“A healthier and better world is only possible if its people are healthy and working together.”

  • Occupational Skill Training: Education and training programs help low-income and new-immigrant families improve their skills and gain better-paying jobs. Education is key to reducing recidivism, easing reintegration, and enhancing opportunities for employment, family reunification, and healing.
  • Advocacy/Coaching Programs: Our coaches focus on the specific social, economic, spiritual, and physical needs of the individual, helping them foster important traits such as responsibility and perseverance, guiding them in building a strong foundation for their success.
  • Food Programs: Our services include culinary education, creating community, and supplying free or reduced-cost meals to many low-income families. These programs free-up resources in impoverished households for other expenses, which in turn, helps combat food insecurity.
  • Spiritual Programs: Spiritual development is vitally important to individual wellbeing. It provides for a relationship with God, proper self-esteem, optimism, better health, and secures true meaning and purpose in life.
  • Settlement and Immigrant Programs: These programs assist newcomers in identifying cultural barriers, and provide training, information, guidance, and referrals to relevant services and resources within the Community. They provide for newcomers to become independent, contributing members of Society.
  • Wellness Programs: The benefits of wellness programs include improvements in health behaviours, productivity, and morale, while reducing stress levels and health care costs.
  • Lifeline: This service provides crisis management, emotional support, suicide prevention, and is available for any who are reaching out for help. Individuals are welcome to call the confidential telephone line # 1-855-477-4848
  • Family Programs: These programs build connections within a caring community. They support social, emotional, cognitive, and academic development, combat destructive behaviours, promote physical health, and provide a safe environment for the family and its individuals, including children, youth, and parents.
  • Recovery Support : These meetings facilitate hope, encourage a sense of purpose, and promote cognitive behaviour restructuring.
  • Art/Craft Programs: These programs encourage people to develop their creativity, and include the potential to improve empathy, memory, concentration, decision-making, and critical-thinking skills.
  • Fitness Programs: These activities enhance important skills such as concentration and problem-solving. Fitness increases self-confidence and self-esteem, reduces anxiety and stress, and improves work-related performance.
  • Social/Recreational Activities: These activities, fun and enjoyable in nature, help mitigate some of the effects of poverty such as loneliness, social isolation, low self-worth, depression, and mental health issues, and contribute to building strong families and healthy communities.
  • Other Programs and Activities: Various additional activities are available to our community, such as nail painting, haircuts, and make-up tutorials. These types of programs help individuals with self-esteem, increasing their confidence and social interaction. Other programs like Legal Clinic, Free Tax Filing, and Finance Literacy assist individuals and families to navigate through financial difficulties and the legal system. Further programs like Empowering Woman and Parent Literacy will help women and parents to succeed in their personal and family matters.