Adaptation Program for New Immigrants
Our goal is to provide you with support for a smooth integration into the Canadian society and contribute to the social development of the community, promoting self-awareness, self-sufficiency and independence. Our services are accessible to all Newcomers and High Need groups, such as conventional refugees, landed immigrants, single mothers and fathers, citizen, seniors, homeless, youth as well as people with disabilities.
Type of Services
- Social Assistance
- Health Care
- Employment and job search resources
- Education and Professional Accreditation
- ESL classes
- Information regarding community and government services
- Translation of official documents
- Completion of different government applications such as:
- Child Tax Benefits
- Health Card
- Pension Plan
- Permanent Residence
- Work Permit
- Social Insurance Number
- Human Rights in Canada
- Workplace Rights
- Landlord and tenant obligations/issues
- Government Programs
- Our services are free of charge
- Complex and varied cases require previous appointments
- It is compulsory to present Immigration papers to receive counseling
- Confidentiality is guaranteed
HOW TO GET AN APPOINTMENT WITH A SETTLEMENT COUNSELOR
Our services are free and varied. Complex cases such as applications require requesting appointments in advance and must bring all requirements for its application, otherwise the appointment will be postponed for another day. You can collect the requirements for your application at reception.
Monday to Wednesday: Arrival Order only for consultations.
Thursday and Friday: Cases by appointment.
The Settlement Program counselors will only evaluate each case to determine if a subsequent appointment is necessary.
Visit our main office at 2141 Jane St., Second Floor (intersection with Wilson Ave)
Call us at 416.533.8545