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Address: 2299 Dundas Street W., 1st Floor
We offer a variety of LINC, ESL, SLT, ELT, ISAP, and LBS (Literacy and Basic Skills) services full and part time during the day, evenings, and weekends at multiple locations.
Address: 672 Dupont Street
Programs for Abused Women
Address: 1884 Davenport Rd, Unit #1
Settlement and orientation services for newcomers are provided in a variety of languages at 3 locations in West Toronto
Address: 489 College Street, Suite 100
ACCES Employment offers a full range of Employment Ontario services to help community members achieve their employment and training goals. These services include job search workshops, individual employment counselling, job development and an Employment Resource Centre.
Address: 2340 Dundas Street West, Suite 301
strengthening newcomers' connection to communities by matching them with Canadian volunteers
Address: 30 The Queensway
St. Joseph's Health Centre provides interpretation services using a variety of vehicles including face-to-face interpretation and the use of Language Line over the phone.
Address: 1313 Queen Street West, Suite 133
Settlement Services for all newcomers
Address: 399 Bathurst Street
Monthly Health Talk: free health talk for patients, family and community members. Free of charge. Everyone is welcome.
For enquiry and to register: Miu Lin Wong at email@example.com
Address: 20 Grosvenor Street, 3rd Floor
NIC helps immigrants find information about settlement, employment, health, housing, schools, and language classes.
Address: 1499 Queen Street West, 2nd floor
The Newcomer Youth Program matches newcomer youth in one-on-one and group activities, depending on your interests and skills.