Health

Promoting Sexual Health for ‘At-Risk’ Youth

Date(s): 
Wed, 05/28/2014 - 09:30

Free one-day training for service providers working with youth 

in Toronto’s northwest communities. Participants will receive a 

certificate of attendance from Toronto Public Health. 

 

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Natural Approaches to Sexual Health Care

Date(s): 
Wed, 04/30/2014 - 09:30 to 12:00

Increasingly, clients in the healthcare system are asking about more natural and holistic ways to care for themselves.  Progressive physicians are also turning to a combination of medical and natural approaches to improve client health and well-being. So, what does this look like in this realm of sexual health?  

Please join us for a presentation by: Renee Pilgrim, R.Ac, R.TCMP & Dr. Linda L. Brown, B.A., ND, R.BIE
 

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Talk to Youth Now (TTYN) Mental Health Peer Support

Date(s): 
Wed, 04/16/2014 - 17:30

Talk to Youth Now (TTYN) recognizes the benefits of gathering with other people who have had similar experiences. This is a friendly, non-judgmental space where you can express yourself among your peers. It is open to all those who have experienced any type of mental health related challenge who are looking for a space to feel listened to and supported.

What can you expect?

Information about community resources

Ideas about accessing employment and education supports

Contact name: 
Tamara Daniel

Natural Approaches to sexual healthcare - free workshop

Date(s): 
Sat, 04/12/2014 - 09:30

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
& Natural Approaches to Sexual Healthcare

a panel discussion

 Increasingly, clients in the healthcare system are asking about more natural and holistic ways to care for themselves.  Progressive physicians are also turning to a combination of medical and natural approaches to improve client health and well-being. So, what does this look like in this realm of sexual health
 

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Healthy Lifestyle Discussions for Black Youth

Are you between ages 16 and 25 years?

Do you identify with the Black, Caribbean, African communities?

Do you want to learn more about healthy lifestyle?

Join our Healthy Lifestyle Discussion Group.  It’s FREE & CONFIDENTIAL

 

When:             Wednesday, April 30 2014 ( 5:30PM-7:30PM )

Where:            160 Traders Blvd. E. Unit 1., Mississauga (close to Hurontario and Britannia)

Who:               Black Youth aged between 16 and 25 years living in the region of Peel

 

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New Website for Canadian Mental Health Association - Peel

The Canadian Mental Health Association – Peel Branchhas a new website!

 The new website features improved navigation, making it easier to find mental health and addictions information, connect with us, and discover more about our programs and services. News, events and trainings are also featured and can be accessed from our homepage.

 

Girls 10 Week Food, Youth and Health Project!

Please see the attached document! Jain and Finch girls program, a time to get together with other girls and share food and community!

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2015 Toronto Pan Am Games | Volunteer Ambassador (Register Online)

Employer: 
The Peer Project | Youth Assisting Youth
Start date: 
Sat, 03/22/2014 - 10:00
Position type: 
Volunteer
Application deadline: 
Monday, June 02, 2014
Contact name: 
Chuck Okonkwo

Online Registration link: http://playingforkeeps.ca/registration The Peer Project | Youth Assisting Youth video The Peer Project | Youth Assisting Youth, a United Way member agency, is a non-profit charitable organization that provides mentoring and tutoring services for newcomer and at risk youth 6 - 15 years old.

FREE community screenings at Scadding Court Community Centre: The Colour of Beauty

Date(s): 
Thu, 02/20/2014 - 18:00

Join us at Scadding Court Community Centre as we celebrate Black History Month with free community screenings and food every Thursday night.

This week we tackle the topic of the colour of beauty with a series of short films that explore the opinions on the definition of black beauty in the fashion world, society and amongst the black community.

Following the first screening youth group The Leading Ladies will hold a discussion covering topics showcased in the film and how to create more awareness about the challenges that face young women of colour.

"Her Life Her Canvas" Expressive Art Healing Program in Brampton & Mississaug​a

Interim Place's is hosting "Her Art, Her Canvas: Survivors supporting Survivors", which is an 8 week series which provides women who are survivors of violence (any type) to come together in a safe space to mutually support one another and heal through art.

Some of the art types include painting, dancing and drumming.

There is no cost to this program, it is FREE, however spots are limited.

Please contact Siobhan Laverdiere to register:

Tel: 416- 526-4841 or Email: siobhan@interimplace.com

 

 

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