Women's Employment Development OPPORTUNITY FOR ADVANCEMENT 1095 Queen Street West ON 416-787-1481 The Women's Employment Development (WED) program is designed to give women on social assistance the tools they need to make the successful transition from welfare to work. This program provides ongoing bridging support for women moving from welfare to self-sufficiency. This is a full-time 6-week program focusing on job search skills, career assessment, communication skills, work/training ...
Transitional Housing and Support Program BARBARA SCHLIFER COMMEMORATIVE CLINIC, THE 503-489 College Street ON M6G 1A5 (416) 323 - 9149 Transitional support for women leaving abusive relationships. Safety planning, supportive counselling, information about community services, help with housing applications, social assistance, etc. Program capacity is 240 clients a year. 503-489 College Street ON (416) 323 - 9149
Meeting Place Drop-In, St. Christopher House ST. CHRISTOPHER HOUSE 588 Queen Street W ON M6J 1E3 (416) 504 - 4275 The Meeting Place Adult Drop-in provides services and programs for a diverse group of people, primarily members of our community who are homeless, living in poverty and socially isolated. Through a community development approach, the drop-in works to improve people's lives above and beyond the basics and re-connect with the broader community. Model of service is adult drop-in ...
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Henson Trust Handbook book This handbook is for families who want to help support a relative who receives ODSP benefits. ODSP (Onatrio Disability Support Program) is the program for providing social assistance in Ontario to persons who have a physical or mental disability. This handbook is for families who want to help support a relative who receives ODSP benefits.
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