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Early Years Social Work

Early Years Social Workers seek to improve the quality of life and well-being of individuals and families facing social disadvantages such as poverty, mental and/or physical health challenges, or disability.  This service is available to expectant families and families of children under the age of six.

A variety of Early Years Social Work services are available, including:

  • Individual counselling
  • Developmental counselling
  • Groups
  • Workshops
  • Crisis Support

Early Years Social Workers work with clients to support a variety of issues, including mental/physical illness, anxiety, stress, partner violence, substance use, and past or current trauma.

Groups and workshops are offered throughout the year.  Please call 416.362.0805 x222 to receive more information on current programming and service options

Services available by appointment Monday to Friday at 38 Regent Street.

Location

38 Regent Street

By Appointment

Monday to Friday

Child and Family Advocacy

We provide short-term support to help build parents’ strength in facilitating positive parenting while cultivating and nurturing parent-child relationships.  We assist families in navigating systems to ensure that parents and guardians have access to supports that will benefit their family including:

  • Income support
  • Education (for adults and children)
  • Affordable housing
  • Supports for children with special needs
  • Assistance with welfare
  • Immigration and justice support
  • Employment
  • Access to childcare

Services available by appointment Monday to Friday at 38 Regent Street.

Location

38 Regent Street

By Appointment

Monday to Friday

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