Youth @ Access Alliance | Access Alliance

By: Access Alliance  09-12-2011
Keywords: health care, Primary Health Care

Access Alliance offers a variety of programs and services to meet the needs of refugee and immigrant youth 13-24 years old. These services range from primary health care to one-on-one counseling, peer mentorship, social and life skills workshops, educational sessions, arts, cultural and recreational projects. Through our fun, safe and engaging programming, Youth at Access Alliance aims to create supportive environments where youth can volunteer, gain new experiences and skills, receive support with settlement, create meaningful relationships and be engaged in their communities.


Youth at Access Alliance offers:

  • Weekly Youth Drop in
  • Young Women’s Program
  • Homework support
  • English Conversation Circles
  • Educational Workshops
  • Arts-based programs (theatre, drama, crafts)
  • Monthly Fieldtrips
  • Programs for LGBTQ newcomer youth
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Internet, fax, printing
  • One on one support

All youth programs and services are free and are offered out of our AccessPoint on Danforth location in east Toronto and our AccessPoint on Jane location in west Toronto.

We look forward to seeing you!

Keywords: health care, Primary Health Care

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