Team's purpose is to liaise between Brampton youth and the Mayor and City Council, and to help make Brampton a better place for youth to live in. Meets on an irregular basis.||Add Record|
|BRA0261||Mississauga. City Of||300 City Centre Dr
Mississauga, ON L5B 3C1
|3-1-1 (or 905-615-4311 if calling outside City limits)||Provides municipal services for the City of Mississauga * departments and services include: City Manager's Office (Economic Development Office; Legal Services) * Community Services Department (Recreation and Parks Division; Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services; Mississauga Library System) * Corporate Services Department (Human Resources; Information Technology; Revenue and Materiel Management; Facilities and Property Management; Finance, Office of the City Clerk; Communications and 311 Operations) * Planning and Building Department (Development and Design; Policy Planning; Building Division) * Transportation and Works Department (Transportation and Infrastructure Planning Division; Engineering and Works Division; Mississauga Transit; Enforcement Division)||*Business Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
*311 Call Centre: Mon-Fri 7am - 7pm
|BRA0269||Mississauga. Community Services Department||201 City Centre Dr, Suite 900
Mississauga, ON L5B 2T4
|905-615-3200 ext 3071||The department includes five divisions: Planning & Administration * Recreation & Parks * Library Services * Fire & Emergency Services * Facilities & Property Management * direct service provider to the community in the areas of recreation and leisure programs, museums, libraries and fire and emergency services * responsible for the planning, construction, maintenance and operation of parks, boulevards, community centres, arenas, pools, libraries, fire halls and museums||Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm||Add Record|
|BRA0271||Mississauga. Community Services Department, Recreation and Parks Division||Mississauga Central Library
301 Burnhamthorpe Rd W, Ground Flr
Mississauga, ON L5B 3Y3
* Menu option 2 for Facility Bookings
* Menu option 3 for Program Information
* Menu option 4 for Accounting Services
|Parks and Recreation Department * offers the following programs: arts * camps * golf * fitness * museums * parties * skating * sports * swimming * volunteering * youth drop-ins * and more * see separate entries for individual community centres||* Mon, Wed, Thur, Fri 8am - 5pm
* Tues 8am - 8pm
* Sat 9am - 1pm
*closed Sat of holiday weekends
|MAL0145||Multicultural Inter-Agency Group of Peel||3034 Palstan Rd, Ste M3
Mississauga, ON L4Y 2Z6
|905-270-6252||Network of multicultural community organizations * identifies gaps in service delivery * ensures the active participation of diverse groups * builds partnerships and enhances inter-agency collaboration and cooperation between mainstream and community-based organizations * develops materials and resource tools to support the inclusion of diverse communities * provides professional development opportunities to stakeholders and community groups * provides education, training and opportunities for community engagement and leadership development||Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|
|MAL0133||Peel Aboriginal Network||200 Britannia Road E, 3
Mississauga, ON L4Z 1S6
|905-712-4PAN (4726)||Provide a Social, Cultural, Education and Awareness Network to meet the needs of Aboriginal people in Peel. It is our hope to build a sense of community for Aboriginal people in Peel and to provide a forum where we can meet, socialize, share, and learn from one another. One of the common interests of our members is to increase awareness about Aboriginal peoples and issues, and to instil pride in Aboriginal children of their heritage. We will also strive to meet the special service needs of Aboriginal people living in the region of Peel. PAN currently is accepting applications to fill our affordable housing units. Individuals and families must be Aboriginal (First Nation, Metis or Inuit) to qualify. We also provide Addiction Counselling and one to one counselling.||Operating hours,
9 a.m -5:00 p.m, some evening and weekend workshops
|BRA2050||Peel Committee Against Woman Abuse||1515 Matheson Blvd E, Unit 103
Mississauga, ON L4W 2P5
|905-282-9792||Peel Committee Against Woman Abuse (PCAWA) consists of more than 35 member agencies in Peel that are directly involved, or concerned with, woman abuse * member agencies work together to promote a more effective and coordinated response to woman abuse in the region||Variable||Add Record|
|MAL0130||Peel Multicultural Council||6630 Turner Valley Rd
Mississauga, ON L5N 2P1
|905-819-1144||Peel Multicultural Council, as an umbrella organization, aims to promote a harmonious multicultural society in Peel, by increasing communication and by building bridges of understanding between ethno-cultural groups, institutions, and the community, and to facilitate settlement and integration of newcomers to Canada
Addresses racial, social, linguistic and cultural needs of the Peel community * promotes employment equity, anti-racist organizational change, cultural sensitivity and assists in the settlement and integration of newcomers to Canada * promotes community economic development by offering business start-up information and seminars * serves as a clearinghouse of information about various ethnocultural groups through its quarterly newsletter and the resource centre
Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) classes * full time & part- time evening classes for Levels 1-6
Immigrant Settlement Services – provides information on services such as immigration, education, employment, financial assistance, health, legal services, housing, transportation, translation/interpretation, etc * assists with filling out forms and applications (SIN, OHIP, Child Tax, PR Renewal, ODSP, Citizenship) * advocates on clients behalf * provides referrals to other service providers
Job Search Workshop (4 Days) – helps newcomers to Canada find suitable employment * skills covered include: resume writing & cover letters * job search and networking techniques * skills to overcome 'No Canadian Work Experience' barrier * help identifying skills * strategies to tap hidden job market * understanding the Canadian labour market * interview preparations and mock interviews * workers' rights and employment standards
Enhanced Language Training (ELT-12 Wks) - job specific language training * work placement * career counseling * job readiness skills (resume, cover letter, cold calling, and informational interview) * 2 weeks computer classes
Host Program provides newcomer adults with the opportunty to make friends by being matched with someone that has lived in Canada for at least 3 years *newcomers can learn about Canadian culture and customs *receive support to better cope with the stresses of settling and adapting in Canada *participate in group social activities *develop confidence and networking skills. Host Youth Program HYP -helps newcomer youth, ages 12-24, adpat to Canadian culture and become aware of different resources in the community (i.e recreation, entertainment, etc), *praticipate in group activities including: English Conversation Circles, Homework Club, playing video games, movie night, information workshops, art and literature. Other free services offered include: Commissioner of Oaths to attest documents * access to computer, fax, internet * childcare * Mississauga transit tickets
|Mon-Fri 9am-5:00pm * Wed 9am-8:30pm||Add Record|
|BRA2561||Peel. Region Of, Regional Council||10 Peel Centre Drive, Suite A
Brampton, ON L6T 4B9
|905-791-7800||Council and committee meetings are open to the public * for information concerning dates and meeting times call 905-791-7800 * check web site for ward maps (www.region.peel.on.ca/council) * regional/municipal elections are held every 4 years (November 2010)
Regional council consists of 25 members: Regional Chair (1) * the Mayor of each municipality (3) * City of Brampton Council members (6) * Town of Caledon Council members (4) * City of Mississauga Council members (11)
Regional Chair * Emil Kolb
Mayor * Susan Fennell
Wards 1 & 5 * Elaine Moore
Wards 2 & 6 * Paul Palleschi
Wards 3 & 4 * John Sanderson
Wards 7 & 8 * Gael Miles, Sandra Hames
Wards 9 & 10 * John Sprovieri
Mayor * Marolyn Morrison
Ward 1 * Richard Paterak
Ward 2 * Allan Thompson
Ward 3 & 4 * Richard Whitehead
Ward 5 * Patti Foley
Mayor * Hazel McCallion
Ward 1 * Jim Tovey
Ward 2 * Patricia Mullin
Ward 3 * Chris Fonseca
Ward 4 * Frank Dale
Ward 5 * Bonnie Crombie
Ward 6 * Ron Starr
Ward 7 * Nando Iannicca
Ward 8 * Katie Mahoney
Ward 9 * Pat Saito
Ward 10 * Sue McFadden
Ward 11 * George Carlson
|Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm||Add Record|
|MAL0077||Portuguese Cultural Centre of Mississauga Inc||53 Queen St N
Mississauga, ON L5N 1A2
|905-286-1311||Portuguese cultural centre * social and recreational activities * cultural activities focus on preservation and development of Portuguese culture and promoting it to the youth of Portuguese descent * teaches Portuguese language, literature, geography and history * promotes sports activities * promotes good citizenship and integration into mainstream society * promotes youth activities * hall for rent (weddings, baptisms, reunions or theme parties)||Add Record|
|MAL0058||Punjabi Community Health Services||11730 Airport Rd
Brampton, ON L6R 0C7
|905-790-0808 Brampton office
905.677-0889 Malton office
|PCHS is a Health and Social Service not-for-profit and charitable agency which provides a variety of services for the South Asian community including: addiction * mental health * seniors and high risk seniors services * health promotion * domestic violence * women's and men's group programs * group programs for youth and children * parenting programs * In total it provides 24 programs.
PCHS has a partnership with William Osler Hospital to run Diabetes Management educational program at 2980 Drew Road, Unit # 241, Malton.
PCHS also runs other health promotion programs - heart disease * diabetes education * tobacco prevention * Hep C * Stroke * HIV/AIDS * Cancer * Kidney disease * Healthy Eating and lifestyles programs.
PCHS is organizing a five year community development project in Malton called "Malton Community Building Project".
PCHS also provides SAHARA food bank * services for abused women * translation services * media outreach * resource development * and diversity training.
If you would like to volunteer at PCHS or you are a student requesting a student placement, please contact us at 905.790.0808.
PCHS every year undertakes a research study. If you would like to participate, please contact us for your interest in topics.
PCHS has two offices located in Brampton and Malton.
Brampton Office: 905.790.0808
Malton Office - 905.677.0889
Every Monday of the week 6 PM to 8 PM at 2980 Drew Road, Unit # 241, Malton
2nd Saturday of every month at 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM at 11730 Airport Rd, Brampton
Last Sunday of every month from 1 to 4 PM at 2980 Drew Road, Unit # 241, Malton
Every Saturday, 9:30am to 12"30 pm, 135 McLaughlin Road South, Brampton
Senior's programs are run in Brampton, Malton and Mississauga. Please call 905.790.0808 or 905.677.0889 for more information.
|BRA1468||Social Planning Council of Peel||1515 Matheson Blvd E, Unit 103
Mississauga, ON L4W 2P5
|905-629-3044||An independent, non-profit organization that promotes social justice by facilitating citizen participation in the identification of social issues and in the planning and implementation of collaborative actions to address those issues * provides the following services:
Research: examines social problems and needs in Peel * develops options for addressing those problems and needs * provides basic socio-economic information on the Peel population
Public Education: disseminates information about social problems and needs of the community in Peel and the options for addressing them (workshops, training, publications, etc)
Community Development: facilitates coordination and cooperation among agencies in the social services sector of Peel * facilitates the development of new services/agencies in Peel
Consultation: provides professional research and training services to community groups, public and private sector service providers, and funders
SPC will provide organizational development services to community groups and fledgling organizations on request
|Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0253||Trillium Health Centre, Women's Health Services, Peel Committee on Sexual Assault||151 City Centre Dr, Ste 200
Mississauga, ON L5B 1M7
|905-273-4100||The Peel Committee on Sexual Assault is a group of service providers working collaboratively to establish a comprehensive and effective community response to end sexual violence.||Add Record|
|CDR0236||UNICEF Canada||Canada Square
2200 Yonge St, Ste 1100
Toronto, ON M4S 2C6
|1-800-567-4483||UNICEF works for and with children in 156 countries and territories, advocating for children's rights, ensuring their basic needs are met and enabling them to reach their full potential.
UNICEF's programming priorities include immunization, girls' education, HIV and AIDS, child protection and early childhood development.
UNICEF is also present whenever emergencies strike, working to ensure the well-being and development of children.
Operates various programs including sales of UNICEF greeting cards, the Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF campaign, the Education for Development program and public education.
|Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0041||Victims of Violence, Canadian Centre For Missing Children||117 Centrepointe Drive, #340
Ottawa, ON K2G 5X3
|613-233-0052||Dedicated to the prevention of crimes against children. Provides support and referrals to victims of violent crime.
Programs and services include: public awareness about crimes against children: Canadian Centre for Missing Children, a clearinghouse for information on missing children (and adults); support and assistance for victims of violent crime; and public education.