If you are looking for some help within Peel Region, here are some of the trusted organizations Good Movement has contact with.
United Way of Peel Region works to support lasting change within the community. To achieve that goal, we must not only meet the immediate needs of our vulnerable and at-risk residents, we must tackle the root causes of the problem. We examine the causes of social problems such as poverty, discrimination, family violence, and isolation and work with our community to develop and implement solutions.
Learn more about the United Way of Peel Region at: www.unitedwaypeel.org
I need help listings Click here for a list of the most frequently requested services the Region of Peel provides to individuals and families.
Street Helpline Peel at 1-877-848-8481
Mobile street outreach services can visit an individual in need
on the street. Call Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
After hours Crisis Help: 905-272-7061
Call if you have an emergency situation and are in immediate need of hostel placement, food, or medication.
Our Place Peel is a registered non-profit agency providing shelter, support and hope for homeless and disadvantaged youth aged 16 – 21 in the Region of Peel. Through our emergency shelter, resource room and community outreach services, we empower youth to take control of their lives, break harmful patterns, and make a healthy, new start.
Learn more at www.ourplacepeel.org
PYV provides safe, stable, transitional housing and support services for youth, 16 to 30 years of age. As many as 48 youth occupy PYV with support from staff who are onsite 24-7, 365 days a year.
PYV offers recreation and leisure activities to residents and the surrounding Acorn community, and as well as access to Region of Peel health and employment services.
For more information about Peel Youth Village and their list of comprehensive services, visit Peel Youth Village.
Rapport Youth & Family Services is a non-profit social service organization that provides counselling and related support services to youth in Peel Region. We provide services for young people between the ages of 12 and 20 who are experiencing personal, social or family problems.
For more information, visit www.rapportyouth.com
The Dam is a non-profit organization that gives hope and help to youth and young moms. The Dam is a community for youth and young moms that offers love, respect and dignity for all. Through the relationships we form with young people, we develop, assist and mentor them on their journey toward their full potential. We believe that building strong and healthy lives is the best way to prevent future crises.
Please visit www.thedam.org for more information.
Nexus Youth Centre
Are you interested in hanging out with other youth or getting some information that can help you find a job, get new skills, or go back to school? You should come to Nexus Youth Centre.
You can come to the centre if:
The centre is on the 2nd Floor of the Mississauga Central Library. We are open:
Read more about Nexus here.