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Description & Services
Description Not-for-profit, voluntary agency that serves high-need women and their family members 
Parenting and Family Supportive Counselling for: 
* Newcomer 
* Immigrant and refugee parents and grandparents need support to raise healthy children  
Nobody's Perfect Parenting Groups provide: 
* Connecting, sharing and building skills with peers 
* Serve newcomer parents and grandparents who lack the social networks and supports 
* Offers parenting groups effective discipline methods, information on Canadian institutions and service
Hours Office Hours: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 9am-5pm *Wed 9m-8pm * Sat 9am-12noon (appointments only)
Areas Served Etobicoke ; Greater Toronto Area ; Toronto
Eligibility Services available to: newcomer, immigrant, refugee, Canadian women and their family/ dependants
Fees None
Languages English ; French ; Arabic ; Bengali ; Bosnian ; Chinese (Mandarin) ; Croatian ; Dari ; Farsi (Persian) ; Gujurati ; Hindi ; Pashto ; Punjabi ; Serbian ; Somali ; Spanish ; Tamil ; Twi ; Urdu ; West Indian dialect ; Assyrian
Contact Information
Address & Map
925 Albion Road, Suite 309
Etobicoke, ON M9V 1A6
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Site Location Located in Thistletown Community Centre
Intersection Islington Ave and Albion Rd
Accessibility Partially Accessible
Office Phone 416-745-0062  
Fax 416-745-3995
Primary Contact Fatima Filippi, Executive Director; Phone: ext 265 * 1-877-752-8885 ext 212; Email:
Alternate Contact Guadalupe Herrera, Director of Resources, Finances, and Operations; Phone: ext 261; Email:
Volunteer Coordinator Nicole Bhoop/Shabana Irshad, Community Engagement Worker; Phone: ext 352 * ext 306
Other Details
Established 1978
Funding City / Town - City of Toronto ; Provincial - Province of Ontario ; Federal - Citizenship and Immigration Canada ; Donations ; United Way ; Brighter Futures
Service Level (50) Non Profit
Subjects Community centres ; Counselling ; Immigrants ; Parenting support ; Refugees ; Social action ; Support groups ; Women