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Post-Polio Canada – March of Dimes Canada

Group Name: Post-Polio Canada – March of Dimes Canada

Description: Post-Polio Canada is a program of March of Dimes. Since 1951, March of Dimes has worked to eradicate the threat of polio in Canada and provide support services to polio survivors. Post-Polio Canada works with peer support groups nationwide to connect polio survivors. The program also provides education for those unfamiliar with polio and resources to caregivers helping those with post-polio syndrome.

If you have been impacted by polio as a survivor, relative, caregiver, health care provider, volunteer or friend, a Polio Canada support group can help you connect with peers, exchange information and resources, learn new skills and build a social network for support.

Where: 10 Overlea Blvd. | Toronto, ON M4H 1A4

When: Membership is free and open to all persons who have had polio and others interested. Post-Polio Chapters are located throughout Ontario and across Canada. Call for further information.

Contact: Erica Mugan 1 800 263 3463 Ext. 7758 | 1-800-480-5903 – Warmline | polio@marchofdimes.ca | emugan@marchofdimes.ca | www.marchofdimes.ca

The 519 Church Street Community Centre – Sunday Drop-In

Group Name: The 519 Church Street Community Centre – Sunday Drop-In

Description: The 519 is the hub of community life in Toronto’s diverse Church and Wellesley Village. For over 35 years, The 519 has been working with our neighbours and our lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer (LGBTQ) communities to build healthy, welcoming spaces to meet, participate and celebrate together. With the support of our staff team, our communities identify and implement solutions to emerging issues through award-winning programs and services, and with the leadership of volunteers, over 80 community-led programs provide peer support, social, recreational, arts and cultural opportunities in our public meeting spaces.

Our Sunday Drop-In has evolved and changed over the years, adapting to the needs of the local community and the homeless and under-housed people who come to The Centre. The program will consist of a big Sunday breakfast shared together Room 106 of The Centre, starting at 10AM. Breakfast is followed by afternoon programs on a variety of programs and topics selected by participants and led by staff and volunteers. Lunch is served during afternoon programs and individuals who do not want to stay for programs can grab a meal-to-go before breakfast ends at 1. The 519’s Drop-In is unique in that it focuses on LGBTQ homeless and under-housed people and their allies. Everyone is welcome to attend the drop in as long as they contribute to ensuring a safe, positive space for LGBTQ people.

Where: 519 Church Street | Toronto, ON M4Y 2C9

When: Please call or e-mail for more detailed information.

Contact: Sawyer Pow 416-355-6789 Ext. 4015 | spow@the519.org | www.the519.org

The 519 Church Street Community Centre – Newcomer Youth Engagement

Group Name: The 519 Church Street Community Centre – Newcomer Youth Engagement

Description: The 519 is the hub of community life in Toronto’s diverse Church and Wellesley Village. For over 35 years, The 519 has been working with our neighbours and our lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer (LGBTQ) communities to build healthy, welcoming spaces to meet, participate and celebrate together. With the support of our staff team, our communities identify and implement solutions to emerging issues through award-winning programs and services, and with the leadership of volunteers, over 80 community-led programs provide peer support, social, recreational, arts and cultural opportunities in our public meeting spaces.

Youth Engagement is a weekly program for newcomer youth (aged 14-19) who are Permanent Residents or Convention Refugees, residing in Canada for less than 5 years. Youth Engagement is a great way to make new friends, practice English, and build skills around leadership, volunteerism, and goal setting. Each week offers a workshop exploring topics that will help you learn more about your new home, Canada.
2012-2013 program highlights have included:

  • Get Connected – An Anti-Poverty Initiative: an eye-opening look at nutrition, food, and poverty in Canada
  • Tips from the Pros –an insider’s view of non-traditional careers in Canada, e.g. DJing, architecture, and culinary arts
  • Cooking Around The World- exploring nutrition and food through recipes from around the world
  • Positive Spaces – Learning about Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, and Queer (LGBTQ) communities and create spaces free from oppression

Where: 519 Church Street | Toronto, ON M4Y 2C9

When: Please call or e-mail for more detailed information.

Contact: Benjamin Bongolan 416-355-6789 | bbongolan@the519.org | www.the519.org

Polycultural Immigrant and Community Services – Family Support Program

Group Name: Polycultural Immigrant and Community Services – Family Support Program

Description: Much like the rich fabric that is Canadian culture, our Polycultural family reflects the cultural, ethnic and linguistic diversity of the communities we serve. We are dedicated to maintaining an open, inclusive and welcoming environment for all. Currently, we serve clients in over 40 different languages in our six locations across the GTA. Polycultural supports a holistic approach to serving the needs of our community by providing a range of programs including newcomer orientation, education, language, employment and family support services.

Polycultural understands the many challenges associated with being new to Canada, and we aim to support families through their transition while helping you balance the cultural values, traditions and beliefs that are important to your family.

Counsellors provide assistance to immigrant communities in the GTA through one-to-one and family counselling.

  • Culturally competent guidance and education.
  • Private and confidential counselling is available for each family member who would like to participate.
  • Assistance accessing community legal clinics, social assistance, income supports, Community Care Access Centres, disability benefits, pensions, shelters, housing programs and more.
  • Help accessing health services for people dealing with mental health, addictions or physical illness.
  • Help to identify and resolve personal and/or family problems such as family communication breakdown, violence, parenting, addictions, separation, disabilities, financial difficulties, or homelessness.
  • Referrals to community supports and services.

Where: 17 Four Seasons Place, Suite 102 | Toronto, ON M9B 6E6

When: There are currently three locations across Toronto offering this service. Please call for more information.

Contact: 416-533-9471 | 416-233-0055 | 416-261-4901 | info@polycultural.org | www.polycultural.org

Gay Poz Sex – HIV/AIDS support

Group Name: Gay Poz Sex – Sexual Health Support with HIV/AIDS

Description: Gay Poz Sex (GPS) is a sexual health program for gay and bisexual men who are HIV-positive. I know: Finally! GPS is facilitated by gay, poz men, and we take a gay-positive, sex-positive approach to understanding our sexual health and getting good sex. Like GPS in a car helps you find your way when traveling, our GPS program helps gay, bisexual, poz men find their own way when seeking hot and healthy sex.

Only men over 18 years old and who identify as gay or bisexual and are HIV-positive are eligible
We meet for 2 hours once a week for 8 weeks. Confidentiality and safety are a priority – we only use pseudonyms (fake names). As we are in the second phase of researching GPS, participants are asked to complete questionnaires periodically and paid $30 for each questionnaire they complete. There are other criteria for eligibility and we can tell you about that when you contact us. Please contact our Peer Facilitators Rick & Scott for more information.

Contact: Rick & Scott 416-340-8484 Ext. 277 | rjulien@actoronto.org ssimpson@actoronto.org | www.gaypozsex.org

Polycultural Immigrant and Community Services – Problem Gambling Counselling

Group Name: Polycultural Immigrant and Community Services – Problem Gambling Counselling

Description: Much like the rich fabric that is Canadian culture, our Polycultural family reflects the cultural, ethnic and linguistic diversity of the communities we serve. We are dedicated to maintaining an open, inclusive and welcoming environment for all. Currently, we serve clients in over 40 different languages in our six locations across the GTA. Polycultural supports a holistic approach to serving the needs of our community by providing a range of programs including newcomer orientation, education, language, employment and family support services.

  • Culturally and linguistically appropriate prevention and treatment for gamblers
  • Polish and Russian speaking counsellors
  • Outreach and public education
  • Consultation and referrals to credit counselling and other services.

Where: 17 Four Seasons Place, Suite 102 | Toronto, ON M9B 6E6

When: Please call for more information on location, registration and times.

Contact: 1-844-493-5839 Ext. 4221 | 416-233-1655 | info@polycultural.org | www.polycultural.org

The 519 Church Street Community Centre – Monday Night Women’s Group

Group Name: The 519 Church Street Community Centre – Monday Night Women’s Group

Description: The 519 is the hub of community life in Toronto’s diverse Church and Wellesley Village. For over 35 years, The 519 has been working with our neighbours and our lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer (LGBTQ) communities to build healthy, welcoming spaces to meet, participate and celebrate together. With the support of our staff team, our communities identify and implement solutions to emerging issues through award-winning programs and services, and with the leadership of volunteers, over 80 community-led programs provide peer support, social, recreational, arts and cultural opportunities in our public meeting spaces.

Monday Night Women’s Group
There is no registration. A lesbian, bisexual and questioning discussion group. Free to attend. Just drop by. All women must be for 18 years.

Where: 519 Church Street | Toronto, ON M4Y 2C9

When: Mondays from 8:00-10:00 pm at the 519.

Contact: 416-392-6874 | info@the519.org | www.the519.org

The 519 Church Street Community Centre – Transition Support

Group Name: The 519 Church Street Community Centre – Transition Support

Description: The 519 is the hub of community life in Toronto’s diverse Church and Wellesley Village. For over 35 years, The 519 has been working with our neighbours and our lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer (LGBTQ) communities to build healthy, welcoming spaces to meet, participate and celebrate together. With the support of our staff team, our communities identify and implement solutions to emerging issues through award-winning programs and services, and with the leadership of volunteers, over 80 community-led programs provide peer support, social, recreational, arts and cultural opportunities in our public meeting spaces.

Transition Support is a social and support group for transsexuals and transgendered people. The group is open to everyone on a trans spectrum but is mostly attended by MTF (male-to-female) individuals. Come join us to get support, give support, hang out or just listen. This is one place you can be yourself! We have posted a number of resources that provide information on trans issues. Please check our online resources page regularly for updates. This is a drop-in program that is free.

Where: 519 Church Street | Toronto, ON M4Y 2C9

When: The second and fourth Friday of each month from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m.

Contact: 416-392-6874 | info@the519.org | www.the519.org

Young and Potential Fathers

Group Name: Young and Potential Fathers

Description: The Young & Potential Fathers Initiative addresses the cycles of disengagement, lack of resources and lack of visible role models for young racialized fathers in Toronto’s priority neighborhoods, with a specific focus on African Canadians. The initiative will strengthen the capacity of individuals, families and the community at large to provide direct support to young fathers and their children. In a model of a home away from home, Ujima House is a child friendly space where young fathers can learn and bond with their children. Ujima house was designed to reflect the comfort and sensibilities needed to create an environment conducive to young men feeling at ease.

Moreover YPF has created a space where Young & Potential Fathers can receive mentorship, support and be engaged in dialogues about issues relevant to them as fathers, racialized youth, and to receive life skills supports for them and their children.

Fatherhood Talk is a weekly discussion group designed to bring young and potential fathers together with peers and mentors from the community. Each session will take place in the Barber’s Corner of Ujima House and focus on engaging and empowering dialogue where the meaning of manhood, fathering and best practices can be shared. Conversation topics include Education, Employment, Involved Parenting, Politics, Sex, Music, Culture, Media and many more. A limit of 10 haircuts per session, participants must be in attendance to sign up for haircuts.

Where: 1901 Weston Road, Unit 18 | Toronto, ON M9N 3N5

Contact: Zakiya 416-916-2512 Ext. 305 | info@youngpfathers.org | www.youngfathers.org

Polycultural Immigrant and Community Services – Multicultural Women’s Wellness Program

Group Name: Polycultural Immigrant and Community Services – Multicultural Women’s Wellness Program

Description: Much like the rich fabric that is Canadian culture, our Polycultural family reflects the cultural, ethnic and linguistic diversity of the communities we serve. We are dedicated to maintaining an open, inclusive and welcoming environment for all. Currently, we serve clients in over 40 different languages in our six locations across the GTA. Polycultural supports a holistic approach to serving the needs of our community by providing a range of programs including newcomer orientation, education, language, employment and family support services.

Weekly support group sessions are provided for Russian speaking women. This program is delivered in partnership with Canadian Mental Health Association. The goal of the Multicultural Women Wellness Program is to promote the well-being of women who are socially isolated, experiencing cultural and linguistic barriers, and/or women who may be at risk of mental health problems due to difficult life circumstances. It is a safe place where women can meet, make friends, network, learn, remain active and have fun. For many this weekly gatherings are the only place they can meet others and avoid isolation. *** Please call ahead before attending. No fees or registration required.

Where: 27 Roncesvalles Avenue, Suite 407 | Toronto, ON M6R 3B2

When: Russian speaking group meets at a temporary location on Mondays at 3 p.m. for roughly two hours. Polish speaking group meets on Wednesday from 2 p.m. for roughly two hours.

Contact: 416-533-9471 (Polish speaking) | 416-233-0055 (Russian speaking) | info@polycultural.org | www.polycultural.org

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