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Islamic Social Services & Resources Association – Women & Children Program

Group Name: Islamic Social Services & Resources Association – Women and Children Program

Description: I.S.S.R.A. (Islamic Social Services and Resources Association) is a non-profit organization committed to serving individuals, families and communities who are vulnerable, in distress and lack access to other services because of obstacles of culture, language, race, poverty, gender, or other barriers. Muslims and people of conscience should never forget, however, that caring for the poor and the vulnerable in our society is the duty of all able-bodied citizens.

Program for Women and Children
A support network for women and children that are changing their lives to live free from violence in their homes, families, and local communities. A network of service providers who work with the Muslim community who share expertise and resources as we increase the number of culturally sensitive service providers who work with the Muslim community.

Where: 2375 St. Clair Ave. West | Toronto, ON M6N 1K9

When: Please contact for more details.

Contact: 416-767-9358 | 416-767-1531 | issra@issra.ca | www.issra.ca

Carefirst Seniors & Community Services Association – Renal Social Support

Group Name: Carefirst Seniors & Community Services Association -Renal Social Support Program

Description: Carefirst Seniors & Community Services Association is a non-profit charitable community services agency established since 1976. Our spectrum of services has grown from the delivery of Chinese meals-on-wheels service to a full range of community support services, covering the whole Greater Toronto Area, and the York Region.

Renal Social Support Program is a full range social day program for renal patients on different treatment modality. It provides a supportive environment for renal patients to take part in social, physical and educational activities to maintain their independence living and social network in the community. At the same time, provide respite service for caregivers. Characteristics of this program include being supervised by a Registered Nurse for individual health care needs and private rooms available for client’s peritoneal dialysis process.

Where: 3601 Victoria Park Avenue, Suite 501 | Toronto, ON M1W 3Y3

When: Monday to Friday 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Contact: 416-502-2323 | info@carefirstseniors.com | www.carefirstseniors.com

Carefirst Seniors & Community Services Association

Group Name: Carefirst Seniors & Community Services Association – Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Management Centre

Description: Carefirst Seniors & Community Services Association is a non-profit charitable community services agency established since 1976. Our spectrum of services has grown from the delivery of Chinese meals-on-wheels service to a full range of community support services, covering the whole Greater Toronto Area, and the York Region.

Carefirst Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Management Centre is a joint venture of Carefirst Seniors & Community Services Association and Carefirst Family Health Team since 2011. We are a team of dietitians, exercise therapists, family physicians, nurses, social workers, community service providers, and a network of health care collaborators in the community. Programs and services based on community needs, such as:

  • Health Support Group – Anxiety & Stress Support Group
  • Health workshops – for example: Healthy Cooking Class, Metabolic Syndrome Workshop,
  • Caregiver Workshop Series, Skincare Workshop, Weight Management Clinic
  • Chronic disease prevention and rehabilitation programs – Community
  • Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation Program, community outreach
  • Individual counselling
  • Chronic diseases self-management learning series
  • Service provider training series

Where: 3601 Victoria Park Avenue, Suite 501 | Toronto, ON M1W 3Y3

When: Monday to Friday 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Contact: 416-502-2323 Ext. 6010 | info@carefirstseniors.com | www.carefirstseniors.com

Carefirst Seniors & Community Services Association – Diabetes Education

Group Name: Carefirst Seniors & Community Services Association – Diabetes Education Program

Description: Carefirst Seniors & Community Services Association is a non-profit charitable community services agency established since 1976. Our spectrum of services has grown from the delivery of Chinese meals-on-wheels service to a full range of community support services, covering the whole Greater Toronto Area, and the York Region.

Carefirst Diabetes Education Program is funded by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care to provide focused services on diabetes education, early intervention and prevention of diabetes-related complications and self management. Our program provides current, practical, culturally-relevant and customized diabetes education to help patients make decisions which will improve their blood glucose control. The program has multidisciplinary professionals as back up to answer the concerns of patients.
Program is suitable for individuals with Type 2 diabetes, poor control of diabetes or those at risk for developing diabetes (prediabetes).

  • Focus on patient’s self-management and skills enhancement
  • Customized to individual needs. Individual counseling sessions with nurse, dietitian and social worker
  • Group sessions with peer support
  • Feedback to patient’s own physician
  • Follow up monitoring
  • Health Care Team support and referral to specialists

***Chinese and South Asian Diabetes Education materials are available.

Where: 3601 Victoria Park Avenue, Suite 501 | Toronto, ON M1W 3Y3

When: Monday to Friday 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Contact: 416-502-2323 | info@carefirstseniors.com | www.carefirstseniors.com

The Family Council – Support for families of People in Addictions & Mental Health

Group Name: The Family Council- Support for families of People in Addictions & Mental Health

Description: The Family Council: Empowerment for Families in Addictions and Mental Health is a not-for-profit corporation funded by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). We are a member-run organization, guided by a volunteer Board of Directors of members, who are elected by the Family Council general membership. Our vision is that families are accepted and valued partners in a responsive community and health care system that honours the experience of people with mental health and addiction issues.

The Family Resource Centre provides support and information for families facing addiction and mental health issues. It is staffed by volunteers who have experienced the impact of mental health and addiction issues within their own circle of family and friends. Based on these experiences, we offer:

  • emotional support
  • understanding
  • education and information guides
  • coping strategies, and
  • opportunities to meet with other family members.

We serve families, friends, consumers/clients, students, and the general public.

Where: 250 College St., Room G21, | Toronto, ON M5T 1R8

Contact: 416-535-8501 Ext. 36490 | family.council@camh.ca | www2.thefamilycouncil.ca

Epilepsy Toronto – Parents of Young Adults & Teens

Group Name: Epilepsy Toronto – Parents of Young Adults and Teens Support Group

Description: Epilepsy Toronto is a non-profit agency that has supported people living with epilepsy for over 50 years. They offer free PROGRAMS AND SERVICES, host exciting EVENTS throughout the year, and provide lots of epilepsy information as well. Whether you have epilepsy, know someone who lives with seizures, or are just an interested community member wanting to learn more, Epilepsy Toronto can help!

A support group for parents of young adults and teens living with epilepsy. Learn from other parents, develop effective coping strategies and decrease isolation by meeting others.

Where: 468 Queen St. East, Suite 210 | Toronto, ON M5A 1T7

When: Last Wednesday of every month from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.

Contact: Patricia Davis 416-762-8358 | info@epilepsytoronto.org | www.epilepsytoronto.org

Toronto Western Hospital Patient & Family Library

Group Name: Toronto Western Hospital Patient & Family Library

Description: Provides multi-lingual consumer health information to patients and their family.

  • You can borrow books, DVDs, CDs.
  • Free pamhlets and brochures on various health topics.
  • Tailered made health information search.
  • Organize monthly health talks for the public.
  • Outreach to the community to deliver health talks on Ontario health care system.
  • Collaborate with agencies to organize health fairs.

Where: 399 Bathurst Street, 1st floor, West Wing | Toronto, ON M5T 2S8

When: Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.

Contact: 416-603-6277 | twpfl@uhn.on.ca | www.uhnpatienteducation.ca

Nellie’s – Support for Disabled Women Experiencing Abuse & Violence

Group Name: Nellie’s – Support for Disabled Women Experiencing Abuse & Violence

Description: The shelter was named after Nellie McClung, the pioneer feminist who challenged the Canadian Government in the Supreme Court of Canada to have women declared persons under the law. Nellie’s operates a Community Support & Outreach Office to assist women in the community who are homeless and living in poverty with access to basic necessities like food, clothing, and toiletries, as well as to provide support in the areas of housing, immigration, legal issues, child welfare, education, and employment.

Nellie’s Peer Support Groups are offered with the intention of bringing together women who have had similar experiences to talk, listen, and share strategies for coping and overcoming violence and oppression.

Wheeling and Rolling on Women experiencing abuse and violence
12 week Closed Social Support Group for women with physical disabilities, focusing on their experiences of violence and oppression. This program provides education and peer support to women living with physical disabilities.

Where: PO Box 98118, 970 Queen Street East | Toronto, ON M4M 1J0

When: Please call for more information.

Contact: 416-461-8903 | 416-461-1084 (Crisis and Shelter space) | community@nellies.org | www.nellies.org

Toronto Western Hospital – Portuguese Mental Health & Addiction Services

Group Name: Toronto Western Hospital – Portuguese Mental Health & Addiction Services

Description: Our ambulatory program provides mental health and addiction services to people who speak Portuguese. The program has three main services: a general assessment (comprised of a treatment and consultation service), an addiction service, and an intensive case management service for those with severe mental illness.

​You need a referral from your doctor to become a patient at the Portuguese Mental Health and Addiction Services. You must also be non-English speaking, thereby requiring services in the Portuguese language.

When making a referral, your doctor will include: A letter of referral, any relevant consultations, most recent blood work.

Where: 399 Bathurst St, East Wing – 9th Floor| Toronto, ON, M5T 2S8

Contact: 416-603-5974 | www.uhn.ca

Nellie’s – Arts & Craft Support for Women

Group Name: Nellie’s – Arts & Craft Support for Women

Description: The shelter was named after Nellie McClung, the pioneer feminist who challenged the Canadian Government in the Supreme Court of Canada to have women declared persons under the law. Nellie’s operates a Community Support & Outreach Office to assist women in the community who are homeless and living in poverty with access to basic necessities like food, clothing, and toiletries, as well as to provide support in the areas of housing, immigration, legal issues, child welfare, education, and employment.

Nellie’s Peer Support Groups are offered with the intention of bringing together women who have had similar experiences to talk, listen, and share strategies for coping and overcoming violence and oppression.

Arts and Craft Support Group
Provides the opportunity for women to have fun and take risks in a supportive atmosphere. Many women have not had the opportunity to do something fun and creative for a long time. Providing the opportunity with staff to guide them through the activity helps women develop self-confidence and a new form of expression. The group is also a great place for discussion, while providing a space not only for women to come together, socialize, and learn a new skill, but the opportunity for women to discuss topics they present as a priority in a less structured format.

Where: PO Box 98118, 970 Queen Street East | Toronto, ON M4M 1J0

When: Please call for more information.

Contact: 416-461-8903 | 416-461-1084 (Crisis and Shelter space) | community@nellies.org | www.nellies.org

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