ReachOUT Newcomer Network
Are you new to Canada?
Do you want to:
make new friends?
find a job or a place to live?
find queer or trans positive healthcare?
enrol in a school, college, or LINC program?
apply for government programs or services?
practice English in a LGBTQ positive setting?
talk to someone about what is going on in your life?
feel part of the lesbian, gay, bi, or trans communities?
We can help you!
ReachOUT Newcomer Network settlement and peer outreach workers are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer people who can help you adjust to life in Canada. We can provide referrals, information, interpretation/ translation and supportive counselling to LGBTQ youth (13 – 24 years old). We also have weekly social activities that provide safe, queer and trans positive spaces to meet new friends.
We currently offer services in Arabic, Cebuano, English, French, Spanish, Tagalog, and Tamil. We can provide services in other languages through an interpreter.
All services are free of charge!
Services are currently offered at The 519 Church Street Community Centre, Sherbourne Health Centre, and Griffin Centre. We also provide supports at different locations in Toronto.
For more information or to make an appointment call Vijay 416.222.1153 ext 181 or email email@example.com
ReachOUT Newcomer Network includes the following partners: The 519 Church Street Community Centre, Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services, Fairview Health Centre, and SOY at Sherbourne Health Centre.
ReachOUT is a creative, inclusive & accessible program for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirit, intersex, queer and questioning youth in north Toronto. This includes drop-in groups, community outreach, counselling, consultation, art & skills exchange. We offer a safe space for all youth that reflects the diversity of our queer and trans communities.
Griffin Centre is a non-profit charitable mental health agency providing flexible and accessible services to youth, adults and their families. Our mission is to promote positive change for vulnerable youth and adults with mental health challenges and/or developmental disabilities and their families. We are dedicated to delivering innovative services and developing creative partnerships that enhance lives and communities.
Project generously funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
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