Our services for families and children include resources, educational programs and support. Providing assistance to all members of families in all stages.
We understand the challenges that accompany being a youth. From assistance with independence to confidence to re-engaging with the educational system, our programs are designed to provide support and resources to youth in a variety of areas.
Our programs for immigrants assist newcomers, refugees and their families settle into Canada through support, community integration and resource access.
Through counseling, support and outreach programs and transitional housing, our programs aim to offer safety and guidance to victims of violence and abuse and their families.
Job seekers, explore your career options and find the next step in your career.
Employers, we can post job openings, assist with wage subsidy applications and provide labour market information.
Our professional therapists provide assessment, counseling and support for families, suicide prevention and sexual and domestic abuse victims.
Our mental health and supported housing assistance programs offer community with like-minded individuals, job search support and assistance to those with mental illness in living independently.
Our housing and homelessness programs offer safe emergency shelters, access to affordable housing and social, recreation and health services.
You can make a difference - volunteer with us. No previous experience required – extensive training and on-going support is provided.
The Helen Connolly Fund is accepting applications for the 2016-2017 year. As in years previous, the fund is committed to providing financial assistance to individuals living with a mental illness who wish to improve their quality of life.
Program intended to help newcomers adjust to life and culture in Canada
NEWTON — Have an old bike collecting dust in your garage?
Four brothers from Langley are hoping you’ll donate it to their drive to help refugees.