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Map RecordBethesda House, Shelter & Community Outreach Services

Map RecordBethesda House, Shelter & Community Outreach ServicesBowmanville Temporary secure shelter for women with and without children who are fleeing abuse * individual and group counselling both in shelter and in the community for women not in shelter Women of all ages * children with their mothers, female children of all ages, male children up to age 17 with older male children considered on a case by case basis Contact Bethesda House at 905-623-6050 * or contact DRIVEN Clinic at 905-432-7233 where victims of abuse can meet with professionals from eight different agencies, including Bethesda House, in one place on the same day Add Record Add Record

Map RecordBoys and Girls Club of Durham

Map RecordBoys and Girls Club of DurhamOshawa Safe, supportive place for children and youth to experience new opportunities, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life After Scool Programs Ages 4 to 16 yrs at 5 Oshawa ... [More] Ages: 2 year(s) - 21 year(s) Call for information Add Record Add Record

Map RecordCarea Community Health Centre

Map RecordCarea Community Health CentreOshawa Full service health care facility providing family centred primary care, health promotion and health education * team of professionals include doctors, nurse practitioners, social workers/therapists a ... [More] Must have valid Health Card * if no health card, call for information * must not have a primary care provider if seeking health care * no restrictions for Good Food Box program Intake call main number * no external referrals for counselling services * for Good Food Box program call Program Secretary ext 1201 Add Record Add Record

Map RecordCNIB, Durham Region, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Ontario

Map RecordCNIB, Durham Region, Vision Loss Rehabilitation OntarioWhitby Programs to clients of any age affected with low or no vision * vision assessments * Vision Rehabilitation trains individuals to use various low vision aids, technical aids available for purchase * In ... [More] Vision Loss Rehabilitation services are available free of charge to any person experiencing difficulties as a result of vision loss, or the combined loss of vision and hearing Call for information Add Record Add Record

Map RecordDistress Centre Durham

Map RecordDistress Centre DurhamWhitby Helpline telephone service to those in distress * volunteers trained in active listening, crisis intervention and suicide prevention techniques * emotional support, encourage caller initiative and pro ... [More] Those experiencing distress Call helpline Add Record Add Record

Map RecordDurham Association for Family Respite Services

Map RecordDurham Association for Family Respite ServicesOshawa Support for families caring for individuals with Developmental Disabilities * respite, shared learning, flexible supports and connections to other families and the community at large * assistance with ... [More] Families caring for an adult with a developmental disability or a child with a physical or developmental disability Referrals are accepted from a parent, guardian or primary caregiver * services for those 18 yrs and over must go through Developmental Services Ontario 1-855-277-2121 * to meet with a facilitator it is advisable to call or email ahead to Heather at extension 2314, hminors@dafrs.com to ensure someone will be available Add Record Add Record

Map RecordDurham College, Oshawa, Main Campus

Map RecordDurham College, Oshawa, Main CampusOshawa Post-secondary education to more than 12,000 full-time students in 140 full-time programs and 16 apprenticeship programs * diploma programs, graduate certificate programs, apprenticeships and continui ... [More] Depends on program Visit website or call for information Add Record Add Record

Map RecordDurham District School Board, Oshawa - Centre St, Durham Continuing Education

Map RecordDurham District School Board, Oshawa - Centre St, Durham Continuing EducationOshawa Continuing Education daytime and evening classes are available throughout school year and during summer * high school credits for diploma purposes, upgrading, correspondence and e-learning credit cou ... [More] Continuing Education over 21 years of age 
LINC -- landed immigrants, convention refugees, government-sponsored refugees or others determined eligible for LINC
Most programs online or phone registration * Check website as some programs require assessments or attendance at information sessions Add Record Add Record

Map RecordDurham Outlook for the Needy, Saint Vincent Pallotti's Kitchen

Map RecordDurham Outlook for the Needy, Saint Vincent Pallotti's KitchenOshawa Full course meal seven days a week to those who are hungry and in need Anyone who is in need Drop in during meal hours Add Record Add Record

Durham Rape Crisis Centre

 Durham Rape Crisis CentreDurham Region Support and counselling to women who have experienced sexual assault or abuse, sexual harassment or childhood sexual abuse recently or in the past * free and confidential service * 24 hour crisis line ... [More] Ages: 16 year(s) and up 
 
Women
Call Crisis and Support Line for immediate assistance * call office for general information Add Record Add Record

Map RecordDurham Region Unemployed Help Centre, Oshawa

Map RecordDurham Region Unemployed Help Centre, OshawaOshawa Employment resource centre * assistance on job search techniques and career counselling * resume and cover letter preparation * help clients search the hidden job market and interview preparation * te ... [More] Varies depending on program - call for more information 
Resource Centre open to all regardless of employment status  
Second Career - workers laid off since 2005 who wish to apply for re-training assistance
Call to make an appointment Add Record Add Record

Map RecordGirls Incorporated of Durham

Map RecordGirls Incorporated of DurhamAjax Provide girls with knowledge, skills and confidence to become healthy, educated and independent adults * curriculum developed specifically to meet the needs of girls * programs are delivered by profes ... [More] Programs offered to girls ages 6-26 years of age 
 
Program volunteers must be 18 years of age or older * Event volunteers must be 16 years of age or older
Call for information or visit the website to download a volunteer application Add Record Add Record

Map RecordGrandview Children's Centre

Map RecordGrandview Children's CentreOshawa Assessment and treatment support to children and youth with special needs * outpatient treatment program includes developmental paediatrician, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, audi ... [More] Birth to 19 years of age living in Durham Region 
 
Applied Behaviour Analysis Based Services (ABA) birth to 18th birthday with diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder * living in Central East Ontario 
 
Durham Region CARE Clinic - youth up to 18 with BMI >85% for age
Medical referral is required for some treatment services 
 
Applied Bahaviour Analysis based services, phone office * provide written confirmation of diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder
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Map RecordKids Help Phone

Map RecordKids Help PhoneToronto Downtown Toll-free, national, bilingual, phone and web counselling, referral and information service for children and youth * immediate anonymous and confidential support, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year Bro T ... [More] Ages: 5 year(s) - 20 year(s) Call for information Add Record Add Record

Map RecordKinark Child and Family Services, Durham Region

Map RecordKinark Child and Family Services, Durham RegionWhitby Mental health treatment services for children * individual, family and group counselling for children and their families Ages: 12 year(s) and under 
 
Children with social, emotional, and or behavioural difficulties * services are provided to children who are living with parents/guardians in Durham Region * children who are in residential care
For referrals call central intake Add Record Add Record

Map RecordLiteracy Council of Durham Region, Literacy and Basic Skills

Map RecordLiteracy Council of Durham Region, Literacy and Basic SkillsOshawa Literacy, numeracy and essential skills services to assist in transitioning to employment, apprenticeship, secondary-school credit, post-secondary education or independence Ages: 19 year(s) and up 
 
Must have facility in English and literacy skills below Grade 12 of the Ontario Curriculum
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Luke's Place

 Luke's PlaceDurham Region Assist female abuse survivors and their children as they deal with family law issues * individual information, support, guidance and referral on family law system * group sessions offered including Ea ... [More] Ages: 16 year(s) and up 
 
Women who have experienced abuse * Family Court Support Worker Program -- victims of domestic violence involved in the family court process
Call to make confidential appointment * call to register for group sessions Add Record Add Record

Map RecordOshawa (City of). Public Library, McLaughlin Branch

Map RecordOshawa (City of). Public Library, McLaughlin BranchOshawa McLaughlin Branch of the Oshawa Public Libraries * Visiting library services available, nursing homes, hospitals and seniors' centres * large print collection, talking books, videos, CD's, DVD's, elec ... [More]   ID with current Ontario address must be shown for library card Add Record Add Record

Map RecordOshawa (City of). Public Library, Jess Hann Branch

Map RecordOshawa (City of). Public Library, Jess Hann BranchOshawa Branch of Oshawa Public Library * large print collection, talking books, e-books, CD's, DVD's, inter-library loans * children's area, reading area, iPads available for in-library use, Kobo tablet loan ... [More] Resident of Ontario with active library card * Income Tax Clinic clients cannot exceed certain income and returns are for current year only * 2017 Income Tax Program-income for singles up to $30,000, income for couples up to $40,000, 1 adult + 1 child up to $35,000 - each additional child add $2,500 more * at McLaughlin and Jess Hann branches Apply for a library card at circulation desk, showing ID and proof of Ontario address Add Record Add Record

PFLAG Canada, Durham Region

 PFLAG Canada, Durham RegionOshawa Support to individuals, parents and families to share concerns on learning that one of their children or siblings is lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender * help in understanding and accepting * volun ... [More] Family members of individuals that are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender Call for information Add Record Add Record

Map RecordRose of Durham Young Parents Support Services

Map RecordRose of Durham Young Parents Support ServicesOshawa Support programs for young parents * layettes for new mothers and babies * public education and speaking engagements Individual Counselling for Young Parents Supportive counselling for young mothers a ... [More] Ages: 13 year(s) and up 
 
Pregnant or parenting youth * maximum age 26 years for women * maximum age 30 years for men * Teen Mom School Program for mothers under 21 who are pregnant or parenting a child under the age of one
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Map RecordSalvation Army, Oshawa, Thrift Store

Map RecordSalvation Army, Oshawa, Thrift StoreOshawa Sells used household articles, some small appliances, used clothing and furniture including new mattresses * accept upholstered furniture in good condition, no stains or tears * pick up for donations ... [More]   Visit Add Record Add Record

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