Indus Community Services

Brampton Branch Office

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Description & Services
Description Community agency providing health services, family services and services for newcomers in 4 different locations in Brampton  
Health Services - Provided out of 245 Queen Street East location office include the following programs:  
•adult day services 
•bathing program 
•caregiver support group 
•friendly visiting program 
•senior wellness program 
•foot care services 
•SWAGAT - Seniors Wellness: Activity, Growth, Arts, and Technology 
Family Services - Provided out of 60 West Dr location offers the following programs:  
•ACES (Advocacy, Counselling, Empowerment and Safety) Program for Women 
•Child, Youth and Parenting (CYP) Program 
•family court support services 
•Community Mental Health Support Services - Housing and Support Peel (HASP) 
Newcomer Services/Family Services - Provided out of 60 Gillingham Dr location offers the following programs:  
Employment Services 
English Language Training (LINC - Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada) 
Family Services 
Child, Youth and Parenting (CYP) Program 
Family Court Support Services 
Community Mental Health Support Services - Housing and Support Peel (HASP) 
ACES Program for Women (Advocacy Counselling, Empowerment and Safety) 
Saath Program 
The Massi Project
Hours Administration: Mon-Fri 9am-4:30pm
Areas Served Brampton ; Caledon ; Etobicoke North ; Malton
Application Call for more information
Fees Varies per program
Languages English ; Bengali ; Gujurati ; Hindi ; Punjabi ; Tamil ; Urdu
Contact Information
Address & Map
60 Gillingham Drive, Suite 500
Brampton, ON L6X 0G6
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Intersection Main St N and Bovaird Dr W
Accessibility Fully Accessible
Office Phone 905-275-2369
Fax 905-459-4347
Primary Contact Daksha Mulla, Manager - Language Programs; Phone: 905-459-4776 ext 3222; Email:
Other Details
Print Material 'Indus Current' - Quarterly newsletters, AGM reports, brochures and flyers
Established 1985
Elections During the Annual General Meeting
Funding Provincial - Ministry of Community and Social Service ; Federal - Citizenship and Immigration Canada ; Service Canada ; Ministry of the Attorney General ; United Way
Service Level (10) Local Government ; (20) Regional Government ; (30) Provincial Government ; (40) Federal Government ; (50) Non Profit ; (80) United Way
Subjects Abuse ; Accompaniment services ; Alzheimer disease ; Counselling ; Crisis intervention ; Day programs ; Drop-in centres ; Employment ; English as a second language ; Friendly visiting ; Health education ; Homeless people ; Housing ; Immigrants ; Information and referral ; Job search training ; Language instruction ; Long term care ; Long term care facilities ; Mental health ; Multiculturalism ; Nutrition ; Orientation ; Parenting support ; Recreational activities ; Security checks ; Seniors ; Settlement services ; South Asian community ; Support groups ; Woman abuse ; Women ; Workshops ; Youth

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