Click on the headings below to get help if you are new to Canada:
The services below can help you register for government services like health cards and other immigration papers. They also help you fill out forms, find housing, learn a new language or adjust to life here.
Follow this link to find a list of settlement agencies that will help you fill out paperwork and adapt to life in Canada.
This service can help you with immigration, finances, health, job and housing applications. They also have as a Second Language (ESL) courses.
Call: (416) 363-1066
This service has orientation, information, interpretation and translation, counselling, peer-support and employment services if you are a refugee who has survived torture and maltreatment and is looking to build a new life here.
Click on any of the points below to learn:
They offer counselling, mental health services and group therapy if you are a recent immigrant or a disadvantaged adult.
This service has programs to help you prepare for and find a job and can also help you look at ways and resources to explore new career choices
Call: (416) 285-8070 (Toronto or York Region only)
They help with housing and counselling for people with:
*You may be added to a wait list.
Call: 1-800-668-8258 from Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
If you have a low-income and legal issues related to domestic violence, family, immigration and refugee, criminal and poverty.
Follow this link for easy-to-read information when you are an immigrant to Canada
This website is meant as a guide to services offered outside of Unity Health Toronto. The services are not associated with the network.