Totem Poles document stories, they share the history and events of an individual, a family or a Nation. They share territorial rights, songs... More Info >
INDIGENOUS CURRENT EVENTS
Open to all!
See art, culture, news stories, and politics through an Indigenous lens.
Thursdays via Zoom 9:30am to... More Info >
Welcoming our First Nation, Metis and Inuit (FNMI) Community to connect through Culture, Stories and Experiences.
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Indigenous men and young men are invited to learn songs on the Odaywaygun (Anishinaabe Big Drum).
The creation of this Community Drum was taught... More Info >
This free service is available to individuals in need of government issued identification (birth certificate only), and are on financial assistance... More Info >
Join us Thursdays!
Do your laundry and enjoy lunch for free! Get connected to community resources and learn about health and well being... More Info >
Join our Book Club for young adults 2SLGBTQI (16 to 21 years old). We will supply a free Book to each participant and some thought-provoking... More Info >
For youth ages 14 to 18 years old. We will provide a free Book and meet via Zoom to go over a book review The Book Club will meet in-person at our... More Info >
We support youth in connecting to programs and services in their
communities, such as:
• Education Follow us:
• Housing @yow_carea... More Info >
Connect with our Early Years Health Promoter
for support with healthy child development, meeting developmental milestones, parenting support... More Info >
For children 3-6 years old and their parent/caregiver.
Participate in fun, engaging activities aimed at promoting positive mental health in your... More Info >
Children 2 – 6 years of age will be provided food and materials that will allow them to participate in this virtual, interactive program.
Call... More Info >
Some activities for you to do at home! More Info >
For children 2 to 6 years of age and their caregiver.
Children will be given
materials to make handmade gifts to keep for themselves or give away! More Info >
For children 2-6 years old and their caregiver.
Join us for songs, stories, movement activities, games and more!
To register or for more... More Info >
The Durham Counselling Walk-in Clinic is open for virtual appointments only at this time.
The clinic is a free, confidential counselling walk-in... More Info >
A weekly virtual prenatal/postnatal nutrition program for young women 26 years of age and under who are pregnant (and following birth until their... More Info >
Providing our clients with access to fresh produce bi weekly and dry goods box on a weekly basis. You must be a registered, active and qualified... More Info >
On Dec 21 2020 the provincial government announced an investment of $12.5 million towards a High Priority Communities Strategy (HPCS) which is... More Info >
A local group of faith communities and social service agencies have partnered together to launch the Spirit of Service Sponsorship Program. This... More Info >
Introduction to Welcoming Streets
In alignment with Durham Region’s Street Outreach Strategy, our Welcoming Streets Case Managers, use housing... More Info >
Want to learn strategies to better manage stress and deal with problems and difficult feelings?
Join this free, 7 week group for teens age 15-18.
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