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Centre francophone – Youth Gateway Program

Group Name: Centre francophone – La Passerelle Program (The Gateway)

Description: The Centre francophone de Toronto is a non-profit organization that serves, first and foremost, as the main entry point for Francophones who live or plan to settle in Toronto. The Centre helps promote the well-being of the Francophone community, and has developed a community-based and multi-disciplinary approach. It offers a range of services to meet the needs of all Francophones in the GTA.

La Passerelle (The Gateway) program is a day treatment centre for children aged 6 to 12 who need intensive support to overcome behavioural, emotional or social challenges they may encounter in school.
The proposed follow-up by professionals will ensure greater success at school by helping children become more motivated and easing their social integration.The professionals support children by:

  • regularly following up on an in-class therapy program
  • developing long-term strategies
  • easing their integration into the regular school environment

Where: 20 Lower Spadina Avenue | Toronto, ON M5Y 2Z1

Contact: 416-446-0303 Ext. 1 | passerelle@centrefranco.org | www.centrefranco.org

Centre francophone – Children with Special Needs

Group Name: Centre francophone – Children with Special Needs

Description: The Centre francophone de Toronto is a non-profit organization that serves, first and foremost, as the main entry point for Francophones who live or plan to settle in Toronto. The Centre helps promote the well-being of the Francophone community, and has developed a community-based and multi-disciplinary approach. It offers a range of services to meet the needs of all Francophones in the GTA.

The child development program is offered to children with developmental delays. Meetings with our professionals are confidential, and available by appointment.Every child is unique, and flourishes in an environment that favours his or her development. The development program for children aged 0 to 5 guides children through the stages of their autonomy, and helps parents who face challenges with their child’s development. If you think your child has developmental challenges, you can obtain support from a staff member. The staff member will assess the child’s development on a number of levels:

  • fine and overall motor skills
  • ability to socialize within a group
  • autonomy
  • comprehension
  • communication and language
  • sensory perception

Where: 20 Lower Spadina Avenue | Toronto, ON M5Y 2Z1

Contact: 416-922-2672 Ext. 274 | www.centrefranco.org

Centre francophone – Children’s Mental Health

Group Name: Centre francophone – Children’s Mental Health

Description: The Centre francophone de Toronto is a non-profit organization that serves, first and foremost, as the main entry point for Francophones who live or plan to settle in Toronto. The Centre helps promote the well-being of the Francophone community, and has developed a community-based and multi-disciplinary approach. It offers a range of services to meet the needs of all Francophones in the GTA.

The Mental Health Service program for children aged 0 to 6 helps children who have behavioural troubles, and guides parents in their child’s development. The signs that parents may detect are varied, and can include regular nightmares, few friends at school, deep sadness, lack of self confidence, angry outbursts, etc. After assessing the child’s needs, the therapist may assist in his or her process through: Therapies; Individual or family consultations; Group sessions; Coordination of services between various agencies; and Child care and family support.

Where: 20 Lower Spadina Avenue | Toronto, ON M5Y 2Z1

Contact: 416-922-2672 Ext. 233 | www.centrefranco.org

Centre francophone – Espace Jeunesse

Group Name: Centre francophone – Espace Jeunesse

Description: The Centre francophone de Toronto is a non-profit organization that serves, first and foremost, as the main entry point for Francophones who live or plan to settle in Toronto. The Centre helps promote the well-being of the Francophone community, and has developed a community-based and multi-disciplinary approach. It offers a range of services to meet the needs of all Francophones in the GTA.

Our Espace Jeunesse program offers a support service for francophone children and youth aged 7 to 18 who are experiencing mental health issues, and for their families, in schools and in the community. Espace Jeunesse is here to help and offers the following services:

  • Individual and family assessments
  • Specialized assessments (psychological and psychiatric)
  • Individual and/or family therapy and counselling
  • Consultations and support at school
  • Programs and workshops for youth at school and in the community
  • Programs and workshops for parents

Where: 20 Lower Spadina Avenue | Toronto, ON M5Y 2Z1

Contact: 416-922-2672 Ext. 290 | www.centrefranco.org

Oasis Centre Des Femmes

Group Name: Oasis Centre Des Femmes – Immigrant and Refugee Women’s Program

Description: Oasis centre des femmes is a non-profit organization offering services to francophone women age 16 and up in the Greater Toronto Area and Halton-Peel. Through their programs, they offer support to women who have been affected by violence in any form, as well as to those seeking employment or starting their own business. They are also committed to ending violence on a societal level by offering abuse prevention workshops and working in partnership with many other community organizations.

Support Services
Our support programs are designed for women who are or have experienced violence in all its forms as domestic or family violence, sexual violence, violence linked to armed conflict, harassment …
They are confidential, free and available in a warm and safe environment. They include:

  • Transitional support and Housing Support
  • Counseling
  • Support in the context of Family Court

Where: P.O. 46085 College Park | Toronto, ON M5G 2P6

When: Call for more information.

Contact: 416-591-6565 | services@oasisfemmes.org | www.oasisfemmes.org

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