Group Name: Yorktown Family Services – Supporting Young Families

Description: Yorktown Family Services is a community-based nonprofit social services agency dedicated to providing effective, accessible, quality mental health treatment, prevention and out-reach services to children, youth, women and families in the former City of York.

Supporting Young Families is a United Way “Success By Six” Program for pregnant and parenting teens, under 22 years of age, with children birth to six years of age, living in the former City of York. Collaborating agencies include: Yorktown Child & Family Centre, Macaulay Child Development Centre, Humewood House, Unison Health & Community Services, Toronto Public Health and Programs Without Walls. Supporting Young Families services are available at The Jane Street Hub (Jane & Trethewey). Transit Tickets and Food Vouchers are available for participants. Young mothers are eligible to participate until their 23rd birthday and fathers until their 27th.

Where: 2010 Eglinton Ave. West, Suite 300 | Toronto, ON M6E 2K3

When: Prenatal & Nutrition Education Program, a Healthy Eating and Nutrition Program, Fathering Support Group, a Parent & Child Program are offered with Child Care available on Thursdays, 4-6 p.m.

Contact: Leisha 416-394-2424 Ext. 243 | Karina 416-394-2424 Ext. 225 | |

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