Schools Closed to Students

The Ministry of Education has announced that all schools will remain closed to students beginning April 19. Please do not send your child to school. Remote learning will continue during this closure.

COVID-19 Programs for Children and Families

Type of Program 

Program and Agency 

Contact Information 

Group Programs

Girls Inc. of York Region 

Program: Girls CLUB Virtual Afterschool Program (Mental Health Support)

Ages: 5-8

Date/Time: Mondays and Thursdays 4:00-5:00 p.m.

Description: This is a unique program developed this spring/summer to meet the needs of our girls and their families. Our staff have a variety of educational backgrounds, experience and expertise. Some professions include B.CYC, CYCPs, (Child and Youth Workers), SSWs, Social Workers and a Psychotherapist. 

This program is unique in the sense that it offers the child/youth time to check in  with Girls Inc. Staff, along with a basic assessment and recommendations for further resources for the child/you and/or the family.

Pre-register through email, you will receive a link and password.

Program Supervisor: 

Jill Petrie

905-830-0776 x 307

registration@girlsincyork.org

GroupPrograms

Girls Inc. of York Region  

Program: Girls CLUB Virtual Afterschool Program

Ages: 5-8

Date/Time: Mondays and Thursdays 4:00-5:00 p.m.

Description: Girls CLUB is a social group for girls. Girls will participate in engaging, educational and fun activities such as S.T.E.A.M, baking, crafts, physical and sports literacy. They will learn about healthy friendships, social and communication skills.
 

Pre-register through email, you will receive a link and password.

Call or Email us!

Registration@girlsincyork.org

905-830-0776

 


Parent/Child Programs

Early On Child and Family Centres

Check on individual area websites for updated calendars of programs and also ideas for playing with your children at home.


Phone:  (905) 709-6159

After-School Program

360Kids Virtual After School Program.

The 360kids After School Program (ASP) is now running virtually via ZOOM. The programs run three days a week and continues to focus on our three core values: educational support (homework help), nutrition and healthy living, as well as physical education through interactive lessons, games, activities, crafts and more. Our team of staff make weekly deliveries straight to the homes of our youth with a package that provides all materials needed for the upcoming week. 

Available for Grades 1-5 who attend schools below: 

Every Monday/Wednesday/Thursday

  • Aldergrove Public School
  • Red Maple Public School
Registration Form

Contact Mackenzie Morton, Team Lead of the After School Program at

Mackenzie.morton@360kids.ca or at 

416- 898-7754 for more information.​

​Homework Help or Tutoring

Girls’ Inc. Homework Help

Some homework help available within the group virtual afterschool program.

*Separate sessions may be available upon request. Contact us directly for more information.

Pre-register through email, you will receive a link and password.

Registration@girlsincyo

Type of Program 

Program and Agency 

Contact Information 

1:1 Programs

Big Brothers Big Sisters of York – Virtual Mentoring

(6-15)

 Virtual Mentoring is a free 1:1 mentoring program that provides young people (aged 6-15) with virtual Mentors with whom they can connect with via phone, text, and video calling applications. Matches communicate regularly and have a weekly activity or task to work on together. Each activity is specifically designed to promote connectedness and build a developmental relationship between mentee and mentor.

 

Registration form for the Virtual Mentoring program.

 

If you have any questions please contact Katie Lowes at katie.lowes@bigbrothersbigsisters.ca 

1:1

Future Possibilities for Kids (FPK)​

Program: Ready, Set, Goal!

Description: The RSG! Program runs for 6 months from November to May and serves children between ages 9-12. Children are paired 1:1 with a trained adult volunteer called a KidCoach. They participate in weekly 30 minute phone calls and follow a ‘Kid-led’ curriculum to support their development in the areas of leadership, agency, confidence, awareness, and ‘doing good’ within the community. Through the weekly phone calls, Kids will create and take action towards achieving their very own Goal of Contribution. There are 4 virtual ‘Activity Days’ where Kids will participate in teams of up to 10 other Kids and 10 other adult KidCoaches. To see what our Kids were capable of achieving last year, see our POP!FestGraduation Ceremony.

Immediate Contact: Eric Tam eric@fpcanada.org  the Program & Community Outreach Coordinator at FPK.

Application and information for parents, caregivers, and Kids.

 

 

1:1 

 

 

Girls Inc. of York Region     

 

Program:Curbside Check-in (Mental Health Support)

 

Date/Time: *Available upon request

 

Description: This is a unique program developed this spring/summer to meet the

needs of our girls and their families. Our staff have a variety of educational backgrounds, experience and expertise. Some professions include B.CYC, CYCPs, (Child and Youth Workers), SSWs, Social Workers and a Psychotherapist. 

 

This program is unique in the sense that it offers the child/youth time to check in  with Girls Inc. Staff, along with a basic assessment and recommendations for further resources for the child/you and/or the family.

 

Program Supervisor: 

Jill Petrie

905-830-0776 x 307

registration@girlsincyork.org

 

1:1

John Howard Society of York Region

Youth Counselling Program  Serves 11-29 

The Youth Counselling Program is designed to build strengths, resilience and coping skills among youth. Through individualized one-on-one support, this service provides free weekly sessions for youth to discuss issues affecting their lives. The counsellor will work collaboratively with the youth to enhance their understanding, overcome their challenges and meet their goals.

Referrals can be made for youth experiencing the following:

  • Mental health

  • Substance use

  • Relationship Conflict

  • Bullying

  • Stress

  • Criminal Justice Involvement

This program is ideal for youth aged 11-29. Counselling is currently being offered virtually and free of charge. 

Contact info: 905-470-0003 ext. 209

athomson@johnhowardyorkregion.on.ca 

 

Instagram and Facebook: 

@jhsyorkregion 

1:1 Counselling and Financial Support

John Howard Society of York Region ​ 

Emergency Support for Youth and Families Project

This support is specifically for racialized families who have had some level of contact with the child welfare system.

JHSYR will provide support to youth and families through access to free counselling and financial supports to purchase basic necessities and technology support. 

This support includes:

  • Free counselling sessions for youth and family

  • Basic necessities may include providing gift cards to purchase groceries, toiletries, diapers, etc.

  • Technology Support may include providing tablets, cell phone minutes, or other technological support

Contact information: 905-470-0003 ext. 209

athomson@johnhowardyorkregion.on.ca 

Instagram and Facebook: @jhsyorkregion


Tutoring

Learning Disabilities of York Region

Online Tutoring for Students in Grades 3-7 with a primary diagnosis of a Learning Disability or ADHD

  • Support in homework help, literacy, numeracy,

  • Four One-hour virtual sessions per month on a platform of your choice (e.g. Zoom, Facetime, Google Meet, etc.)

  • Cost: $60/month (4 1-hour virtual sessions)

  • Must submit an EIP

 


Contact: Tresa Jules
tresa.jules@ldayr.org

 

Group Programs

Big Brothers Big Sisters of YorkVirtual Go Girls!

(10-15)

Virtual Go Girls! is a free group program for female-identified youth between the ages of 10-15 years old, focusing on healthy living and female empowerment. The program will run for 8 weeks with one session each week at a pre-set day and time, and will be facilitated by 2-3 trained Mentors. Virtual Go Girls! will provide an opportunity for young people who may be feeling isolated and lonely during this time to connect with other participants, and engage in interactive activities and discussions.

Registration form for the Virtual Go Girls! program

 

If you have any questions please contact Sara Congiusti at sara.congiusti@bigbrothersbigsisters.ca 


Group Programs

Program: Next Gen Men (NGM) Boys Club

Ages: 12-14 (Grade 7-9)

NGM Boys Club is an online community for boys in Grade 7-9 to connect, develop trusting friendships, and find the support they need to navigate the tough school year ahead. It’s hosted on a private Discord server—a robust digital platform that is popular with youth and accessible to anyone with a device and access to the internet. 

There are reduced and free spots available upon request as we are committed to making this space as accessible as possible.

 

Get in touch to find out more

 jonathon@nextgenmen.ca

Group Programs

Girls Inc. of York Region

Program: Girls CLUB Virtual Afterschool Program

Ages: 5-8

Date/Time: Mondays and Thursdays 4:00-5:00 p.m.

Description: Girls CLUB is a social group for girls. Girls will participate in engaging, educational and fun activities such as S.T.E.A.M, baking, crafts, physical and sports literacy. They will learn about healthy friendships, social and communication skills.

Girls Inc. of York Region

Program: Girls SQUAD Virtual Afterschool Program

Ages: 9-12

Date/Time: Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s 4:00-5:00 p.m.

Description: Our Girls SQUAD

Is a social group for girls, providing the opportunity to participate in hands on, minds on activities, games and programs, with a focus on S.T.E.A.M, self-esteem, mind and body, healthy relationships/friendships, life skills, sports and more

Pre-register through email, you will receive a link and password.

Program Supervisor: 

Jill Petrie

905-830-0776 x 307

Registration@girlsincyork.org

 

 

Group Programs

 

 

John Howard Society of York Region

Healthy Youth Preventative Education Program

The HYPE (Healthy Youth Preventative Education) Program is an evidence-based program that targets the prevention of violence through the promotion of positive, healthy relationships. The HYPE program offers small group sessions that promote healthy relationships and target a wide range of risk behaviours, and addictions among adolescents.

Through this program, youth will be equipped to engage in healthier relationships and build social and emotional strengths.

  • This program is ideal for youth aged 11-25.

  • This program is run virtually and free of charge.

  • This program is offered in both group and one on one format.

  • Group program will run Tuesday and Thursday Evenings!

  • Youth may also receive volunteer hours for attending 

 

Contact information:                 905-470-0003 ext. 209

athomson@johnhowardyorkregion.on.ca 

Instagram and Facebook: @jhsyorkregion

Group Programs

 

 

Vaughan Community Health Centre   

Brain Logic and Tricks 

Children will participate in activities that support problem solving skills and memory development. In addition, children will learn about the importance of brain health.

This program will be delivered virtually via ZOOM.

Call or Email for Dates and Times

 

To join contact: Kelly

email:klo@vaughanchc.com 

Tel: 905-303-8490 ext. 2653


After-School Program

360Kids Virtual After School Program

The 360kids After School Program (ASP) is now running virtually via ZOOM. The programs run three days a week and continues to focus on our three core values: educational support (homework help), nutrition and healthy living, as well as physical education through interactive lessons, games, activities, crafts and more. Our team of staff make weekly deliveries straight to the homes of our youth with a package that provides all materials needed for the upcoming week. 

Available for Grades 1-5 who attend schools below: 

Every Monday/Wednesday/Thursday

-          Aldergrove Public School

-          Red Maple Public School

Registration Form


Contact Mackenzie Morton, Team Lead of the After School Program at:
Mackenzie.morton@360kids.ca or 416- 898-7754 for more information.

Social Skills

Learning Disabilities of York Region

Social Skills Sessions for Fall/Winter 2020

  • For children age 6-16 with a primary diagnosis of learning disabilities or ADHD.

  • Safe, encouraging and positive environment

  • Skills that will be learned: introducing oneself, ways to make friends, responding to teasing, being a good winner and a good loser, dealing with emotions, problem-solving, relaxation, and self-esteem.

  • Maximum 6 Students per Session with a caring child to staff ratio of 1:3

  • $300 for LDAYR members and $350 for non-members

  • Partial subsidies for qualified individuals

 

For Registration Info and Costs

Deondra Duncan 905-884-7933 ext. 05

deondra.duncan@ldayr.org ​​

Homework Help or Tutoring

Big Brothers Big Sisters of York – Virtual In-School Mentoring (6-15)

 Virtual In-School Mentoring+ is a free 1:1 mentoring program that provides young people with a uniquely suited Mentor to virtually meet with for an hour each week at a pre-set day and time. Matches will be able to engage in fun, interactive activities designed to promote connectedness and build a developmental relationship. Mentors can also provide academic support for Mentees and have received formal training to do so.

 

Registration form for the Virtual In-School Mentoring+ program.

- Please ensure to select educational support on the registration form

If you have any questions please contact Sara Congiusti at sara.congiusti@bigbrothersbigsisters.ca 

Homework Help or Tutoring

Girls’ Inc. Homework Help

Some homework help available within the group virtual afterschool program.

*Separate sessions may be available upon request. Contact us directly for more information.
 

Pre-register through email, you will receive a link and password.

Registration@girlsincyork.org

 

Type of ​Program 

Program and Agency 

Contact Information 

1:1

Big Brothers Big Sisters of York – Virtual Mentoring (6-15)

Virtual Mentoring is a free 1:1 mentoring program that provides young people (aged 6-15) with virtual Mentors with whom they can connect with via phone, text, and video calling applications. Matches communicate regularly and have a weekly activity or task to work on together. Each activity is specifically designed to promote connectedness and build a developmental relationship between mentee and mentor.

Registration form for the Virtual Mentoring program.

 If you have any questions please contact Katie Lowes at katie.lowes@bigbrothersbigsisters.ca 

1:1

Future Possibilities for Kids (FPK)

Program: Ready, Set, Goal!

Description: The RSG! Program runs for 6 months from November to May and serves children between ages 9-12. Children are paired 1:1 with a trained adult volunteer called a KidCoach. They participate in weekly 30 minute phone calls and follow a ‘Kid-led’ curriculum to support their development in the areas of leadership, agency, confidence, awareness, and ‘doing good’ within the community. Through the weekly phone calls, Kids will create and take action towards achieving their very own Goal of Contribution. There are 4 virtual ‘Activity Days’ where Kids will participate in teams of up to 10 other Kids and 10 other adult KidCoaches. To see what our Kids were capable of achieving last year, see our POP!FestGraduation Ceremony.

 

Immediate Contact: Eric Tam eric@fpcanada.org  the Program & Community Outreach Coordinator at FPK.

Application and information for parents, caregivers, and Kids. 

1:1 

 

 

Girls Inc. of York Region     

Program: Curbside Check-In (Mental Health Support)

Date/Time:*Available upon request

Description: This is a unique program developed this spring/summer to meet the needs of our girls and their families. Our staff have a variety of educational backgrounds, experience and expertise. Some professions include B.CYC, CYCPs, (Child and Youth Workers) SSWs, Social Workers, and a Psychotherapist. This program is unique in the sense that it offers the child/youth time to check in  with Girls Inc. Staff, along with a basic assessment and recommendations for further resources for the child/you and/or the family.

 

Program Supervisor: 

Jill Petrie

905-830-0776 x 307

jill@girlsincyork.org

 

 

1:1

Centre for Immigrant and Community Services (CICS)

CICS Immigrant Youth Centre 

Age group: Newcomer Youth Ages 13-24

Instagram: @ImmigrantYouthCentre / Facebook: Immigrant Youth Centre / WeChat: CICSIYC

One-on-One Support Services

Example: Resume and cover letter support, settlement document assistance, supportive counselling, etc.

For general inquiries email: infoiyc@cicscanada.com 

Phone: 647-456-1971or 905-294-8868

TO REGISTER 





 

1:1

John Howard Society of York Region

Youth Counselling Program  Serves 11-29 

The Youth Counselling Program is designed to build strengths, resilience and coping skills among youth. Through individualized one-on-one support, this service provides free weekly sessions for youth to discuss issues affecting their lives. The counsellor will work collaboratively with the youth to enhance their understanding, overcome their challenges and meet their goals.

Referrals can be made for youth experiencing the following:

  • Mental health

  • Substance use

  • Relationship Conflict

  • Bullying

  • Stress

  • Criminal Justice Involvement

This program is ideal for youth aged 11-29. Counselling is currently being offered virtually and free of charge. 

Contact info: 905-470-0003 ext. 209

athomson@johnhowardyorkregion.on.ca 

Instagram and Facebook: @jhsyorkregion 

1:1 Counselling and Financial Support

John Howard Society of York Region

Emergency Support for Youth and Families Project

This support is specifically for racialized families who have had some level of contact with the child welfare system.

JHSYR will provide support to youth and families through access to free counselling and financial supports to purchase basic necessities and technology support. 

This support includes:

  • Free counselling sessions for youth and family

  • Basic necessities may include providing gift cards to purchase groceries, toiletries, diapers, etc.

  • Technology Support may include providing tablets, cellphone minutes, or other technological support

Contact information: 905-470-0003 ext. 209

athomson@johnhowardyorkregion.on.ca 

Instagram and Facebook: @jhsyorkregion


1:1

Sankofa Mentoring Program

For Black Youth Between Ages 12-18

The Sankofa Mentoring Program is rooted in an African Rites of Passage framework that highlights the principles of Unity, Self-Determination, Collective Work and Responsibility, Cooperative Economics, Purpose, Creativity, Faith and Self-Respect.

Virtual Program/Workshop Now Open for Registration

 


For More information please contact the Program Manager at Pgmmgr@yorkregionaacc.ca or

Call 647-807-2016

 

1:1

MOBYSS Youth Walk-In Clinic   

Free and confidential services for Youth between 12-25

Our Team includes: Nurse Practitioner, Youth Mental Health Worker and Peer Support Specialist.

No Health Card Required

 

(289) 879-2376

Instagram and Facebook:

@mobyssbus

1:1

 

YOUTH SPEAK                

Main Topics: Mental Health & Wellness; Bullying Prevention; Online Overdrive; Substance Use Also, anti-racism; body image; healthy relationships and others depending on speakers.

All programs include positive key messages related to hope, resilience, positive decision-making, healthy relationships, self-awareness, inclusivity, respect, perseverance, and empowerment

For-Youth-By-Youth Online Public Programming

Weekly Podcasts and Youtube Videos

 

Weekly – interviews with trained youth speakers who share their personal stories           and self-care strategies related to relevant topics such as Mental Health & Wellness; Bullying Prevention; Online Issues; Anti-Racism; Back to school anxiety and more.

 

Instagram Live Discussions 

Youth-led interactive discussions on various topics: Youth Personal Stories; Self-Care Strategies; Mental Health & Wellness; Bullying Prevention; Online Issues; Substance Use; Body Image; Healthy Relationships; Anti-Racism and more (Be sure to follow up and be online at 8pm)

Via Instagram Live @ YouthSpeakCan


 
 

To book: una@youthspeak.ca

905-967-0604 

 

 

1:1

 

Hong Fook Mental Health Association   

 

Hong Fook Virtual Walk-in Counselling for Asian Youth: 

                                    

Single Session Mental Health Support

 

Offered in:Cantonese, Mandarin, English

 

For: Ages 12-25                                                                                                       

 

Provided by: Qualified mental health professionals

Call:  647-619-9030 to schedule a virtual (phone and video) counselling session


Tutoring

Learning Disabilities of York Region

Online Tutoring for Students in Grades 3-7 with a primary diagnosis of a Learning Disability or ADHD

  • Support in homework help, literacy, numeracy,

  • Four One-hour virtual sessions per month on a platform of your choice (e.g. Zoom, Facetime, Google Meet, etc.)

  • Cost: $60/month (4 1-hour virtual sessions)

  • Must Submit an EIP

Contact: Tresa Jules

tresa.jules@ldayr.org

Academic Support

Learning Disabilities of York Region

SOAR Academic Skills Program for Grades 8-12

  • For Students preparing for or are in high school and are identified with a Learning Disability or ADHD.

  • 4 session program focuses on building skills for vocational and academic success such as self-advocacy, learning strategies, study and test skills, learning your accommodations, etc.

  • $35/session cost for members of LDAYR and $50.session cost for non-member

Contact: Teresa Jules

tresa.jules@ldayr.org

Group Programs

Big Brothers Big Sisters of YorkVirtual Go Girls! (10-15) 

Virtual Go Girls! is a free group program for female-identified youth between the ages of 10-15 years old, focusing on healthy living and female empowerment. The program will run for 8 weeks with one sessions each week at a pre-set day and time, and will be facilitated by 2-3 trained Mentors. Virtual Go Girls! will provide an opportunity for young people who may be feeling isolated and lonely during this time to connect with other participants, and engage in interactive activities and discussions.

 

Registration form for the Virtual Go Girls! program.

 If you have any questions please contact Sara Congiusti at sara.congiusti@bigbrothersbigsisters.ca

Group Programs

Girls Inc. of York Region 

Program: Girls SQUAD Virtual Afterschool Program

Ages: 9-12

Date/Time: Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s 4:00-5:00 p.m.

Description: Our Girls SQUAD

Is a social group for girls, providing the opportunity to participate in hands on, minds on activities, games and programs, with a focus on S.T.E.A.M, self-esteem, mind and body, healthy relationships/friendships, life skills, sports and mor

Girls Inc. of York Region

Program: Girls GROUP Virtual Afterschool Program

Ages: 13-16

Date/Time: Thursday’s 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Description: During our Girls GROUP girls will meet weekly through ZOOM with program staff for a mental health check in, activities and discussions in a safe space. Activity topics include: advocacy, employment, nutrition, healthy relationships, and social challenges

 

Program: L.I.T Virtual Program

Ages: 14-18

Date/Time:MONDAYS at 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m 

Description: Our L.I.T program is a social group for girls who want to build on their leadership, communication, and advocacy skills. This programming puts the tools for empowerment in girls’ hands, encouraging female leadership. This program is also an opportunity for girls to earn their community hours for high school and receive hands-on experience working in the helping field.

 

Pre-register through email, you will receive a link and password.

Program Supervisor: 

Jill Petrie

905-830-0776 x 307

Registration@girlsincyork.org 

 

 


Group Programs

Program: Next Gen Men (NGM) Boys Club

Ages: 12-14 (Grade 7-9)

NGM Boys Club is an online community for boys in Grade 7-9 to connect, develop trusting friendships, and find the support they need to navigate the tough school year ahead. It’s hosted on a private Discord server—a robust digital platform that is popular with youth and accessible to anyone with a device and access to the internet. 

There are reduced and free spots available upon request as we are committed to making this space as accessible as possible.

 

Get in touch to find out more

 jonathon@nextgenmen.ca

Group Programs

 

CICS Immigrant Youth Centre  

Virtual Group Programs Volunteer Opportunities

Our goal is to engage immigrant youths’ sense of community that is youth-led, youth-centered, and youth-developed. We offer a wide variety of group programming that surround topics such as: academic and English language learning, health and wellness, community engagement and volunteering, self-expression and understanding, pre-employment and education support, and leadership/life-skills. 

 

 

Email: infoiyc@cicscanada.com

Phone: 647-456-1971

For volunteering:

Sarmini Vettrivelu, Youth Worker

Email: Sarmini.vettrivelu@cicscanda.com 

Phone: 

416-873-0490 / 905-294-8868 ext. 202

Group Programs

 

 

John Howard Society of York Region

Healthy Youth Preventative Education Program

The HYPE (Healthy Youth Preventative Education) Program is an evidence-based program that targets the prevention of violence through the promotion of positive, healthy relationships. The HYPE program offers small group sessions that promote healthy relationships and target a wide range of risk behaviours, and addictions among adolescents.

Through this program, youth will be equipped to engage in healthier relationships and build social and emotional strengths.

  • This program is ideal for youth aged 11-25.

  • This program is run virtually and free of charge.

  • This program is offered in both group and one on one format.

  • Group program will run Tuesday and Thursday Evenings!

  • Youth may also receive volunteer hours for attending.

 

Contact information:                

905-470-0003 ext. 209

athomson@johnhowardyorkregion.on.ca 

Instagram and Facebook: @jhsyorkregion


Group Programs

CAYRCC Rainbow Space Program 

Who:   (for Youth Aged 13-29)

What:  Youth Fun biweekly drop-in program for 2SLGBTQ+ and allies; 

Description: If you are a person who identifies as a member of the 2SLGBTQ+ community in York Region or are seeking support for a friend or family member as an ally, here is what you can access through our Rainbow Space program:

                                                                                                                                              -  Inclusive and safer spaces to gather together and build social networks

-  Opportunities to organize and participate in recreational activities

-  Information and resources about health and social services

-  Harm reduction education, supplies and resources

-  Sexual Health education, supplies and resources

-  Lending library of queer literature and books

-  Volunteering & leadership development opportunities

-  Peer learning & wellness promotion groups

Rainbow Space programs are peer-led and peer-directed.

2SLGBTQ+ community members including youth, older adults, and seniors can access both drop-in and facilitated groups through Rainbow Space.

All programs and services through Rainbow Space are free and confidential.

 

rainbowspace@cayrcc.org 

Program staff: 

Kyana Graham: kgraham@cayrcc.org     or 416 606 4200

Jennifer Silk: jsilk@cayrcc.org                     or 416 938 4458

Social media: 

Facebook:  @cayrcommunityconnections

 

Instagram:   @cayrcommunity

Rainbow Space Monthly Newsletter

(where to find upcoming events and offerings for Rainbow Space)

 


After-School Program

360Kids Virtual After School Program

The 360kids After School Program (ASP) is now running virtually via ZOOM. The programs run three days a week and continues to focus on our three core values: educational support (homework help), nutrition and healthy living, as well as physical education through interactive lessons, games, activities, crafts and more. Our team of staff make weekly deliveries straight to the homes of our youth with a package that provides all materials needed for the upcoming week. 

Available for Grades 6-8 who attend schools below: 

Every Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday

-          16th Avenue Public School                           

-          Aurora Heights Public School

-          Crosby Heights Public School

-          Charles Howitt Public School

-          Forest Run Public School

-          Milliken Mills Public School

-          OM Mackillop Public School

-          Randall Public School

-          Red Maple Public School

-          Walter Scott

Registration Forms

 

Contact Mackenzie Morton, Team Lead of the After School Program at 

Mackenzie.morton@360kids.ca or       at 416 898 7754 for more information.

Group Programs

 

 

Vaughan Community Health Centre   

Brain Logic and Tricks 

Children will participate in activities that support problem solving skillsand memory development. In addition, children will learn about the importance of brain health.

This program will be delivered virtually via ZOOM.

 

Please call or email for Dates and Times

 

To join contact Kelly email: klo@vaughanchc.com 

Tel: 905-303-8490 ext. 2653

Group Programs

 

York Region Alliance of African Canadian Communities (YRAACC)

Sankofa Mentoring Program for youth between the ages of 12 and 18

Bridging the past with the present. Navigating the present into the future.

Mentorship, Leadership, Cultural Experience, Field Trips, Life Skills, Retreats, Self-Awareness, Career Exploration, Academic Support

The Sankofa Mentoring Program is rooted in an African Rites of Passage framework that highlights the principles of Unity, Self-Determination, Collective Work and Responsibility, Cooperative Economics, Purpose, Creativity, Faith and Self-Respect.

During this period of physical distancing due to COVID-19, the program will be delivered online on Thursdays only from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm for all York Region students. 

The program will continue to offer mentoring, workshops and tutoring.  

** We are also offering laptops and cellphones to students to support their participation.  

 

For more information please contact the program manager at pgmmgr@yorkregionaacc.ca  or 

call 647 807-2016

Group Programs

Hong Fook Mental Health Association 

CHOICE Youth Program

A free ten-week prevention and early-intervention program that helps youth develop skills to make informed decisions and the confidence to resist risk-taking behaviours. By providing opportunities for open discussion, participants learn positive coping strategies, refusal skills and practice new skills in a safe space.

Email or Call for Dates/Times

 

Where: Virtual meetings

WEEKLY TOPICS

Communication, Decision making, Goal setting, Alcohol, Coping strategies, mental health, and self care, Relationships, Leadership and confidence, Self respect, Risk taking & social media.

WHO CAN JOIN - Youth ages 12-17

 

Program: Creative Leadership Through Video Production

Learn to create a video to support and inspire your peers during COVID.

 

Eligibility: Youth 16-30

Youth self-identify with lived experience with mental health challenges (diagnosis not necessary).

  • Open to individual living in the GTS

  • Availability for trainings in October and November and for video production until mid-December

  • Trainings are offered in English and online

  • Video production can be in: Korean, Cantonese, Mandarin or Vietnamese

  • Successfully complete an application process

Other Program Offerings

 

  • Engaging Youth: Youth Drop-In (For ages 11-15), Mixed Media Drop-In (For high school students)

  • Building Resiliency: Amazing YOUth (For ages 11-15), CHOICES (For ages 12-18)

  • Building Leadership: Youth Advisory Committee (For high school students)

  • Supporting Youth with Transitional Challenges: YOU-Thrive (For ages 11-18)

  • Facilitating Service Navigation: Youth Outreach Worker (For ages 12-21)​

  • Supporting Parents: Raising Amazing YOUth (For parents with youth

REGISTRATIONS

Joyce Chiu, Youth Program Worker

Tel: (416) 493-4242 X 2246

Email: jchiu@hongfook.ca 










 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To Register Contact:

 Moshe Sakal or Wilson Ho 

msakal@hongfook.ca or

who@hongfood.ca 

 

 


Social Skills

Learning Disabilities of York Region

Social Skills Sessions for Fall/Winter 2020-2021

  • For children age 6-16 with a primary diagnosis of learning disabilities or ADHD.

  • Safe, encouraging and positive environment

  • Skills that will be learned: introducing oneself, ways to make friends, responding to teasing, being a good winner and a good loser, dealing with emotions, problem-solving, relaxation, and self-esteem.

  • Maximum 6 Students per Session with a caring child to staff ratio of 1:3

  • $300 for LDAYR members and $350 for non-members

  • Partial subsidies for qualified individuals

 

For Registration Info and Costs

Deondra Duncan 905-884-7933 ext. 05

deondra.duncan@ldayr.org

Homework Help or Tutoring

Big Brothers Big Sisters of York – Virtual In-School Mentoring (6-15)

 

Virtual In-School Mentoring+ is a free 1:1 mentoring program that provides young people with a uniquely suited Mentor to virtually meet with for an hour each week at a pre-set day and time. Matches will be able to engage in fun, interactive activities designed to promote connectedness and build a developmental relationship. Mentors can also provide academic support for Mentees and have received formal training to do so.

 

Registration form for the Virtual In-School Mentoring+ program.

- Please ensure to select educational support on the registration form

If you have any questions please contact Sara Congiusti at sara.congiusti@bigbrothersbigsisters.ca

Homework Help

 

Immigrant Youth Centre  

For Newcomer Youth Ages 13-18

Virtual Homework Club: In collaboration with post-secondary student tutors from the University of Guelph – Participants will receive one-on-one tutoring and mentorship on any academic subjects needed via Zoom. Participants will join weekly group sessions to support soft-skills building, learn about community resources and career or education pathways. Tutoring schedule is personalized to participant’s availability. 

 

Amanda Chi, Youth Worker

Email: Amanda.chi@cicscanada.com  Amanda.chi@welcomecentre.ca 

Phone: 

416-899-9839 / 905-294-8868 ext. 201 


Homework Help or Tutoring
 

Girls’ Inc. Homework Help

Some homework help available within the group virtual afterschool program.

*Separate sessions may be available upon request. Contact directly for more

Pre-register through email, you will receive a link and password.

Registration@girlsincyork.org 

Workshops

 

CAYR and Rainbow Workshops:

 

Digital Storytelling workshops  

CAYR's Digital Storytelling workshops provide individuals who identify as 2SLGBTQ+, use substances, and/or are impacted by HIV/AIDS an opportunity to tell their story in a creative way. Participants have the opportunity to create a short video (2-4 minutes) of image, voice, text and music layered together to tell any part of their life story.  The workshop is grounded in the storyteller’s control over telling their story. Share your story and make an impact!

Part 1 of this workshop will focus on script writing and voicing your story in a story circle. 

 

Part 2 of the workshop will focus on getting in touch with your creative side and transforming your story into a digital story video.

 

 

Digital Storytelling):  Contact Praanee or Kate 

Praanee: pchandrasegaram@cayrcc.org  

Kate: kanderson@cayrcc.org 

or call 647-381-9199

 

 

 

 

 

Type of Program 

Program and Agency 

Contact Information 

1:1

Big Brothers Big Sisters of York – Virtual Mentoring (6-15) www.bbbsy.ca

 

Virtual Mentoring is a free 1:1 mentoring program that provides young people (aged 6-15) with virtual Mentors with whom they can connect with via phone, text, and video calling applications. Matches communicate regularly and have a weekly activity or task to work on together. Each activity is specifically designed to promote connectedness and build a developmental relationship between mentee and mentor.

Registration form for the Virtual Mentoring program.

 

 

If you have any questions please contact Katie Lowes at katie.lowes@bigbrothersbigsisters.ca 

1:1

Centre for Immigrant and Community Services (CICS) www.cicscanada.com

CICS Immigrant Youth Centre  www.cicsiyc.org

Age group: Newcomer Youth Ages 13-24

Instagram: @ImmigrantYouthCentre / Facebook: Immigrant Youth Centre / WeChat: CICSIYC

One-on-One Support Services

Example: Resume and cover letter support, settlement document assistance, supportive counselling, etc.

For general inquiries:

Email: infoiyc@cicscanada.com 

Phone: 647-456-1971or 905-294-8868

TO REGISTER 





 

1:1

John Howard Society of York Region

Youth Counselling Program  Serves 11-29 

The Youth Counselling Program is designed to build strengths, resilience and coping skills among youth. Through individualized one-on-one support, this service provides free weekly sessions for youth to discuss issues affecting their lives. The counsellor will work collaboratively with the youth to enhance their understanding, overcome their challenges and meet their goals.

Referrals can be made for youth experiencing the following:

  • Mental health
  • Substance use
  • Relationship Conflict
  • Bullying
  • Stress
  • Criminal Justice Involvement

This program is ideal for youth aged 11-29. Counselling is currently being offered virtually and free of charge. 

Contact info: 905-470-0003 ext. 209

athomson@johnhowardyorkregion.on.ca 

Instagram and Facebook: @jhsyorkregion 

1:1 Counselling and Financial Support

John Howard Society of York Region 

Emergency Support for Youth and Families Project

This support is specifically for racialized families who have had some level of contact with the child welfare system.

JHSYR will provide support to youth and families through access to free counselling and financial supports to purchase basic necessities and technology support. 

This support includes:

  • Free counselling sessions for youth and family
  • Basic necessities may include providing gift cards to purchase groceries, toiletries, diapers, etc.
  • Technology Support may include providing tablets, cellphone minutes, or other technological support 

Contact information: 905-470-0003 ext. 209

athomson@johnhowardyorkregion.on.ca 

Instagram and Facebook: @jhsyorkregion



 

1:1

Sankofa Mentoring ProgramSankofa Mentoring Program

For Black Youth Between Ages 12-18

The Sankofa Mentoring Program is rooted in an African Rites of Passage framework that highlights the principles of Unity, Self-Determination, Collective Work and Responsibility, Cooperative Economics, Purpose, Creativity, Faith and Self-Respect.

Virtual Program/Workshop Now Open for Registration

For More information please contact the Program Manager at Pgmmgr@yorkregionaacc.ca or

Call 647-807-2016

 

1:1

MOBYSS Youth Walk-In Clinic    www.mobyss.ca 

Free and confidential services for Youth between 12-25

Our Team includes: Nurse Practitioner, Youth Mental Health Worker and Peer Support Specialist.

No Health Card Required

 

(289) 879-2376

Instagram and Facebook:

@mobyssbus

1:1 

 

 

Organization: Girls Inc. of York Region – Contact

Program: Curbside Check-In (Mental Health Support)

Date/Time:*Available upon request

Description: This is a unique program developed this spring/summer to meet the needs of our girls and their families. Our staff have a variety of educational backgrounds, experience and expertise. Some professions including B.CYC, CYCPs, (Child and Youth Workers) SSWs, Social Workers, and a Psychotherapist. This program is unique in the sense that it offers the child/youth time to check in  with Girls Inc. Staff, along with a basic assessment and recommendations for further resources for the child/you and/or the family.

Program Supervisor: 

Jill Petrie

905-830-0776 x 307

jill@girlsincyork.org

 

 

 

1:1

 

YOUTH SPEAK                 www.youthspeak.ca  

Main Topics: Mental Health & Wellness; Bullying Prevention; Online Overdrive; Substance Use Also, anti-racism; body image; healthy relationships and others depending on speakers.

All programs include positive key messages related to hope, resilience, positive decision-making, healthy relationships, self-awareness, inclusivity, respect, perseverance, and empowerment

For-Youth-By-Youth Online Public Programming

Weekly Podcasts and Youtube Videos

 

Weekly – interviews with trained youth speakers who share their personal stories           and self-care strategies related to relevant topics such as Mental Health & Wellness; Bullying Prevention; Online Issues; Anti-Racism; Back to school anxiety and more.

 

Instagram Live Discussions 

Youth-led interactive discussions on various topics: Youth Personal Stories; Self-Care Strategies; Mental Health & Wellness; Bullying Prevention; Online Issues; Substance Use; Body Image; Healthy Relationships; Anti-Racism and more (Be sure to follow up and be online at 8pm)

Via Instagram Live @ YouthSpeakCan 

 

(905) 967-0604

1:1

Hong Fook Mental Health Association    www.hongfook.ca 

Hong Fook Virtual Walk-in Counselling for Asian Youth:                                     Single Session Mental Health Support                                                           

Offered in:  Cantonese, Mandarin, English                                                                    For:  Ages 12 to 25                                                                                                         

Provided by: Qualified mental health professionals

Call:  647-619-9030 to schedule a virtual (phone and video) counselling session


 

Academic Support

Learning Disabilities of York Region

SOAR Academic Skills Program for Grades 8-12

  • For Students preparing for or are in high school and are identified with a Learning Disability or ADHD.
  • 4 session program focuses on building skills for vocational and academic success such as self-advocacy, learning strategies, study and test skills, learning your accommodations, etc.
  • $35/session cost for members of LDAYR and $50.session cost for non-members.

Contact: Tresa Jules

tresa.jules@ldayr.org 

   

Group Programs

Big Brothers Big Sisters of York – Virtual Go Girls! (10-15) www.bbbsy.ca

Virtual Go Girls! is a free group program for female-identified youth between the ages of 10-15 years old, focusing on healthy living and female empowerment. The program will run for 8 weeks with one sessions each week at a pre-set day and time, and will be facilitated by 2-3 trained Mentors. Virtual Go Girls! will provide an opportunity for young people who may be feeling isolated and lonely during this time to connect with other participants, and engage in interactive activities and discussions.

 

Registration form for the Virtual Go Girls! program. 

 If you have any questions please contact Sara Congiusti at sara.congiusti@bigbrothersbigsisters.ca

Group Programs

Girls Inc. of York Region  www.girlsincyork.org

Program: Girls GROUP Virtual Afterschool Program

Ages: 13-16

Date/Time: Thursday’s 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Description: Our Girls GROUP is a social hour where girls will meet weekly through ZOOM with program staff for a mental health check in, activities and discussions in a safe space. Activity topics include: advocacy, employment, nutrition, healthy relationships, social challenges, sports, and more.

 

Program: L.I.T Virtual Program

Ages: 14-18

Date/Time:  MONDAYS at 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m  

Description: Our L.I.T program is a social group for girls who want to build on their leadership, communication, and advocacy skills. This programming puts the tools for empowerment in girls’ hands, encouraging female leadership. This program is also an opportunity for girls to earn their community hours for high school and receive hands-on experience working in the helping field.

Pre-register through email, you will receive a link and password.

Registration@girlsincyork.org

905-830-0776

 

 

Group Programs

 

CICS Immigrant Youth Centre     www.cicsiyc.org

 

Virtual Group Programs Volunteer Opportunities

Our goal is to engage immigrant youths’ sense of community that is youth-led, youth-centered, and youth-developed. We offer a wide variety of group programming that surround topics such as: academic and English language learning, health and wellness, community engagement and volunteering, self-expression and understanding, pre-employment and education support, and leadership/life-skills.  

 

Email: infoiyc@cicscanada.com

Phone: 647-456-1971

For volunteering:

Sarmini Vettrivelu, Youth Worker

Email: Sarmini.vettrivelu@cicscanda.com 

Phone: 

416-873-0490 / 905-294-8868 ext. 202

Group Programs

 

 

John Howard Society of York Region 

Healthy Youth Preventative Education Program

The HYPE (Healthy Youth Preventative Education) Program is an evidence-based program that targets the prevention of violence through the promotion of positive, healthy relationships. The HYPE program offers small group sessions that promote healthy relationships and target a wide range of risk behaviours, and addictions among adolescents.

Through this program, youth will be equipped to engage in healthier relationships and build social and emotional strengths.

  • This program is ideal for youth aged 11-25.
  • This program is run virtually and free of charge.
  • This program is offered in both a group and one on one format.
  • Group program will run Tuesday and Thursday Evenings!
  • Youth may also receive volunteer hours for attending.

Contact information:                 905-470-0003 ext. 209

athomson@johnhowardyorkregion.on.ca 

Instagram and Facebook:

 @jhsyorkregion

Group Programs

CAYRCC Rainbow Space Program 

Who:   (for Youth Aged 13-29)

What:  Youth Fun biweekly drop-in program for 2SLGBTQ+ and allies; 

Description: If you are a person who identifies as a member of the 2SLGBTQ+ community in York Region or are seeking support for a friend or family member as an ally, here is what you can access through our Rainbow Space program:

                                                                                                                                              -  Inclusive and safer spaces to gather together and build social networks

-  Opportunities to organize and participate in recreational activities

-  Information and resources about health and social services

-  Harm reduction education, supplies and resources

-  Sexual Health education, supplies and resources

-  Lending library of queer literature and books

-  Volunteering & leadership development opportunities

-  Peer learning & wellness promotion groups

Rainbow Space programs are peer-led and peer-directed.

2SLGBTQ+ community members including youth, older adults, and seniors can access both drop-in and facilitated groups through Rainbow Space.

All programs and services through Rainbow Space are free and confidential.

 

rainbowspace@cayrcc.org 

Program staff: 

Kyana Graham: kgraham@cayrcc.org     or 416 606 4200

Jennifer Silk: jsilk@cayrcc.org                     or 416 938 4458

Social media: 

Facebook:  @cayrcommunityconnections

 

Instagram:   @cayrcommunity

Rainbow Space Monthly Newsletter

(where to find upcoming events and offerings for Rainbow Space)

 


 
 

 

 

Group Programs

York Region Alliance of African Canadian Communities (YRAACC)

Sankofa Mentoring Program for youth between the ages of 12 and 18

Bridging the past with the present. Navigating the present into the future.

Mentorship, Leadership, Cultural Experience, Field Trips, Life Skills, Retreats, Self-Awareness, Career Exploration, Academic Support

The Sankofa Mentoring Program is rooted in an African Rites of Passage framework that highlights the principles of Unity, Self-Determination, Collective Work and Responsibility, Cooperative Economics, Purpose, Creativity, Faith and Self-Respect.

 

During this period of physical distancing due to COVID-19, the program will be delivered online on Thursdays only from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm for all York Region students. 

The program will continue to offer mentoring, workshops and tutoring.  

** We are also offering laptops and cellphones to students to support their participation.  

 

For more information please contact the program manager at pgmmgr@yorkregionaacc.ca  or 

call 647 807-2016

Group Programs

Hong Fook Mental Health Association    www.hongfook.ca 

CHOICE Youth Program

A free ten-week prevention and early-intervention program that helps youth develop skills to make informed decisions and the confidence to resist risk-taking behaviours. By providing opportunities for open discussion, participants learn positive coping strategies, refusal skills and practice new skills in a safe space.

WHEN & WHERE

Tuesdays, 5:00-6:00pm

Email or Call for Dates and Times

Where: Virtual meetings

WEEKLY TOPICS

Communication, Decision making, Goal setting, Alcohol, Coping strategies, mental health, and self care, Relationships, Leadership and confidence, Self respect, Risk taking & social media.

WHO CAN JOIN - Youth ages 12-17

 

Program: Creative Leadership Through Video Production

Learn to create a video to support and inspire your peers during COVID.

 

Eligibility: Youth 16-30

Youth self-identify with lived experience with mental health challenges (diagnosis not necessary).

  • Open to individual living in the GTS
  • Availability for trainings in October and November and for video production until mid-December
  • Trainings are offered in English and online
  • Video production can be in: Korean, Cantonese, Mandarin or Vietnamese
  • Successfully complete an application process

REGISTRATIONS

Joyce Chiu, Youth Program Worker

Tel: (416) 493-4242 X 2246

Email: jchiu@hongfook.ca 










 

To Register Contact:

 Moshe Sakal or Wilson Ho 

msakal@hongfook.ca or

who@hongfood.ca 






 
   

Group Programs

Learning Disabilities of York Region

SOAR Academic Skills / Virtual Sessions / Elementary and Secondary Students

For students in grades 7-12 preparing for high school or college/university and are identified with a Learning Disability and/or ADHD.

4 Session Program focuses on building skills for vocational and academic success, such as, self advocacy, learning strategies, study skills, knowing your accommodations, etc.

Book your spot for in-school sessions via Zoom or Google Meet

$150/4 sessions; 6 students per session

To register email

tresa.jules@ldayr.org 

Social Skills

Learning Disabilities of York Region

Social Skills Sessions for Fall/Winter 2020

  • For children age 6-16 with a primary diagnosis of learning disabilities or ADHD.
  • Safe, encouraging and positive environment
  • Skills that will be learned: introducing oneself, ways to make friends, responding to teasing, being a good winner and a good loser, dealing with emotions, problem-solving, relaxation, and self-esteem.
  • Maximum 6 Students per Session with a caring child to staff ratio of 1:3
  • $300 for LDAYR members and $350 for non-members
  • Partial subsidies for qualified individuals

 

For Registration Info and Costs

Deondra Duncan 905-884-7933 ext. 05

deondra.duncan@ldayr.org 

Homework Help or Tutoring

Big Brothers Big Sisters of York – Virtual In-School Mentoring (6-15) www.bbbsy.ca

Virtual In-School Mentoring+is a free 1:1 mentoring program that provides young people with a uniquely suited Mentor to virtually meet with for an hour each week at a pre-set day and time. Matches will be able to engage in fun, interactive activities designed to promote connectedness and build a developmental relationship. Mentors can also provide academic support for Mentees and have received formal training to do so.

Registration form for the Virtual In-School Mentoring+ program.

- Please ensure to select educational support on the registration form

 If you have any questions please contact Sara Congiusti at sara.congiusti@bigbrothersbigsisters.ca 

Homework Help

 

Immigrant Youth Centre   www.cicsiyc.org

For Newcomer Youth Ages 13-18

Virtual Homework Club: In collaboration with post-secondary student tutors from the University of Guelph – Participants will receive one-on-one tutoring and mentorship on any academic subjects needed via Zoom. Participants will join weekly group sessions to support soft-skills building, learn about community resources and career or education pathways. Tutoring schedule is personalized to participant’s availability. 

 

Amanda Chi, Youth Worker

Email: Amanda.chi@cicscanada.com  Amanda.chi@welcomecentre.ca 

Phone: 

416-899-9839 / 905-294-8868 ext. 201

Homework Help or Tutoring

 

Girls’ Inc. Homework 

Some homework help available within the group virtual afterschool program.

*Separate sessions may be available upon request. Contact us directly for more information.

Pre-register through email, you will receive a link and password.

Registration@girlsincyork.org 

 

 
 
 

 

 

Workshops

 

CAYR and Rainbow Workshops:

 

For more Info on Digital Storytelling workshops  

 

CAYR's Digital Storytelling workshops provide individuals who identify as 2SLGBTQ+, use substances, and/or are impacted by HIV/AIDS an opportunity to tell their story in a creative way. Participants have the opportunity to create a short video (2-4 minutes) of image, voice, text and music layered together to tell any part of their life story.  The workshop is grounded in the storyteller’s control over telling their story. Share your story and make an impact!

 

Part 1 of this workshop will focus on script writing and voicing your story in a story circle. 

Part 2 of the workshop will focus on getting in touch with your creative side and transforming your story into a digital story video.

 

 Contact Praanee or Kate 

Praanee: pchandrasegaram@cayrcc.org  

Kate: kanderson@cayrcc.org 

or call 647-381-9199

 

 

Type of Program 

Program and Agency 

Contact Information 


Parent Support Group

LDAYR - Learning Disabilities Association of York Region 

Parent Support Group - Every 2nd Tuesday of the month at 9:30 am

For Parents and/or Guardians who are accepting and managing their child’s learning disability or ADHD.

Our Support Group shares common experiences, handles emotions, and strategizes for strengths and challenges in a positive way.

 

Contact:

Renee.flannery@ldayr.org or

905-884-7933  Ext. 004

 

Family Program

Community Living York South  

 

Community Living York South is a not-for-profit organization that provides support services to children, youth, adults and seniors who have an intellectual disability and live in the Southern York Region. Support is also provided to the families of those we support. We support people to live, learn, work, and participate in their community. 


 

Check out the website for program offerings, events and contact information

 

Contact information for Staff of each program on the website

 

Community Living York South

Family Program

 

Vaughan Community Health Centre

Virtual Friends and family Bingo

Need a night of stress-free fun that you can enjoy with family and friends? Come and join us for Bingo nights! The program is designed to enhance social cohesiveness, reduce stress and social isolation.

 

To RSVP contact:

Email: niuzzolino@vaughnchc.com 

Tel: 905-476-5621 Ext.2604

Program held on Zoom.

Family Program

 

Vaughan Community Health Centre​   

Brighter Beginning Children’s Virtual Program for caregivers and children 0-6 years of age

The Brighter Beginnings program is a 6-week interactive virtual program where the caregiver and child can develop skills together, interact and build social connections with other caregivers and children. Program includes healthy eating, demos, crafts, and science fun!

Call or email for Dates and Times​

Contact Info:

Program Contact: Stacey ssalmon@vaughanchc.com

Phone: 905-303-8490 Ext. 2651

 

Family Support

 

Girls’ Inc.     

 
  • Food, Meals, and Gift Cards

  • Transportation support (i.e. bus passes)

 

Contact:  

Carleen Riffle, SSW  - Carleen@girlsincyork.org